Make Up For Ever Face and Body Liquid Foundation Review

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Make Up For Ever Face and Body Liquid Foundation ($38) The secret is all in this top-selling formula. This waterproof, ultra-light, water-based gel contains no emulsifiers and provides a totally natural, satin finish. Ideal for normal skin-types as well as for fine lines and large pores. Gives skin a uniform tone without accentuating imperfections. A makeup artist’s favorite.

My Thoughts:

Make Up For Ever’s Face and Body Liquid Foundation does a great job of evening out your skintone. The foundation is a water based gel that gives your complexion a glow. Also, the foundation blends very easily to create a flawless finish. The foundation is light and doesn’t provide a lot of coverage, but it does last all day. The coverage reminds me of a tinted moisturizer but slightly heavier. It feels very light and doesn’t accentuate dry spots or flakes. Don’t be alarmed at the weird texture. It’s suppose to look jelly-like. Just shake the bottle and it’s ready to be used.

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Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation Review

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make-up-for-ever-hd-invisible-cover-foundationMake Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation ($40)

HD Invisible Cover Foundation
What it is:
An oil-free medium-to-full-coverage liquid foundation that covers skin imperfections flawlessly while remaining invisible on-screen and in real life.

What it does:
Creates a soft-focus effect, designed to meet the coverage concerns of those in the spotlight. It creates a complexion that looks flawless, even in bright or harsh lighting.

What else you need to know:
This Sephora-exclusive foundation comes in 25 different shades to suit all skintones.

My Thoughts:

I so wanted to love this foundation. I heard such wonderful things about it on Sephora.com also. The main reason why I ended up not liking the foundation was because it caused me to have a major, major breakout. I’ve got pretty sensitive skin, so it could’ve been just me who experienced this.  Also, it settled into my pores and fine lines. From a distance, it looked great. Up close in person, it looks horrible. As my sister told me, “it just looks really heavy and not natural at all.”  However, in photos it looked really good. I mean really good. It’s just not a good everyday foundation unless you get photographed everyday. This HD foundation is also known for oxidizing. Knowing this, I got this in 120 Soft Sand which is a tad lighter than my natural skin color. Even though it would be great to just have this on hand for when I know I will be photographed, the breakouts is just not worth it. Sadly, it went back to Sephora.

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