"Sweat, heat, humidity and transfer proof for up to 25 hours. Enriched with a revitalizing Mineral Complex andd moisturizing Aqua Primer. Skin feels energized and hydrated all day." That's what it says on the back of the bottle. I like long lasting foundations so this sounds good to me!
My skin cleansed and moisturized before foundation. I have fairly large pores and a little bit of redness. If anyone was wondering what skin type I am, I have very dry sensitive skin (with eczema (~_~) ) and a slightly oily t-zone.
After foundation. Where are my pores :o ?!
Normal distance, front view. I tried to keep a "normal" expression...I felt like I was taking a passport picture lolol. On the left I have foundation, on the right I'm make up free. As you can see the left side is a lot more flawless and even than the right. I bought this foundation around spring/summer time last year and it was too light for me back then. I'm slightly paler now since we're in winter and it's a pretty damn good match for my skin colour at the moment!
So to simplify things and some extra good points...
~ Natural medium coverage
~ Evens my skin tone
~ Minimizes pores
~ Feels light on the skin
~ Doesn't dry my skin
~ Has a pump
~ Cheap (costing at £7 original price)
And now somethings I haven't mentioned yet, the bad points...
~ Dries to a tacky finish so powdering is a must
~ Melts a little towards the end of the day
~ Nose is sort of shiny at the end of the day
~ Looks better with a primer eventhough it claims to have an "Aqua Primer"
All in all, this is a pretty good foundation and I think it's worth the money! The only problem is that it doesn't stay perfect looking at the end of a day but then most foundations don't either; it doesn't look a horrible mess so I don't really mind. I recommend using a primer with this (and any foundation really) because I really do believe they improve things on the whole. So the important questions: would I repurchase and/or recommend it? Yes and yes!
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