Maybelline Fit Me Foundation
This lightweight foundation mattifies and refines pores and leaves a natural, seamless finish. Ideal for normal to oily skin, our exclusive matte foundation formula features micro-powders to control shine and blur pores. Pore minimizing foundation. Dermatologist tested. Allergy tested. Non-comedogenic. Apply foundation onto skin and blend with fingertips or an applicator. Price $7.99
AQUA / WATER / EAU CYCLOHEXASILOXANE NYLON-12 ISODODECANE ALCOHOL DENAT. CYCLOPENTASILOXANE PEG-10 DIMETHICONE CETYL PEG/PPG-10/1 DIMETHICONE PEG-20 POLYGLYCERYL-4 ISOSTEARATE DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORITE PHENOXYETHANOL MAGNESIUM SULFATE DISODIUM STEAROYL GLUTAMATE HDI/TRIMETHYLOL HEXYLLACTONE CROSSPOLYM
The foundation came in a glass bottle and does not have any applicator to dispense the product. Similar to the Loreal Truematch foundations. It contained 30 ml or 1 fl. oz.
Very runny. I had to pour out the foundation from the bottle. It had a “demi-matte” finish where it appears to be matte but transfers. Selected the shade 220 or natural beige for my warm and yellow undertone. To blend the foundation, I prefer a sponge applicator.
Okay, I have oily to combination skin and this foundation claims to keep your oil glands at bay while blurring out pores for a seamless and powder finish. Whoa! So I just had to test it out to see it for myself. After cleansing and moisturizing my face, I went ahead to my foundation routine. As you can see, I had a dry patches, blemish and some dry spots on my face. The foundation had a light to medium coverage, the red spots on my face were covered but some hyperpigmentations were still visible. The foundation was easy to blend with a sponge applicator. I did set my face with a translucent powder despite the foundation claiming to have a powder finish. The finish of the foundation by the way was power and “velvety”but not entirely matte.
In a nutshell, it was not flash photo friendly and the foundation appears like a second layer of skin in natural lighting. The foundation did oxidize after a few minutes on my face so going a shade lighter would be recommended. After 8 hours, my face started oiling up especially on my T-zone and the foundation started fading as well. I didn’t understand the matte and poreless claim since the foundation did not have a matte finish and my pores were still visible throughout the day. Initially it was matte especially when I set my whole makeup with powder but it did not last. Coverage wise, I think this was more on the light coverage than medium which was expected with very “runny” type of consistency in foundations.
What I like:
-Great shade selection
What I don’t like:
– Not poreless and not matte at all
-No product dispenser
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