Good evening my dears! Thank you for reading. I am ending the day by writing my first foundation review. After making my hand look like a three year olds painting, I chose the shade N4 Beige and it comes in 20 shades. It's a shade too dark for my skin as I use fake tan and I can use it throughout the Summer too.
True match has an SPF of 17. I read somewhere that even when the sun isn't shining, it is recommended that your face has some SPF on it. I have been using it for about a month now and I am very fond of it. I would say the coverage is medium and it's easy to blend in. It lasts for about five hours before it starts to disintegrate which is good for a drugstore foundation. I use a pump and a half at a time, which is enough to cover my face and neck for quite a long time. It's perfect for everyday use however I find it does become quite dry on my nose.
The bottle itself is easy to carry around and the texture is rather thin and resembles a more liquid formula. It blends like a dream and can be built up. I use my real techniques buffing brush to apply this and it gives an even finish with great coverage.
Overall I really like the coverage and the fact it lasts a decent amount of time. The colour range it comes in is varied which allows many of us to use this foundation. For a drugstore foundation, it's priced at £9.99 and I find myself reaching for this more and more.
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