Struggling to find that HG foundation is familiar to many. And I'm one of them. It's probably the most important make up item if I hda to choose just one. My skin is oily, red and blemished. I want even coverage and long lasting finish.
Maybelline's Fit Me! products hit our counters couple of weeks ago and I noticed that the lightest foundation shade 110 Porcelain is actually quite pale. (It looks much darker in my picture.) Fit Me! line also includes pressed powders, blushes and concealers.
I bought this foundation before reading any reviews and thought that I've made huge mistake. Many wrote that this doesn't cover anything and melts away. Fortunately that wasn't true on my case. The foundation is quite thin, but I'd say I get medium coverage with it. It doesn't melt away during the day or make my skin look even oilier (but I always put powder on top of my foundations). My face gets a bit shinier than usual through out the day, but nothing too bad. With this and a concealer I get a nice even base. I'm not completely sure if this turns a bit darker on the skin during the day, so you may want to ask for a sample first, if possible. I think this is best for people with normal/combination skin.
Tässä swacth käsivarren iholla. Kuten näkyy, tässä on todella hyvä sävy. Meikkivoide sulautuu melkein täydellisesti omaan ihooni. Mielestäni tämä 110 on aika neutraalin värinen. Ihoni on sävyltään jossain MACin NW/NC10-15 välillä. Tosin punoituksen vuoksi kasvojeni iho näyttää aina tummemmalta.
Here's the foundation swatched on my arm. As you can see it matches my skin tone really well. In my opinion 110 is quite neutral toned. My skintone is somehere between NW/NC10-15. But as my face is always a bit red it makes it look darker.
Tässä vielä INCI. / Here's the INCI.
Here's the foundation on my whole face. Natural light makes me look a bit paler than reality, but asyou can see my face and neck are the same color. I'm also wearing Inglot's Cream Concealer in 60 (light green to cover redness) and Kryolan Translucent Powder TL1. This won't be my new HG, but it's a nice alternative to all my heavier foundations.