Hello mugs, I’m looking for a good full coverage foundation that would work for the summer time. I don’t
want it to be to heavy on my face. I would also like to keep the price down but if that’s not possible
then I can sacrifice on that. I am also a dark skin person so a good color rang would be a must.
Someone please help :]
Normally I use Mac Studio Sculpt(NW 43), but its no good for the summer. Last summer I was using Clinique Perfectly Real (about 25$) in shade 45. This summer Im actually really liking the Maybelline Fit Me foundation(8-12$). I would definitely suggest going to Ulta (if there is one near you) so you can actually test the color. 350 works really well for me, I also like the powder that comes with it.
I wouldn’t call Fit Me full coverage, personally. More like medium-buildable coverage. I think, drugstore-wise, Revlon Colorstay has a fuller coverage.
Meanwhile, maybe try a cream foundation? Creams tend to have more coverage than liquids, and you can always sheer them out if you want less. Something like MAC Studio Tech (very good range for darker skins; $28, I believe), maybe? Or something like Graftobian’s Creme Foundation (you can get a palette of five colours for about $20, good if you need to mix two colours together to get your perfect shade)?
Thanks for both opinions. I’ve already tried out Fit Me and I didn’t like, it felt it oily on my skin. I’ve heard a
bit about cream foundations and I think I might give them a try so thank you for suggesting a few.
Estee Lauder Double Wear is by far the best foundation I’ve ever used – I get an oily T-zone with most makeup and I don’t even need to use powder with DW and it lasts all day and then some. It is on the pricier side but I really think it’s worth it, the coverage is great and it just makes my skin look glowy and flawless. Estee also does a mattifying primer which I use with oilier foundations and it soaks up all the oil and fills in pores so that might be something to try if you still find you get oily no matter what foundation you use
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