best foundation I've tried so far
The wide range of shades that Make Up For Ever provides in their foundations is the MOST extraordinary thing about this line. I have never been able to find a foundation that truly matches my skin, but this is perfect. Applied with a Beauty Blender dupe, it looks very natural on my face and reduces redness. The finish is great and it doesn't oxidize on me (and I have very oily skin)! The reason I didn't add that last half a star is because it gets more cakey the more you layer it on, so for me it's really just medium coverage.
- Hunter C.
- 110 Pink Porcelain
I first tried this foundation in January of 2011, and I LOVED it. I admit, at first I hated it for some reason. A good friend of mine highly reccomended it, and when I first tried it out I was dissapointed. But since I had paid so much for it, I stuck to it and kept using it. After the 4th use, I was completely in love. For me, it applies best with a foundation brush or just with your fingers. It gives a flawless finish, and it stays on all day. I always use this with powder since I have oily skin I wouldn't want to take the chance, and in my opinion this product doesn't need a primer.
It's completely worth the money, and it's by far my favorite foundation. I bought my second bottle January 2012, and I still have it one year later. The 30ml lasts a long time and I adore this. Also, an added bonus is it comes with a pump which is extremely handy.
Two thumbs up!
Wasn't for me
A friend highly reccommeded this product to me and I was excited to give it a try. Unfortunately, it didn't work so well with my skin. I tried using a foundation brush, sponge, and my fingers. I found a sponge gave me the best coverage, as the brush seemed streaky and uneven. Once I got it blended well, it did look great. But, a few hours after application, it appeared blotchy, and my blemishes started to peek through. It almost slid right off my face! My friend uses it and her skin always looks flawless, so I am guessing that it just isn't right for my skin type. I do not have oily skin, but I do experience a little bit of acne and some dry patches on my chin and the crease of my nose.
Not worth your money
I bought 10 shades for my kit about 2 years ago and needless to say, I didn't buy them again.
I think the hype around that foundation isn't justified at all.
The undertones are just horrible especially on camera/movies. The darkest shades are way better than the light/medium shades. Shade 120 is very grey/green looking.
The color rage is very good like any MUFE foundations.
If you have very dry skin it's a no-go, same thing for very oily skin. To me that foundation only works on people with normal skin the best.
This is not a full coverage foundation, it is a medium coverage one.
The lasting power is good and the packaging is practical for MUAS.
But overall not worth your money.
I prefer the liquid lift foundation and face & body foundation from MUFE which are amazing.
Never have I liked a Liquid Fondation so much
I've never been much of a liquid foundation person I always thought it felt heavy, looked cakey, and never matched my skin tone right. Then I met MUFE HD Foundation and wow what a difference. This is like no other liquid foundation it feels light on the skin and doesn't cake up. It's very easy to apply and you can build up the coverage you need. This is a keeper!
This is a really great foundation to have on whenever a camera is around. It is really smooth and has a silky finish. It's pretty thick and can get kind of oily in the heat, but it really does an amazing job evening out your skin tone. I also really appreciated that it comes in this pink porcelain color, which works wonders on my red undertones :)
This was my favorite foundation for the longest time! Amazing coverage and it lasts a very long time (and I use it every day). My only problem, and it's a problem I always have with foundations, is that there isn't a shade light enough for me. The Pink Porcelain is very pink too pink for me, as is the shade lighter. And the next shade up is too dark. It's not really noticeable but it is to me.