Sep 23, 2012
Is MUFE HD worth it? I'm considering buying it. The reviews I've read are pretty mixed. I'm looking for something with buildable coverage that will be nice to my acne prone, sensitive skin but will still look natural.
MUFE HD was the first high end foundation I bought and I really liked it. It offers pretty nice coverage without being heavy. Buy a bottle and see if it'll break you out, if so just return it.
Sep 24, 2012
I feel like it translates well in pictures but not so much for every day wear. I have oily skin though; I felt it made it worse.
I love it however I feel after about an hour it's like it dissolves into my skin or something. I use their primer and love it but the make up just seems to go blotchy on my skin and it horrible for coverage is you have a few big pimples. I mean I love it but I feel like there's better out there
Sep 25, 2012
I love it but I also notice my t zone gets oily n have to touch up but that could be cos I set it with EM JOJOBA FOUNDATION POWDER! Maybe I should get just a normal martyfieng powder any soggestions for tan skin like nc 44.5 skin ?
I have many acne scars on my face, but when I start using Mufe HD all my scars can't be noticed and it really looks natural. In order to keep natural just add some loose powder and setting spray. I really love it~ Totally worth it~ but if you are not sure, just ask for sample in any store that sells Mufe.
Sadie- I really like the ELF HD Powder, which is $6 at Target! Two other great suggestions are Hard Candy's Welcome Matte and Rimmel's Stay Matte, they're translucent but don't give you a strange white cast.
And thanks ladies! I'll have to go get a sample because the curiosity is killing me! I've been seeing a dermatologist so my acne issues are really clearing up, and I just discovered Glamoflage for the occasional spot. I'm really curious. I've been on a "me, but better" kick lately.
Sep 26, 2012
I tried the MUFE HD and was not impressed. Did not work with my combo oily skin. Def not worth the price tag!!! If your going to go for a high end foundation for acne prone skin, I would suggest checking out the Estée Lauder Double Wear foundation. Good luck!!
Get a weeks sample from Sephora and use a sponge to dab on areas where more coverage is needed. This foundation looks great on most skin tones in that it blends into the skin well and doesn't look like caked on makeup
Agree Jude :)
I actually splurged on this items months ago and only used it once on myself and once on my mother. My mother refuse to take off her makeup when I used it on his, it lasted all day and looked natural. I, myself, didn't notice how it reacts to my own skin because I didn't wear it long enough to noticed.
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