Max Factor Mastertouch Concealer is a miracle product to give you the expert touch of a professional make-up artist. Light-diffusing formula and skin smoothing applicator ensure our concealer blends seamlessly into your skin.
I brought this in my Amazon Mini Haul. If you haven’t checked out the make up that Amazon does I recommend it. You might be surprised! They beat some high street prices. I brought this to use under my eyes and the odd blemish I get.
One thing I do agree with is that it blends well. But to be honest, it doesn’t last all that long. I had to twist the bottom so many times before anything came out which proves that you don’t get much for your money. I had to keep reapplying every two hours. The formula is too watery for my liking too so doesn’t give much coverage.
I’m really dissapointing with this. Usually I love everything Max Factor and you can never go wrong with them in my eyes, but this I have gone wrong with. It doesn’t last long enough for the price you pay. I’ve used really cheap products that have lasted longer then this. You can’t get a good coverage because the product is watery which is probably why it blends well because there isn’t much to it. It also runs out quickly. It didn’t feel like I had it all that long and it run out. Would I buy this again? No.
Have you tried this product? What did you think? Any concealers your loving at the moment? Let me know!
Face Finity All Day Flawless 3 in 1 foundation holds like a primer, corrects like a concealer with the long lasting finish of a liquid foundation with SPF 20.
Good evening my lovelies! I couldn’t wait to post this because I know how many of you are waiting to hear how I got on! So here it is… Recently I’ve been using No7 Beautifully Matte foundation. I’ve been enjoying it but I’ve felt like a change. So I popped into superdrug and picked this up. The thing that attracted me to it was the 3 In 1 aspect. Anything that works on 3 common problems is good in my book. I’ve heard good things and not so good things about this foundation so I thought I would put it to the test myself.
First off, I’m used to the full coverage of my No7 foundation. So when I tried it on my face at first I thought this was going to be too thin for what I like. I was surprised that it builds up nicely. Usually when a foundation is a medium coverage, it feels like I’m wearing a mask because I’m trying to build it up. But I was delighted that it felt light on my face. It’s setting time is pretty average so you have time to blend. The finish I was most shocked about. It was Matte! Usually when I buy a Matte foundation 9/10 times its not that matte. I usually look in the mirror half way through my shift at work and I can see a sheen on my nose, forehead and chin where i can see my foundation has moved. Not today! Although I did have tiny marks in my expression lines, it was no where near as bad as it used to be! I got a bit hot half way through the day and I could feel my face sweating a little. Didn’t effect my foundation at all. My skin felt silky smooth all day. It also did a good job on the one spot I have at the moment on my nose. The pump, by the way, has this brilliant close-open option so fear not when you lose or break the main plastic cap!
The primer-concealer-foundation combination of this product is no joke. It does what it says on the tin so it’s perfect for people prone to oily/spotty skin. To those who have dry skin, I wouldn’t recommend using this as it will emphasise dry patches, but this is perfect for those who have normal to combination and oily skin. The only bad thing about this product is the lack of shades. If you have pale skin, my choice was light ivory 40 which suited me just fine. It doesn’t cake, streak or fade. I was very impressed with how fresh I looked throughout the day. The high SPF is a major selling point for me too. This foundation retails at 11.99 so if you are still looking for a solid affordable foundation, you can definitely try Max Factors All-Day Flawless 3 in 1.