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Monday, February 3, 2014

Makeup Wars: Favorite Foundations


This week on Makeup Wars, we are dishing on our favorite foundations! Like clothing or eyeshadow, different situations call for different foundations - here are my top picks and why I love them!

Most Flawless: Dior Airflash Foundation
To get as close to airbrushed skin as possible without actually investing in an airbrush system, this foundation is the way to go. That being said, at $62 it's still a slight investment. But for a finish that looks and feels like second skin with flawless coverage that doesn't budge until you need it to, this is the foundation for you!

Most Versatile: CoverGirl TruBlend Liquid Makeup
Lately, I've been loving CoverGirl's newly reformulated TruBlend Liquid Makeup. The lightweight, moisturizing texture allows for buildable coverage to get anything from a sheer, natural look, to a heavier coverage that still has a glow.

Most Matte: MAKE UP FOR EVER Mat Velvet+
For a foundation with a soft matte finish that keeps from getting cakey, MAKE UP FOR EVER's Mat Velvet+ is a must-have It provides full, flawless coverage, but still feels lightweight and stays matte throughout the day.

Most all-around: Revlon Colorstay Whipped Foundation
When in doubt, this is always my go-to! Regardless of the state of my skin or the weather, I can always count on flawless full coverage wear that lasts throughout the day. With nothing particularly notable about the finish, Revlon's Colorstay Whipped Foundation acts as a great base to any look.

Most minimal: It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye
On days when I'm in a rush, or just want a more natural look, I just reach for a concealer to touch up problem areas. It Cosmetics Bye Bye Undereye is my favorite for it's formula that's moisturizing and full coverage, but still manages to avoid creasing.

What are your favorite foundations?

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