Well, I did it again. I didn't even check the ingredients - there's a lot of silicones in there (can you say 'contact dermatitis'?). Oh well. The sales pitch is;
This will be Your ONE Foundation. ONE shade for everyone. Using revolutionary fusion technology The ONE Foundation adapts to your skin tone and texture to give a flawless finish. Due to it's liquid formula, it is easily build-able and applied The ONE Foundation gives full coverage resulting in a matte finish. Available in 16 shades to suit every skin tone.
A big promise for a small bottle :) Now to the shade selection. There are 16 shades but there isn't very good shade descriptors on the website. I had to Google a lot to find decent swatches of the shades - I figured out I might be between Shade 5 (which I got) and Shade 7, but not as yellow based as Shade 6. It blends really well with my skin tone. The colour won't be any good once spring's over but then I can always move up in the shades. There are 16 shades to choose from and I would definitely advise Googling swatches.
|Shade 5 - straight out of the bottle|
|Shade 5 - lightly blended with fingers|
Definitely worth the money if you are a younger beauty that is looking for a light to medium coverage with a satin finish! This is touted as a dupe for MAC Face and Body Foundation - it's been a while since I used that but I would say that from memory it seems very similar. As I am past the 20-somethings now and require a bit more of a dewy finish most days to radiate, I may not buy this again but it's definitely worth trying for the price and will be great for occasional wear when I want something more matte!
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Available in some Superdrug stores, but best bet is the Makeup Revolution website
Medium - coverage given as 'full', however I would say it only stretches to Medium.
This product comes in 16 different shades!
|Obligatory 'foundation wearing' selfie - please do not judge the post-surgery/vicious cold eye bags! :O|
And also I am 'old' and still don't really know how to do selfies...