I have heard so much hype about the Toofaced Born This Way foundation so couldn’t wait to try it! I’m never usually one for trying new foundations as I do like to stick to the ones that I love and especially since I find it so hard to find the perfect shade of foundation for my skin but out of all of my foundations I don’t have a full coverage one.
I first found out about the born this way foundation from watching Shani Grimmond on youtube as she claims this as one of her holy grail foundations and if you don’t already watch her videos you should because she’s not only beautiful and good at make up she’s also hilarious to watch too. Anyway, after seeing how amazing it looks on her I knew I just had to try it!
When purchasing I went for the shade warm beige which is the same shade as Shani because I figured my tan would be as dark as hers when I self tan. Truth be told, the shade matched perfectly to my tan when I first applied it which I was delighted about because there is nothing worse than having your foundation a shade lighter than your neck!
So now for foundation details!
Even though it is full coverage I was surprised at the fact that it is a light fluid type foundation and because of this it blends so easily and doesn’t look cakey at all! What I love most about it is that it doesn’t feel heavy on the skin which is something I always look for in a foundation.
Did it Last?
Literally stayed on me all night! Lets just say I woke up the morning after going out and I could of easily had gone out again with the same make up on but I didn’t because I’d just feel disgusting if I did that lol. This really is full coverage as it didn’t budge at all and didn’t go patchy.
Personally, I feel that it does a great job at covering up the odd spot I would have and even though I don’t have freckles on my face I definitely think this foundation would cover them up if I had any.
In saying that the tool is key in determining how full coverage you want your foundation to be. For full coverage I would use the Sigma Flat Kabuki Brush and for medium to full coverage I would use a Beauty Blender.
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