Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define F
The amount of time I’ve wasted going into Superdrug to try and find this particular shade has been phenomenal.
It’s almost like the space on the shelf was mocking me.
Then I remembered that
It went straight into my basket alongside a few other things from the brand.
But does it live up to the hype?
With regards to the shade I am more than thankful to finally have my face and match my neck. The amount of foundations that I own and still none of them match my skin tone is ridiculous.
I even got to the point where I have bought a pot and mixed all my foundations into one and that’s the closest I’ve in to actually having the foundation to match my skin.
The problem with this is that I will never be able to replicate the exact shade.
F4 however is the perfect match straight from the shelf.
My only issue with the foundation is that it’s very easy to over a ply and look like you are wearing the mask. On more than one occasion now I have noticed fine cracks showing in my foundation when I have over applied.
This is easily solved though by either mixing with a touch of moisturiser or applying a lot lighter than you would usually with other lightweight foundation.
Retailing at around £7 on notino, it is also a lot cheaper than the UK RRP of £9.
Would I purchase this makeup Revolution conceal and define foundation again?
Definitely. As I say it’s the first Foundation I have found a bit I feel matches my skin tone flawlessly.
There are so many shades in the range that everyone is sure to find one to suit their skin tone.
If you’re not ready to change up your foundation yet, then why not try the Make Up Revolution concealers, as they also have an equally as impressive shade range.