Make Up For Ever

Make Up For Ever is a French cosmetics brand owned by LVMH. It was created in 1984 by make-up artist Dany Sanz. LVMH acquired the brand in 1999. Make Up For Ever is distributed in over 60 countries and in more than 2200 points of sale around the world.The company is headquarted in Paris, France.

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453 products

12,229 reviews

65% would repurchase

Recent Make Up For Ever Reviews

Lipstick -Make Up For Ever -Rouge Artist Intense [all shades]

on 11/16/2017 2:34:00 AM


I have had this lipstick #C11 for a long time but I have only opened it today. It goes on well, and I like the colour but the smell isn't very nice. I will update when more time has passed.

Primer/ Corrector -Make Up For Ever -Step 1 Skin Equalizer - Mattifying Primer

on 11/15/2017 9:29:00 AM


I’m not satisfied with this primer especially considering how much I paid for it. I bought it in Shanghai at MUFE store. I paid $65 for this (yes it’s china original products are overpriced ). I tried out this product in a hot and humid country it did nothing. It was quite embarrassing to mention I was wearing a primer for $65. Used this in a different country ,different climate. Got about the same results. Winter came and tried to put it on. It DID NOTHING EVEN IN WINTER !!!! On my cousins wedding my sister sprayed nyx mattifying spray , and I used the step 1 mattifying primer. We got oily round about the same time. I was disappointed because nyx is a drugstore and mine was high end. Honestly, I would rather just go for nyx mattifying spray. It worked wonders and still works wonders. Definitely won’t be repurchasing 👎🏾. But I’m gonna use it till it’s done. P:S my friend said it was ok for her. I’m not expecting an ok I’m expecting WONDERS!!!

Brows -Make Up For Ever -tinted brow gel

on 11/12/2017 8:21:00 PM

I am 65 and have white hair in my eyebrows that is very difficult to cover. I do tint them occasionally, but it does not last long. I have needed a brow gel that would cover, but since I am a blonde, they are mostly too dark. I think this one has the right amount of coverage, and the color is not too dark, it still needs a little pencil to make it look neat, and to help with shading, but its a start.

Liquid -Make Up For Ever -Ultra HD Foundation


Probably the best foundation I have ever tried. I have tried Estee Lauder, Laura M, Lancome, Bare Minerals, Pur, Dermatologica, Fente, Urban Decay, and much more. Air brushed skin without looking like you have a complete mask on your face. Very natural matte finish. If you like cake face or looking like you have foundation on, then you will absolutely not like this foundation!

Palettes -Make Up For Ever -Pro Scultping Face Palette

on 11/11/2017 4:08:00 AM

The Make Up For Ever sculpting palette is a cream formula consisting of 4 shades: a highlight shade, a contour shade, a shimmer, and a blush color.

1. I like that there are 4 different sets: a light, a medium, a tan, and dark. I ordered the light set. It came with a pale peach based highlight, a medium cool toned contour (online it said it was a grey based brown but its more neutral), a shimmer shade to highlight-the color is a peachy gold, and a cream blush shade in a matte coral.
2. The consistency is nice. It's very emollient and at first I thought it would be too greasy but the non shimmer shades apply matte but the creaminess makes is very easy to blend out which is great for pale skin. I find any cream products that are too stiff on me will just sit in one spot and I can't get a seamless application, I didn't have that problem with these.
3. The shimmer shade and the blush shade are beautiful. I love a matte peach blush and this is super pigmented and looks great on pale skin. The shimmer is light enough to give a gorgeous highlight. I feel like they really thought about pale people and nothing is unwearable in the light palette for me. I love it when I can wear every shade. I wouldn't wear the concealer shade under my eyes because I am pale and I need something a little lighter and it has a little too much peach for me to use under the eye but it's perfect to apply to the chin area and cupids bow and right under the contour on my cheeks to help the contour pop.

1. Although the consistency is very creamy and emollient, I find the contour shade will blend out to nothing if you try and blend it too much. I use the beauty blender and I try to just blend out the edges so I don't lose the color payoff.
2. The contour shade is more neutral brown and I was hoping for more grey undertones to mimic the look of a shadow. I will say, it doesn't look orange on me like a lot of contours can do with pale skin. It's not a huge complaint but I prefer a little more grey but it still works on me.
3. The packaging looks cheap with just a clear plastic lid. It's not a huge deal and at least you can see the colors so it's ok if you own a lot of makeup and you don't want to rummage through a lot of items, it's easy to distinguish the product. Aesthetically, it's no frills. The palette is small and you get 2.5 grams of product in each pan.

Overall, I'm pretty happy with this palette. I wanted a good face contour palette and I think this is a good choice. I like the shade range. We're all different and it's nice there are choices based on your skin tone. I've been using this for a few weeks and so far so good.

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