Pretty bad color selection, orange glow after thirty minutes, no coverage no matter how you try to apply it. I don't even have a lot to say about this one, just don't try it! I guess if you have very good skin and are looking for an expensive alternative to a tinted moisturizer this may work for you, but it does oxidize quite a bit so make sure that it still matches throughout the day.
Got to try this at work, not impressed. I was weary of it since any of the other 'airbrush' foundation-in-a-can kind of things tend to oxidize fast.
We used ChinaDoll in B2 and the BM in B1. Initially it looked amazing, totally flawless. About ten minutes later in my car i looked in the mirror and to no surprise it had oxidized. I was orangey. It sucked because it looked so awesome, but alas its no good.
And the $49 price tag, yea ok.
Oh well. Thankfully I was at work so it was free ha
Again, another epic fail from Napoleon Perdis! I got a handful of products from NP over the years, but either were given, or free from Magazines, I've learnt not to buy from NP after the continuos let downs.
My cousin brought this and gave it to me, she said I probably would like it since I love the Sally Hansen and the Dior mist foundation.
My first impression was that it's quiet expensive, but then most cosmetics are expensive nowadays. I wore this on around the house once, cause that how I like to test out my makeup, and my partner had a good laugh!
His comments "you look like a tangerine oompa loompa!', drove me up the wall! Although I dont find it great on your face cause it has a heavy orange undertone, I do think it would work on your body, if only the formulation wasn't rubbish! It just rubs off on everything!
Although I would never wear this product by itself, I love it over another foundation especially on nights out.
This is a spray-on foundation from NP. The coverage of it is very light - ideally, it is for people who already have near-perfect skin. However, a better use for it is to spray it on when you already have other foundation on - i.e. to even out what you have already put on. I find spray-on foundations fiddly to use, and you really do need to have someone else spray it on for you to get an even result. This product is very expensive (i think about AUD $69), so given it is pretty much useless unless your skin is perfect (in which case you wouldnt need foundation anyway), this product, although creates a nice sheen, is a waste of money.