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on 10/1/2015 8:06:00 AM
More reviews by samdarnley
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
You can purchase this foundation as a pro size (20mL and plastic container) or normal size (30mL and glass container). They both have pumps which is always a plus. The foundation has quite a liquid-y consistency, but don't be fooled, it is gives you more coverage than you would think. The great thing about this foundation, is it is so easy to build from a very light coverage to moderately heavy coverage with out caking. The reason this is, is because it is silicone based. Silicone based foundations are great but you have to know what products are compatible with it otherwise it will not work in your favour. Make sure you use a silicone based concealer with it (example- makeup forever full coverage concealer) if you are blending the two together so they mix seamlessly. And DO NOT use a primer, even if it is silicone based, it will not work, stick with a moisturiser before use. If you won't want to buy it because you feel like you need a primer with every foundation you use, you could say this has an 'inbuilt primer' in it because it is silicone based and it will last for the whole day. I read some people were upset because it leaves an oily or too dewy look on the skin. This foundation I find is ok on all skin types, you just have to set it! Even just set it with a powder in the t-zone to avoid that oily shine but keep the rest of your skin dewy. It truly is a great foundation that you can easily keep light or amp up.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 9/11/2015 10:19:00 PM
More reviews by mjlk101
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I had high hopes for this foundation based on the positive reviews I read here but alas it didn't meet my expectations. I bought the sample size Ultra Foundation in No 5.
Day 1: I applied Cerave body lotion on my face as my moisturizer then I used a stippling brush to apply the foundation (which btw is runny). It felt soft on my skin but I found it made my face look oily - maybe some would call it dewy but not me. By hour 4, my face was shiny I actually had to use the washroom and use a papertowel to wipe the oil off my face. (I dont usually wear make up so I had no face powder or blotting paper/tissue). I decided to give this foundation another try by changing my application technique.
Day 2: I applied Cerave to half of my face only then applied foundation on my entire face using a natural sponge. The appearance and texture was only slightly better. I still had oily face by hour 4.
I will keep trying different application methods and maybe put a translucent powder to set the foundation next time.
I should also note that my face turned a little bit darker within a few hours of putting the foundation on. At least it wasnt orange lol. Maybe this will be better in the winter when my face is drier. For reference I am combo skin - oily on tzone but have dry cheeks.
on 8/17/2015 7:12:00 PM
More reviews by Makeupbycrishelle
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
This is the best foundation I've ever used! No primer needed, it stays on all day (lasted me 13 hours before I removed it) and it looks so natural! The best quality I love is that it isn't heavy at all! It gives that fresh dewy look and you don't even need to set it with powder. I would definitely recommend this foundation... Worth every penny!
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 6/23/2015 1:02:00 PM
More reviews by leslie2959
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
I just received my samples and I have to say I'm in love! I have fair, combination skin with large pores around the cheek area. With this makeup my pores look smaller, I don't look oily or dry, and it looks like my skin - not a bunch of makeup. I had this on the other day and actually ran around running errands in this Oklahoma heat and although I broke out in a sweat a couple times, my makeup still looked good even after wiping the sweat away. That's never happened before! I wear a sunscreen underneath, as well as a moisturizer and it doesn't pill up. It layers very well where you need it. I use a setting powder over it (Bare Minerals Perfecting Powder), and it lasts until I take it off at night.I can't wait to order more, and I was glad to see the listings for the two others sights to order from here in the states instead of Canada. I plan on getting the 0++ in order to keep up with my skin getting tanner this summer. What a great idea!The two other places that sell it online in the states are:http://camerareadycosmetics.com/ and http://whiterabbitbeauty.com/.It is not tested on animals - another important plus for me, and it is fragrance free and vegan.Give it a try!
on 3/25/2015 5:29:00 PM
More reviews by ladmin
Skin: Sensitive, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Looks very skinlike on my 52 yo skin. No primer necessary, lasts all day without touch ups. One pump more than completely covers my face, and it's cruelty free!
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 3/25/2015 1:44:00 PM
More reviews by kkuyke01
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
Hands down, the BEST foundation I've ever used!
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 3/22/2015 6:31:00 PM
More reviews by SuziH
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Red, Curly, Medium
I purchased this in the 0.68 oz sizes for $34 each, in two shades: Porcelain & Ivory. I found from the original samples I had ordered that I was able to mix the pefect shade for my pale warm complexion by combining approximately equal amounts of the two lightest shades, Porcelain and Ivory. On Face Atelier's website, they describe Porcelain as a "cool" shade, but it looks pretty neutral to me. Ivory is described as "warm," and I have to agree, it is both warm and yellow. In purchasing the Ultra Foundation, I hoped to use it to cover some areas of hypopigmentation, essentially Leucoderma, along the same lines of vitiligo. It's probably related to my underlying autoimmune disease of Lupus. The rest of my complexion is nice overall, but I have those dreadful white splotches along my cheekbones down to my jawline that look like someone stippled my skin with white paint on a small paint brush. :-(Anyway, I squirt one small dot of each foundation color on a flat foundation brush, and lightly tap the product on the sides of my face, from my cheekbones down to my jawline, where the Leucoderma is present. For the most part, this foundation covers the hypopigmentation and looks basically like my real skin! I'm very pleased with the result. Being the Virgo perfectionist that I am, though, I still go back in with a concealer brush and lightly stipple in some of my Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick in the shade Porcelain. This step further blends in the pale areas, but I could probably get by without it. Because I want to make sure my handiwork stays put from dawn till dusk, I do set it with a powder. I like my Merle Norman Ultra Powder Foundation for this step, in the shade Ultra Fair. On the rest of my face, I usually apply a TM or BB cream, something that won't settle into any fine lines on my 41-year-old face (around my eyes and the nasolabial folds). After all of that work, I dab on a cream blush, usually Ben Nye, and then I set my T-zone with a light-diffusing powder (Nars Crystal or Guerlain Meteorites). After the final powdering, I like a light misting of natural rosewater, and find it brings life back to my skin so I don't appear too powdery. Overall, the Face Atelier Ultra Foundation feels comfortable, and is long-lasting. The silicone base eliminates the need for a primer under it, so that is nice. I've tried wearing it all over my entire face, which is nice if I want to look perfect for an evening out with my husband, but it's just as well for me to only apply it in the aforementioned problem areas so the product will last longer between purchases.All of these cosmetics I've just described comes from the results of A LOT of trial and error, all of which has been quite expensive. In the past, I found that I didn't really care for DermaBlend, because it felt so thick and spackle-like and the colors never really matched my skin. I hope my review can provide insight for others who have hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation to hide.
6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
on 1/18/2015 6:52:00 AM
More reviews by Abbieness
I bought this in zero to use as a corrector for foundation that is too dark. and I am so glad I did! my skin changes color - I am more pale in winter. but I buy ELDW foundation and cant afford to buy a new shade every time my skin changes tone. this is the perfect solution. I mix a dab into my ELDW until the shade matches my coloring and voila I have the right shade of the foundation that I love. I have sensitive acne-prone skin and have not had any issues.
on 1/7/2015 6:30:00 PM
More reviews by 12catcrazy
Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine
I don't understand the big woop about this foundation. It's a nice foundation but expensive for being only 'nice". Let me be upfront and say that I probably have "extreme" foundation needs. I need coverage because I have rosacea and many small broken caps on my face. I'm also at the age where I have the dreaded "fine lines" so I need coverage that doesn't cake or dry out my skin too much. My skin is also very sensitive, so many products break me out. So, I'm asking A LOT of any foundation. My skin is fairly light - I usually take the lightest shade in most foundation lines. With Face Ateiler, I need a mixture of Porcelain and Ivory. Okay, I've found that I need to mix most foundations to get the correct color, but when you're paying $$$ to do so, it's "ouch" time. That being said, my blend matched great and there was no line of demarcation to show where the makeup ended and my nude skin began. Luckily, I bought samples to play with, so no big commitment. I mixed the 2 shades about 50/50 and have applied with my fingers, blending with fingers, and another time with a damp foundation brush. I've had to really build to get coverage and it never gets to the point where it's "heavy". The good of that is my skin doesn't look made-up; the bad is that I'm far from "flawless". I've also found that by the 8 hour mark, I've got patches of makeup fading off and redness coming out. The finish is very nice - very "real skin" looking, a tad matte but not very. It doesn't make my fine lines look really bad, and the makeup feels nice and light on the skin. I've found that it needs to be set with powder or it will transfer very easily. My skin is fairly dry and I can't imagine this lasting on oily skin, but as they say YMMV.All in all, this makeup would be worth a try if you don't need heavy coverage. If you have "average" skin, it would probably work very nicely, but you'll probably have to mix your color as they don't have a huge shade selection. Your skin will look lovely and nobody will know you're wearing makeup. It's currently very cold outside, so I can't judge how this would hold up to heat, humidity, or sweating. Buy samples if you want to try this - it might wind up being your HG, but for me unfortunately, the search continues.
7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
on 12/16/2014 4:31:00 PM
More reviews by SithLady
Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
This is a truly PROFESSIONAL foundation (M.A.C. lemmings, please take note), and there is a reason why authentic professionals keep Ultra Foundation as the kit "must have". It does what it claims to do, beautifully, and makes their jobs much easier.The colours are beautifully calibrated (I wear Porcelain), and the finish is impeccable. Yes, it's very pigmented, and feels thicker initially, but this is because the formulation is silicone (not water) based -- a little goes a long, long way! It glides on, wears for a long time, does not look cakey or mask-like, and suits ALL skin types, including dry and mature. It's goof proof, and as there is no SPF, it's flash photo friendly.Animal friendly, fragrance free, available in two sizes, and you're paying for QUALITY, not marketing or packaging.
8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
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