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on 5/30/2015 5:15:00 AM
More reviews by byrdalamode
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine
Literally the worst foundation I've ever tried. One of the lightest colors went on patchy, orange, cakey, and clung to every dry part of my face. As if it could get any worse it oxidized to oompa loompa status. It was an absolutely mess even after immediately applying.
on 5/26/2015 5:26:00 PM
More reviews by skandelouslala
Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Neutral
Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine
I recall being really into the original formulation of this foundation so when I saw a matte version I was excited as my skin has consistently gotten oilier throughout the years. Unfortunately this foundation is just terrible. It is extremely hard to blend from the get go. The formula sets almost immediately upon application meaning you have to blend it super super fast in order to even remotely get decent blendability, however even working quickly it is almost impossible to get even coverage with this foundation.The next issue is that it is so patchy the coverage just clumps in places and fails to deliver a nice smooth even coverage. I've tried mixing this with other products hoping to alleviate some of the dryness of the overall product as it sets but nothing seems to work to alleviate the patchiness of this product. If you do manage to get some type of even coverage the unfortunate fact of this foundation is that oxidizes easily.The plus sides of this product are that it is extremely cheap and the packaging is nice. I've always been a big fan of the spatula applicator inside of this foundation. None of that matters though if the product inside is bad which in this case it is.
on 5/12/2015 3:14:00 PM
More reviews by stephy08
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I love the original formula in clean finish. I bought the matte formula because my skin has started becoming more oily than combo. This is awful! I put it on just to try it, just wore it around the house. While I did stay matte (I used Rimmel stay matte over it like I do with every foundation) it got patchy and oxidized on my cheeks. I wish this one was as good as the original. It's a great price, less than $4 but it's not even worth that.
on 4/23/2015 11:04:00 AM
More reviews by SteelersFan81
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I tried Rimmel's Clean Finish Matte foundation a couple of summers,ago. I like Rimmel's selection of pale shades. Plus, it was about $3 a bottle w/$1 off coupon! I think it's unfair to deeper-skinned or even medium/dark-skinned ladies that their shade range is so limited, though. The packaging is sleek & cute. My shade is #220 Soft Ivory. I think it erases pores really well, feels good on skin, & the spatula is handy. It dries super fast so I have to blend it quickly w/a sponge or fingers. I've never tried a Beauty Blender or brush w/it, so I can't say how well it works w/those tools. It covers my freckles & slight ruddiness well w/out feeling tacky or heavy. It blends more easily w/a primer. It seems to find my dry patches around my nose sometimes but it's not a common occurrence. That's the only dry area on my otherwise oily face. I don't notice oxidation or a lot of coverage breakdown on its own or over primer. It controls oil well better w/primer. On its own it's still a great looking foundation after about 4 hours by my oil peeks through. So it's there but no longer matte. It holds up to blotting sheets w/no transfer! So I just blot & go when I see the oil. The Rimmel Stay Matte powder is great w/this foundation. The bottle's claim of up to 12hour wear is false but I don't mind blotting. I haven't seen this item @ Target but WalMart seems to keep it in stock. I've gone through a whole bottle in 6 months & am still using my 2nd. It's best for spring through late fall for me.
on 3/13/2015 1:07:00 PM
More reviews by MissMaegan
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I've used this foundation for about a year, but I've never been happy with it. As a teenager, I struggled with acne and an empty wallet, and I kept buying this foundation because it was cheap and nonetheless looked better than uncovered break-outs. (Mind you, I was relatively naïve to the world of other foundations, and thought my issues with this foundation were just annoyances I had to put up with using any foundation)(FYI: I start with Equate's All-Day Moisturizer, then ELF's Corrective Yellow Concealer over blemishes and under eye circles, apply with fingers and then 'blend' by stippling with a Total Beauty sponge-on-a-stick tool, and then top with Rimmel's Stay Matte pressed powder.)PROS:~Cheap, cheap, cheap~Product seems to last forever~The spatula is very convenient (sometimes I just shook the bottle, opened it, lifted the spatula and just wiped my fingers on the 'stem' of the spatula rather than the foundation-heavy flat part - this is enough to cover the face)~Feels light, yet has a relatively moderate-to-full coverage~Good color selection, (for fair-to-medium shades - honestly, I never look at the deep end of the spectrum because I'm so fair, so not sure what the darker selection looks like. I use 120 which is a great match for me.)~I have hereditary acne, but never notice that the makeup causes more breakouts.CONS:~IT SEPERATES AND SETTLES AND BECOMES BLOTCHY. This is the only con for me but it negates all of the pros in my opinion. It just becomes so obvious that you're wearing makeup, and it settles in every pore. Honestly, it just makes you look like you have no idea what you're doing with makeup.Luckily, I finally switched to Wet 'n' Wild's Coverall foundation, which, although being slightly more expensive and running out much quicker, is a huge improvement in quality.
on 2/21/2015 10:21:00 AM
More reviews by BelleMamaLeah
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
For me, this was crap. Patchy, color was REALLY strange, poor blend ability, just felt like an incredibly poor quality foundation to me and I only wear drugstore foundations. By the end of a day it was completely gone in parts of my face (yes I used primer and setting powder) After the 3rd try with different techniques (fingers, sponge, brush) I chucked it in disgust.
on 1/26/2015 12:09:00 PM
More reviews by KourtneyBrooke
I'm just now writing this but I tried this two separate times. Two separate years. they just don't make a color light/fair enough for me (at least in the USA) it's as simple as that :(
on 1/21/2015 12:35:00 PM
More reviews by clairedelalune
I was pleasantly surprised with this foundation, since I don't like their BB cream and blush. I've been using it for about three weeks and I think I'm in love.I have combination skin and this gave me no breakout problems whatsoever. I was so impressed that this went out without a shine and gives full, thick coverage. It really does lasts all day, even through my gym workouts. I personally like the smell and the price is hard to beat too. I use a foundation brush instead of the spatula to apply it to avoid a cakey look. However, it dries really fast, so to avoid the cake look, be sure to blend it well with your setting powder.
on 1/10/2015 9:04:00 PM
More reviews by momakar
Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Overall, i think this foundation is a good deal for what you get. This is not a full coverage foundation but if you mostly just need tone-evening, not blemish-covering, it will do the trick. I have very dry skin, so oilyness isn't an issue for me, but this foundation stayed just fine on me all day. That said, possibly due to the matte formulation, the foundation looked cakey on me if I didn't moisturize well. This foundation oxidized a little bit on me but not in a super noticable way so just blend this foundation well into your neck. Basically, this isnt the best foundation ever but it does the job relatively well and for a low price point. Something else to note is that this jar has a little spatula that comes with it to help you spread the foundation on your face. I found this really helpful, especially since the formula dries so quickly.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 1/1/2015 3:09:00 AM
More reviews by kianacarly
Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm
Like most people seemed to do, I bought this because I was out of my regular foundation (Revlon Colorstay Whipped) and this was the cheapest option. I bought it, came home and read the reviews, and was really nervous since it seemed so hit or miss with people. I was also apprehensive to use liquid since I normally use whipped or powder.However, I really liked it! It didn't break me out, didn't oxidize on my face, didn't make me more oily, I couldn't feel it on my face, and the color matched nicely. I guess I work with foundation quickly because I had zero problems trying to blend it in before it dried (I use Monsitat chafing gel as a primer, idk if that makes a difference). My skin is mostly clear right now and I only have light spots I'm trying to cover, so for me the coverage was fine and felt light to medium. I took off one star because it didn't make me totally matte, but I only have to touch up with powder once a day which is normal for me. I also prefer the texture of a bouncy whipped foundation to a liquid, but I'm sure I'll adjust. Honestly there's no big reason for me not to repurchase this foundation and it's great knowing that a cheap alternative exists, especially because this one is less clunky and easier to travel with!
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