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on 10/5/2004 6:49:00 PM
More reviews by oneofthetriangle
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Changing this again, it clogs pores really really bad. And it wears off too easily.
on 10/3/2004 7:38:00 PM
More reviews by bubblebball15
Skin: Oily, Other, Not Sure
I liked this product, but wasn't crazy about it. It certainly gave my oily skin a matte look all morning, but by early afternoon the foundation started to fade away. It doesn't totally conceal large zits and you really have to be sure to blend at the hairline and jawline or you look fake. The color though, matches perfectly (I'm a Classic Beige in Cool) and if applied in moderacy, it gives me a smooth flawless look. Update This color is actually the wrong shade, I am a bit lighter. This is way to light of a foundation and I like powder much better. This dropped one lippie. continued >>
on 10/1/2004 1:41:00 PM
More reviews by violetsun
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I'm not sure I love this as an all over foundation but I was dumbfounded at how well it smoothed over and set my under eye concealer. One gently swipe is all you need so there is no futzing and fiddling, it didn't smear my concealer. It didn't make it do that strange flaking, balling up caking thing. And it dries to a powdery finish quickly thereby eliminating the need for powder under the eyes. Wow my eyes haven't looked this good in years. As a foundation its a bit dry for my skin but that doesn't matter because the way it works with my concealer makes it PRICELESS.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 9/28/2004 5:54:00 PM
More reviews by aries7426
Skin: Acne-prone, Other, Not Sure
I was really curious about this foundation. Unfortunately after just 3 uses I am going to chuck it. At first it's great. I have never had a foundation truly match my skin. The coverage was grade the shade was great. But within 2 hours my face is like an oil slick. My skin has actually been really dry lately so it doesn't make much sense. Except that like that last L'Oreal foundation I tried , Ideal Balance, this is apparently really oily. Oh and guess what? I have lots of new pimples thanks to this foundation. Too bad, I had high hopes for this one.
on 9/27/2004 11:25:00 AM
More reviews by hopeeee77
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
OMG- I love this foundation. I have been on an endless quest for a decent foundation that covers my rosacea redness, doesn't accentuate dry patches, lasts all day and leaves skin with a natural, flawless and dewy finish. I selected N2 which seems to be an awesome match for me. I had originally chose C3 which was wayyy too dark out in the natural sunlight- saw the jaw "line". Anyway, I highly recommend this foundation. I like it way better than the bottles of Lancome and Clarins. I gave those away- they sucked!
on 9/27/2004 9:45:00 AM
More reviews by tara1218
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
When I can't afford the best foundation I have found (Estee Lauder Ideal Matte), I have found this to be a good substitute. It blends very well, covers but does not feel too thick or cakey. Color is perfect (no neck line). Does not break me out at all. I prefer the slightly better coverage and longer lasting-ness of the EL and also find True Match can be a little tough to wash off, but all in all, a very good, inexpensive drugstore foundation.
on 9/21/2004 7:55:00 PM
More reviews by atomic_girl
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium
True Match is the first foundation I've tried that isn't a full-coverage, matte foundation. I have red acne marks on my face and in the past I've used heavier foundations to cover them up (e.g. Cover Girl Ultimate Finish, Revlon Colorstay). However, I've always been less than pleased with the colours, and for some reason, I have a habit of picking out shades that end up making me look very pale. So, I decided to give True Match a whirl (at $9.99 the price is certainly right), and asked the SA at Shoppers to help me choose a shade. I ended up going with N3 (Natural Buff).This foundation shade does match my skin tone very well, without looking masklike, and it didn't discolour as the day went on. The coverage is fairly sheer, but it still goes a long way in evening out the flaws. Although the foundation did break up a bit due to my oily skin, it still didn't look too bad by the end of the day (I had set it with pressed powder).Overall, I'm fairly pleased with True Match. It's a good foundation for days when I don't want an extremely "made-up" look, and it will probably help me make the transition from heavy matte foundations to more natural-looking makeup products like this one.Edit:I've noticed that although the colour of this foundation looks fine in fluorescent light, it looks a bit off in natural light (it looks too dark and too peach) so I have to knock off a point for that. I might give W2 a try... continued >>
on 9/18/2004 11:11:00 PM
More reviews by hontapocasgreen
Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Well, I'll be the 1st to admit I'm no foundation expert.With that being said, I wasn't about to spend tons of money in a dept. store for a high end foundation because it's something I don't use everyday. Anyway, because L'Oreal had discontinued their Translucide line (the Golden Beige was perfect for me), I had to find a replacement. I loved the fact that I was able to buy samples to experiment on my self to find out what worked best. It was only $2.00 at Rite Aid & came with a $2.00 off coupon in it. I'm of a deeper tone,so I started off with the Level 6 range & the W6-Sun beige was a darn good match. I was in great luck because Walgreens had this BOGOF & I used the coupon & got a pressed powder with it. In all, I paid about 3.75 for it.Packaging is basic. The product itself blends smoothly (I use a make up sponge). I used the sample size for a few days to determine if it cause any adverse skin reactions--none.:-). The only reason why I'm not giving it 5 lippies is because 1) the shade range could be a bit wider on both ends of the spectrum 2) the sample packs could be more widely available. I would've purchased this much sooner if it were. This product has been out on the market since at least the beginning of this year, & I had not seen a trial set until Tuesday of this past week at the Rite Aid down the street from my job. I'm in the drugstores every week so I know when something is new.
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 9/17/2004 9:04:00 PM
More reviews by protobiont
I am a foundation queen (means I'm always on the serach of the perfect foundation. ) This is the BEST drugstore brand foundation I have ever used in my life!!! The coverage is sheer but covers most minor flaws. With a touch of concealer, I think that this can easily compete with MAC and Estee Lauder. I have combo/dry skin with flaky cheeks. This foundation DOES NOT accentuate the dry patches on my cheeks and does not settle in the pores. This is in fact quite a surprise because even for department store foundations,it is not common to come across a foundation with these 2 superior qualities.... This foundation gives you an appearance of healthy skin. The key to get it to work well on you is to find the right shade. I have never seen a foundation that blends so well like this before. No streaks or anything like that..The only drawback is that even in the warm tone shades, the colours are still too peach..not yellow or gold.
on 9/16/2004 4:05:00 PM
More reviews by beckishness
Skin: Very Oily, Other, Not Sure
I bought this hoping that it would be great but it wasn't. The color did match my skin perfectly though...it did not come off at night when I washed my face. It sort of seemed like it was absorbed...it made me break out - badly. I was so upset, I really liked this stuff.
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