i normally use Bobbi Brown skin foundation SPF15 warm sand (2.5) and I just got bored of it, not that anything wrong. Then I came across promotion at Superdrug for 7.99, I tried Raw Silk and I fell in a love with it straight away so I bought it. i think it's not bad for drugstore brand. Like others said, normally Max factor foundations have weird orange/pink undertone that don't normally suit my skin tone (pale chinese girl) but this one actually looks ok on me. Packaging-wise, yes it looks really cheap but in a way is easier to squeeze out however much you need, sometimes i found that it's harder to judge using pump especially if the foundation is quite runny, i often pumped out too much.all in all, i would recommend this.
Great lightweight foundation. Cross between foundation and tinted moisturiser
I usually use LM TM and was feeling skint and picked this up. Nasty packaging but goo price and very easy to apply and blend.
Feels weightless on.
The colours are light, and even Raw Silk is a little pale (but the thinness means it's fine) and I'm a pale girl.
This feels weightless indeed, very soft on your skin, blends really well and with ease. The shades, while essentially mostly the same as always, are perhaps very slightly better than the usual orange and pink MF assortment? The coverage is medium to light, so it's easy to get by even if the shade isn't spot on. I got Beige Linen (no. 50) and it works absolutely fine, although it's not perfect. Raw Silk (no. 45) is also not bad for NC20-NC25 winter skin like mine. It does a rather good job of controling oil for combination skin, without being flat or cakey. However, the oil control would be inadequate for warmer weather, I would still have to use MAC Prolongwear or EL Doublewear for the summer.