Sally Hansen • Fast and Flawless Airbrush foundation [DISCONTINUED] • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||58%|
This product has been discontinued
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I bought this because it was on sale and was SO inexpensive (about $5 - Creamy Natural) I thought, "What have I got to lose?". In a nutshell, I LOVE this stuff. It's light, airy, a great shade, and leaves my face with a velvety-smooth finish. I have combination skin and this foundation doesn't aggravate the oily prone areas. A definite keeper! :)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
This was a very lightweight, natural finish. I tried spraying it on my fingers, then applying to my face. That worked great. It also worked to spray directly on my face, and work in with fingers or sponge. Nice scent! Lightly pigmented; it covers with a medium to light coverage. Leaves a dewy, natural finish on my oily, acne-prone skin, but doesn't look greasy! Doesn't dry out my surface, either. Creamy Natural is the color I chose. All in all, I like it! *edited* after 2 weeks, I like it better than any dept store makeup three times the price! It is a major rave!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I was about to replace my CK Sheer foundation this week, but decided to give this a try first. Wow. I found a foundation at the drugstore! And it isn't too yellow, pink, or orange. It is very sheer, and it just passed my rigorous gym test -- okay, so maybe I don't work out THAT hard. But I do and did sweat quite a bit, and my skin still looks great.
At $7.99, you owe it to yourself to try this. My shade was Creamy Natural and I think it would fit all but the fairest of PPP's on through to LLL. I applied it by spraying onto my hand and then swiping it over my face with a palm, but a foundation brush would probably be the best application method for this. MAJOR RAVE. UPDATE: This turned colors on me. I should've updated this a long time ago.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I picked this up at walgreens on sale for around $5. It's a knock off of Era Spray Foundation, $65. It comes in an aerosol can, 1.5 oz. I chose Creamy Natural for my shade (stila c). I spray it directly on my face in two quick zigzag motions and then press it in with a sponge. It covers everything but looks like nothing. It's very buildable, you can spray it in your palm and it will thicken to be a concealer. I'm ditching all my bottles and creams and sticking with this :) **update** it's been getting harder and harder to blend, and I have experienced break outs. sticking to too faced's powder.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Interesting product. This is, as the reviewers below mentioned, a foundation in an aerosol can. I sprayed this in my hand, applied to my face, and found that it was very light and easy to apply. Of course, there's zero chance of contamination, too. This foundation is definitely useful if you don't want to fuss with sponges & such, but you'll have to wash your hands afterwards. I wore this without powder, and this is *not* an oil-control formula, so a fluff of powder is advised for the extra-oily among us. Another curious aspect--I used "No Color", and it worked fine on my NC40+ skin.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I definitely disagree with the other reviewer of Sally Hansen's Fast and Flawless Airbrush Foundation. I do think it's sort of wierd to be asked to spray it on your hand instead of directly on your face (for example as ERA airbrush foundation does). I sprayed a small amount into a small glass bowl and then applied it to my face with my foundation brush. For me this is good light foundation that offered coverage but with a very natural look. At a cost of around $8 it is certainly a vast improvement from the $55 I paid for ERA for relatively the same effect. I saw 4 choices of color - I used the second lightest color and it was fine for my fair complexion. I don't think the 4 colors I saw would be helpful for a wide array of complexion colors but maybe they will come out with more colors in the future. I did notice a scent when I first sprayed the foundation but I didn't notice any scent when I applied it to my face.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
It's not airbrush foundation in the sense that you airbrush it on your skin.
Basically all it is, is regular light coverage liquid foundation in a pressurized aeresol can.
It comes in three shades - light, no color (?) and natural beige. I bought natural beige. The directions said to squirt it on my hand and then spread it on my face with my fingertips. I sprayed it on my hand while in my car in the parking lot (ok, I was impatient) and it splattered ALL OVER. Yuck. The actual makeup was sort of too pink toned for me, but felt okay on my face. Nothing remarkable. Basically IMO this is just gimmicky packaging of a random product.
Plus it smells like the car wash. I can't describe it, but if you ever smell it, you will think "OMG! The car wash!" too.