Make Up For Ever

Make Up For Ever is a French cosmetics brand owned by LVMH. It was created in 1984 by make-up artist Dany Sanz. LVMH acquired the brand in 1999. Make Up For Ever is distributed in over 60 countries and in more than 2200 points of sale around the world.The company is headquarted in Paris, France.

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451 products

12,218 reviews

65% would repurchase

Recent Make Up For Ever Reviews

Blush -Make Up For Ever - Artist Face Colour S214

on 10/21/2017 7:09:00 PM

I got a small, eye-shadow sized version of this product as a Sephora Points Perk but my rating for price and packaging are based on the full sizes of these products. MUFE considers this colour a sculpting product but no way can it be - it's a deep pink bordering on rose - a great shade for a blush but not something I can see anyone using to sculpt their face. It is a lovely, natural blush shade however, though I don't think I personally would purchase it because I've so many similar colours and have fallen in love with 2 other blushes (Dior Rosy Glow and a Bobbi Brown "bronzer" in Maui). But if you are in the market for a mid-to-deeper toned pink blush with no glitter or sparkle and a nice finish on the face, you can't go wrong with this one.

Powder -Make Up For Ever - Duo Mat Powder foundation Powder

on 10/18/2017 10:19:00 PM


Pros: Offers high coverage for a powder foundation. Of course, as a powder this still doesn't mean it gives high coverage in the way that a liquid foundation would, but for a powder, it's probably one of the highest coverages you're going to get.

Cons: Does not look flattering. It looks very powdery and cakey, even when applied light-handedly. It's like I can literally see the powder on my skin. Not natural at all. Doesn't really do anything in terms of blurring or smoothing out the skin. If anything it makes my textured skin more obvious. It mattes my skin, but doesn't hold oil at bay for long. Maybe 2 hours at best.

Overall: Not worth the high price. I have had drugstore powder foundations that have looked more natural.

Liquid -Make Up For Ever - Ultra HD Foundation

on 10/18/2017 8:50:00 PM


Finish - Natural. Neither too dewy nor matte. It definitely blends well and looks very beautiful.

Coverage- Light-Medium. This would not completely cover acne/hyperpigmentation and dark scars but gives enough of a coverage to even out skin tone and moderately cover acne.

Staying Power- poor. By the end of my 8 hour work-day, this foundation had just faded off my skin, even with a primer underneath. I don't have especially oily skin either. I have combination skin (oily in the t-zone, leans towards dry everywhere else).

Good on acne-prone skin: This foundation didn't break me out or irritate my skin.

Because of the poor staying power, I would not repurchase. I actually just ended up returning mine to Sephora because I found it just too average of a foundation for its hefty price.

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Liquid -Make Up For Ever - Mat Velvet + Matifying Foundation

on 10/18/2017 7:49:00 AM


I have used this product for about three years and absolutely love it! I suffered from pretty severe acne for a few years and this is the only thing that got me out of my house everyday. It has great coverage and the finish is very pretty. It is very buildable so often I would build it up on the acne spots instead of using concealer and it hid them very well. Usually after an 8 hour day I would start to see a little oil coming through my t-zone, but a quick blot and this still looked good through the evening. My skin has recently cleared up so I have switched to a much more sheer foundation, but this is still my go to for a full face night out.

Lipstick -Make Up For Ever - Lipstick (All shades)

on 10/16/2017 3:16:00 PM


I have tried the colour M401, N9, and C211. The bullet shape is excellent for accurately drawing your lips. The colours are very pigmented and creamy. They feel a great combination of secure but comfortable, although they do transfer throughout the day.

I would recommend them, but I don't think they are remarkable enough for me to repurchase in the future.

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