Trish McEvoy

Trish McEvoy


Overall rating
4.1
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74%
would repurchase
4.1
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Overall rating
74%
would repurchase

Recent Trish McEvoy Reviews


Correct and Even Portable Foundation
3.0
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25 days ago

Skin background: Oily, acne prone, scarring, sensitive/ reactive, large pores, fair with warm-neutral undertones. 
 OVERALL RATING: 3/5
 COVERAGE: Like the product claims this is more of a light-medium, natural looking coverage. It can definitely be built up to a solid medium coverage but building to full may result in caking.
 FINISH: I love the finish. Exactly what I look for in a foundation- not flat matte but not overly dewy either. TEXTURE: I usually hate stick foundations because they tend to feel too emollient and a bit greasy on my skin. However this one has a much lighter texture and it even sets on its own- powder is not necessary for this even with oily skin. If you have dry skin you may want to stay away from this foundation because I can see it accentuating texture and dryness. 
 SCENT: None
SPF: None
LASTING POWER: This lasts extremely well! Like I said I’m oily, and I have 12 hour days. This lasted through that PLUS being out in the rain. 
SHADES: This is why I can’t give this product a solid 4/5. The shade range is a joke. I’m lucky the lightest shade works for me but all the rest look overtly orange or too peachy toned.
 PRICE: $56 which is a bit steep however it is a luxury brand. DID THIS BREAK ME OUT?: Nope!
 PACKAGING: I feel the product becoming a bit loose in the container which is concerning but other than that I like the sleek silver bottle
WOULD I REPURCHASE?: Maybe!
 FINAL VERDICT: if you like a natural look, have oily skin and can find your shade this is totally worth a try.

Correct and Even Portable Foundation
3.0
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25 days ago

Skin background: Oily, acne prone, scarring, sensitive/ reactive, large pores, fair with warm-neutral undertones. 
 OVERALL RATING: 3/5
 COVERAGE: Like the product claims this is more of a light-medium, natural looking coverage. It can definitely be built up to a solid medium coverage but building to full may result in caking.
 FINISH: I love the finish. Exactly what I look for in a foundation- not flat matte but not overly dewy either. TEXTURE: I usually hate stick foundations because they tend to feel too emollient and a bit greasy on my skin. However this one has a much lighter texture and it even sets on its own- powder is not necessary for this even with oily skin. If you have dry skin you may want to stay away from this foundation because I can see it accentuating texture and dryness. 
 SCENT: None
SPF: None
LASTING POWER: This lasts extremely well! Like I said I’m oily, and I have 12 hour days. This lasted through that PLUS being out in the rain. 
SHADES: This is why I can’t give this product a solid 4/5. The shade range is a joke. I’m lucky the lightest shade works for me but all the rest look overtly orange or too peachy toned.
 PRICE: $56 which is a bit steep however it is a luxury brand. DID THIS BREAK ME OUT?: Nope!
 PACKAGING: I feel the product becoming a bit loose in the container which is concerning but other than that I like the sleek silver bottle
WOULD I REPURCHASE?: Maybe!
 FINAL VERDICT: if you like a natural look, have oily skin and can find your shade this is totally worth a try.

Even Skin Water Foundation
4.0
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a month ago

I have normal to dry, very sensitive rosacean skin that reacts to many ingredients in topical products. This is a lovely foundation with a relatively short ingredient list. The only things I don't like about it are the bizarre packaging and very limited shade range. I happened to get lucky and the lightest shade matches me perfectly since they tweaked it. Early on the lightest shade had a grey cast to it. It comes in a bottle with a doe foot applicator - yuck! Worse than a jar. That aside, it has a lightweight fluid texture, a matte finish, and seems to improve my skin every time I wear it. It's silicone-free and includes a gentle form of vitamin C (MAP). Because my skin is normal-dry and this foundation is matte I don't wear it on an every day basis (in fact I don't wear foundation every day at all), but when I do wear this one it doesn't emphasize fine lines or dryness despite being matte. Ingredients: Coconut Alkanes, Water, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Silica, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Lauroyl Lysine, Calcium Silicate, Glycerin, Lecithin, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Propylene Carbonate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate May Contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI77891)**, Iron Oxides(CI77492), Iron Oxides(CI77491), Iron Oxides(CI77499)

Even Skin Water Foundation
4.0
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a month ago

I have normal to dry, very sensitive rosacean skin that reacts to many ingredients in topical products. This is a lovely foundation with a relatively short ingredient list. The only things I don't like about it are the bizarre packaging and very limited shade range. I happened to get lucky and the lightest shade matches me perfectly since they tweaked it. Early on the lightest shade had a grey cast to it. It comes in a bottle with a doe foot applicator - yuck! Worse than a jar. That aside, it has a lightweight fluid texture, a matte finish, and seems to improve my skin every time I wear it. It's silicone-free and includes a gentle form of vitamin C (MAP). Because my skin is normal-dry and this foundation is matte I don't wear it on an every day basis (in fact I don't wear foundation every day at all), but when I do wear this one it doesn't emphasize fine lines or dryness despite being matte. Ingredients: Coconut Alkanes, Water, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Silica, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Lauroyl Lysine, Calcium Silicate, Glycerin, Lecithin, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Propylene Carbonate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate May Contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI77891)**, Iron Oxides(CI77492), Iron Oxides(CI77491), Iron Oxides(CI77499)