Saturday, 5 May 2012


Just to start, if you're wondering, there WILL be some more reviews soon but I'm wondering which to do first (if you would like youu can vote in my last post:))
So.... I have been researching for sooo long probably almost a month:o and I still can't decide which foundation to purchase:S There's 4 I have been researching;
Max Factor Xperience
Revlon Photoready
Revlon Colorstay
L'oreal True Match

I have read many reviews and watched videos about all of these products but there have been soo many mixed reviews of all of them like "AMAZING!!" "Really good - comparable to high end" or "This is rubbish - don't buy it!" I have my celebration evening when we leave school (finally! the end of yr11!) at the end of this month and my current foundation (Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid) is running out too so I need a new one soon:)

Please leave a comment on this post if you have had any experiences with these foundations and/or which one you would recommend:)

I appreciate all the help you lot can give me and I can't wait to read what you guys think because I need to buy one hopefully in the need week:)

See you later hunnies:)


  1. Hi Molly :-) Thanks for the comment on my blog, I hope you found the review useful!
    I will compile a list of blog links later on and add yours to my blog if you like?

    There is a new post up now on a B.B Cream so hopefully you'll find that as useful as you did the Rimmel Perfect & Pro review :-).

    1. you're welcome:) and yes that would be great thankyouu!!:)

      I'll take a look at your new post:) maybe we could follow each others blogs?:)

  2. Hey :)
    I can tell you something about L'Oreal True Match, I am not using it, but my mom does. She has very sensitive combination skin and this foundation looks so good on her, not cakey at all.Plus it did NOT break her out and she is using it for a long time. It lasts on her face around 4-5 hours without fading, but she is not setting it with any power(probably with powder will last more). I tried to use it once to see how it is, but on that time my face was dried and it didn't look too nice.
    I suppose, if you have oily/combination skin, this might work for you.
    Hopefully, this helps :)

    1. Thankyouu Cristina! I really think I'm going to try this soon:) I tried my e.l.f. foundation again today with a different brush and technique and loved it a LOT more than I originally did but I don't think it will be good enough for 2 events within a month of each other especially at posh places haha:) xx


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