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The Battle of the Foundation: Too much to face the "born is like this" and Maybelline's "super keep better skin"

Makeup Maniacs, in order to find my basic holy grail, I recently tried two things that are very similar in consistency and coverage. Let the battle begin…

In the "high end" corner, we launched the recently launched Too Faced product. This foundation is called "born like this." On the day it was launched, I spent $39 to buy one [1] ounce of this medium to full coverage liquid cosmetic. The color I chose is called "warm naked" and it works for me, although I may get darker. Formulated with no oil, this formula contains coconut water, alpine rose and hyaluronic acid, all of which are needed to improve texture and brighten skin tone.

The company claims that this foundation provides medium to full coverage and is undetectable, which will leave the skin naturally radiant. I agree that this is a medium to full coverage, but this is what I agree with. I think it floats on my skin and there is no mixing at all. It also makes my fine lines more eye-catching. It started to look attractive before making a foundation with powdered powder. I am not sure what the deal with these things is, but in my glimpse, this is not worth 39 dollars!

Advantages: It has medium to full coverage and many high quality natural ingredients

Disadvantages: high price, can not mix well, highlight fine lines, skin "appearance", no sun protection factor [SPF]

At the corner of the “pharmacy” is another medium to full coverage of Maybelline. This is called "super keep better skin". In ounces, an ounce made me return to $11.99. My color is natural beige, which perfectly matches me. This foundation is oil-free, has an SPF of 15, and contains Acytl-C, a durable vitamin C [a very powerful antioxidant].

Maybelline claims it's a medium to full coverage, long-lasting foundation that improves the appearance of the skin as you wear it. It can make spots less noticeable, improve dullness and unevenness, and make your skin tone brighter and more even. Personally, I think Maybelline used this product to make a home run! It does provide medium to full coverage, and after a week of use, I feel like my skin has a "brighter" look. It sits so wonderfully on my face, blending like a dream. One of my complaints is that it won't last that long, especially on a hot summer day. If you are exposed to moisture, it tends to slip and often needs to be retouched. However, I think it is definitely worth a try, especially at an affordable price of $11.99!

Advantages: It has medium to full coverage, easy to mix, has a sun protection index, improves skin appearance, affordable price, and contains powerful antioxidants [vitamin C]

Disadvantages: not very good in hot/humid climates

Therefore, it is safe to say that Maybelline will not fight with its greatness, which is the market for all skin types.

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