Yup, it’s true! I really can’t stop using it!
As you can see, the foundation totally mimics the color and texture of my skin—only better. It doesn’t look like I’m wearing foundation at all, and the best part is, it looks even better IRL.
I love it! The pigment is perfect, it feels light on my skin, I don’t need to use a lot, and I basically just apply it with my fingers all the time.
TBH, I don’t really prep my skin with primer. I usually just go with my sunscreen or moisturizer and blend the foundation over it. However, when I tried out the MUFE Ultra HD Skin Booster at the launch, I knew that it was something that I’d be adding to my routine. I also think this is part of the reason why the foundation looks so good—especially in photos.
Sometimes, I just use this alone with a little concealer and I’m done! It’s seriously that good, guys. This hydra-plumping serum is the secret of pro makeup artists (it revives tired skin on sets!) and it boosts luminosity of your complexion. They say you can mix a drop of it with your foundation to save a step, but I prefer to apply it directly on my skin. When you really take time to massage it in, it can work wonders.
As you can see, the concealer is a little bit thicker in formulation. The peachy undertones work well to cover your dark circles, but usually, the foundation is enough for me already. The real trick to pulling off your foundation though is to choose the right shade. If you’re clueless about which color to get, don’t worry. The pros at the MUFE boutiques can definitely help you out!
I get it though—these products aren’t exactly cheap. That’s why most of my readers usually ask me which one should they should buy first. In this cay, I’d say start with the foundation! It’s the best. I test fondas all the time and I keep going back to this one. It really gives my skin a gorgeous, long-lasting, and fresh-looking coverage that looks awesome in photos and in real life! Haha! Now if you love the glow or are always tired or puyat, then invest in the Ultra HD Skin Booster also. It’s hydrating (but not really oil-controlling), so get it only if you have dry-ish skin.
What do you think of these makeup goodies? Yay or nay? ♥