I don't usually go for a high end foundation if it's not required. I understand that some people think that more $$ means better quality, but in my opinion, I give everything a fair chance and it's safe to say that drugstore brands have outperform the expensive brands over the years.
YSL recently came out with another foundation, the Touche Eclat but I haven't gotten a chance to try it out yet. If you would wish me to compare the 2 foundations please leave a comment down below! :D
As usual, I'm showing you the bare face! hahaha. Lately I have not been much outside so I believe I have lost some of the tan that I gained during the summer. Toronto is also getting very cold now (ugh! hate it!) so I am staying indoors as much as I can.
I applied the fondation with my trusty Sigma F80 Flat top brush. I reallllly need to get a new one! That brush is my fav and always give me a perfect finish!
I went along to put on the rest of my makeup. I did not set this foundation with any powders or setting sprays.
Excuse me with the bad hair. My fringe is growing at this weird length that it keeps falling on my face so I have to pin it back. I went out around Bloor st and my makeup stayed intact for that 3 hours.
We met up with our friends and went to Hapa Izakaya for dinner. My makeup still looks very fresh even though it has been 7 hours. No signs of blush sliding down my cheeks or eyeshadow going under the eyes.
- Light weight
- Medium coverage
- Long lasting (May differ slightly if humidity and temperature is HIGH outside)
- Great colour selection
- I honestly can't think of any!
Thank you for reading and see you soon!