January 10, 2013

Review: MaxFactor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation

I have been using the MaxFactor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion foundation for quite a while. I remember when my foundation which I brought with me to Latvia finished and I realized it isn't sold here. At first I was panicked, but then I went over to kolonna and just decided to suck it up and look for another one.

If you know me, changing foundation is not really something I like doing because it takes forever to find a tone that is even similar to my skin tone. 3 hours later... I had picked the MaxFactor foundation in Broze 80 and wasn't yet sure if I would be happy with it or not.
Maxfactor Miracle Touch Foundation
MaxFactor Miracle Touch foundation Review
MaxFactor Miracle Touch foundation Swatch

What I like: 
 The packaging isn't anything very pretty; it is simple and very compact. I like that it is in a flat jar and I can take it anywhere with me for touch ups.

It is a nice and thick creamy product which is easy to apply with either a brush/ sponge or anything you usually use. It also covers up scars or anything of that sort

For me it stays on about 4 hours without any touch ups, but if you do occasional touch ups then I think it will last longer. Personally, I don't usually have the time for this which is why I don't do it. Except if I am heading somewhere after work. It costs about $21 for me here in Latvia. I think that isn't much if it does what you need it to.

What I don't like:
Depending on the type of skin day I am having, it may sometimes be a little bit oily. Those days, I either don't use it at all or add a bit of transparent powder on top to give it a more matte look.

Repeat Purchase Yes/No?
Yes. I have been buying it basically for over a year now and I definitely would continue because It does the job for me.

Have you used this foundation? What do you think? 


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