I paid 40 bucks for this stuff and it promised to be skin-like in texture. But it wasn’t. The color (Golden Beige 403) was OK, as I was matched by a Pakistani woman who used the same shade as me and was very good at matching skin of color. However, the foundation still looked masky on me. It was the formula itself not the shade. I walked out of the department store (Macy’s, Fashion Show Mall, Las Vegas) and the associates at the other makeup counters told me how “gorgeous” I looked. A likely story. I got to a wider-view mirror under (non fluorescent) lights and saw I looked like a clown. For the money, this foundation was nothing special and I returned it. It’s been called the HG (Holy Grail) foundation by some, just not me. Find it at Sephora.com if you’re looking to cover-up for a photo shoot with a gauzy lens.
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