This sample was in a little package of goodies as a Sephora perk, like a if you spend over $25.00 dollars, kind of thing? Anyway, this was a foundation sampler. I’m always on the prowl for the perfect foundation, and thought this would be a great way to try some out a few different brands without breaking my bank. Oh, and it also came with a teeny leetle Tarteist Lip paint. How cool is that?!
I decided to try this one first because I’ve heard so many good things about Milk Makeup. From the foundation to the blur sticks to the mascara. I used Golden Light on the center of my face, I contoured with Golden Deep and I filled in the blanks on the perimeter of my face with Golden Sand mixed with a teeny bit of my normal bb cream. There is so little product in these foil packets, it’s hard to know if I really even accomplished a full face of foundation.
One thing is for sure, it’s definitely matte. Pore blurring… maybe not so much. Or maybe my pores just like to party. Because they look pretty out to party right now. Anyway, it was fun. The foundation doesn’t have a scent, which is nice, and it doesn’t look cakey, it is a little looking dry on the driest parts of my face. But otherwise it’s okay.
It wore nice through the day, my forehead got a little greasy, but in reality my forehead didn’t really have a lot of foundation on it and even if it was, twelve and a half hours later, is a pretty good run for any foundation.
If I were to rate it from best to mediocre to in the middle to not so good and just plain bad. This one would just be okay. I’m hard on foundation, I need long wear, my skin is sensitive and gets annoyed easily. I have an oily, oily t zone but the rest of my face is super dry. I like luminous foundations that make my skin glow. I’m not a crazy full coverage kind of girl. I don’t mind my skin looking like my skin, but I want it to look like healthy skin. Maybe this would be a good mixer?
Guess I could.
Stranger things have happened.