I’m a huge fan of the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define concealer, it covers blemishes and dark circles like a dream. No surprise I was excited to try the Conceal and Define foundation. My first impression was that it felt expensive because of the glass bottle and 3.4g of foundation, that’s a lot! much more than the average foundation has.
This foundation come in 24 shades that range from cool, neutral and warm undertones. The formula is oil-free, vegan, paraben free and cruelty-free and has a demi-matte finish. Personally, I really like the demi-matte finish as it allows your Skin’s natural glow to peek through, without clinging onto cry patches or making the skin super oily, basically suits most skin types. The foundation claims to have full coverage, I found it was more medium coverage that can be built up to very full coverage. Even though this foundation can be built up to full coverage, it’s lightweight and lasts all day. I liked that it still looks like skin and doesn’t create a heavy, cakey layer. It doesn’t cover super red blemishes completely unless you build the coverage up, but a tiny bit of concealer will do the trick.
The foundation also has a huge doe-foot applicator, that makes it super easy to apply only what you need and target areas that need more coverage. Overall, I love this foundation. If you’re looking for a medium-full coverage foundation that has a skin-like finish, and from the drugstore- did I mention it’s only £9! – you need this foundation.