Review: Max Factor Whipped Creme Foundation

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I’m late when it comes to reviewing this one. I purchased this product as a result of all the hype & excellent reviews beauty bloggers all over the world were giving it and after 4 weeks of using it myself, here’s my verdict.

I’ve always been a fan of Max Factor& their North American counterpart Cover Girl during my time spent in Canada. From mascara to foundation, Max Factor always seem to get it right and are certainly heavy hitters when it comes to the makeup world. And to make it even better, always quite affordable too.

These days there seems to be a lot of new releases & innovative products in the makeup industry that promise to cure every makeup woe a girl could possibly have and in this particular product claims to create a-

“flawless demi-matte coverage that won’t dry out your skin thanks to it’s whipped non-oily formula”.

Max Factor also claims Whipped Creme Foundation is…

  • Perfect for creating an on-trend demi-matte look.

  • Hydrated with glycerine and water so it glides over skin.

  • Won’t clog pores.

  • Oil-free and fragrance-free. Suitable for sensitive skin.

So, am I a fan?

YES. I am a big fan. After 4 weeks Whipped Creme has become my daily foundation. Just like it claims, I get a medium coverage flawless finish without it drying out my skin. It’s so natural on that it’s perfect for daytime wear and because it’s a mousse-like texture, it is very lightweight and comfortable. It’s easy to blend and feels velvety-soft on your skin. The little pot ensures you can get it all unlike the bit that’s always stuck at the end of the bottled foundation.

All in all, I would highly recommend it.

It can be purchased for €12.99/£9.99.

 

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Excuse the tired face- flawless finish all day long :)

Stay beautiful,

Unhealthy obsession with all things fashion & beauty.

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