Sunday, 18 August 2013

Rimmel Match Perfect Foundation 100 Ivory

Tried: Rimmel Match Perfect Foundation 100 Ivory
Price £8.99
What the label says;

Match Perfection’s Smart-Tone™ Technology mimics the skin’s texture and tone for superior blendability and a flawless finish. It’s blue sapphire pigments deliver a more accurate, fresher colour and the formulation is enhanced with an Oxygenating Complex to let skin breathe. The result gives you a more naturally radiant looking appearance and ensures the colour stays truer for longer.


The pigment is a better quality for Rimmel products, producing a more balanced and realistic skin tone, but still contains nasty orange cheap pigments, and for someone with fair skin, orange pigments are a huge problem.

The coverage is good, and covers obvious skin flaws; my main problem with this foundation is the texture. It is horribly thick and sticky, and especially during the summer months is a product you do not want to use on your face.

When applied the product is thick, oily and shiny leaving the only option to be matted down with powder, overall this product does not do as described and let “skin breathe”, and is a nightmare for people prone to break outs.

The product is also highly fragranced, which reminds me of a deodorant scent. The fragrance is too pungent for every day use, and lingers on the skin.

Overall the bottle is long lasting, but is problematic for certain skin types. I'm sure like me your get sick of this foundation before the bottle runs out.

The price is too high for the [poor] quality off foundation you’re receiving, with many other brands matching this price band.

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