Whether you are having a girls night out or attending your sister’s wedding, chances are that your picture will be all over Instagram! Whilst many foundations will make you look good in person, they often deliver a white cast when photographed. Luckily, I’ve discovered 5 formulas that will make your face look flawless – both on and off camera!
1. Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation
With a name like that, you know this foundation means business. The liquid formula spreads across skin and blurs out your pores, whilst providing medium-to-full coverage. Whilst you can use a stippling brush to apply it, I’ve found that a damp makeup sponge works best to blend the formula in.
2. NYX Total Control Drop Foundation
If you prefer customising your level of coverage, this product is the one you need. You can mix a drop or two with your moisturiser to get a sheer and natural look, or use 3 to 4 drops for full coverage. No matter which way you use the formula, it will never look shiny or cakey.
3. Armani Luminous Silk Foundation
Wedding makeup artists all over the globe swear by this bottle! The lightweight formula is known to sink seamlessly into skin, whilst imparting a soft, dewy glow. If you’ve got dry-to-normal skin and need to even out your skin’s texture, this foundation is perfect for you.
4. Huda Beauty #FauxFilter Foundation
Dealing with greasy face that needs to be blotted often? Consider purchasing this heavy duty foundation. In just one pump you can expect a full coverage base that stays put for hours on end. The best part is that you won’t have to worry about your skin sporting an oil-slick in the middle of the day!
5. MAC Studio Face And Body Foundation
If you aren’t used to applying too much makeup but still need a little coverage, turn to this bottle. The weightless formula buffs easily into the skin to provide a natural-looking, sheer tint of colour with a pretty satin finish. It’s also practically mistake-proof, which means that you can even use your fingers to apply it, without worrying about it streaking.
Have you tried any of these out before? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!