It’s time for another base review, I’ve really been enjoying writing these lately because base products are probably my favourite to use mainly because I can’t leave the house without some kind of base on my face due to my skin not being perfect and to be honest I just feel more put together and awake when my skin is perfected. The foundation I’m talking about today is the Makeup Forever Ultra HD Foundation and this is a foundation that has been created for the very latest high-definition technologies of the film and TV industry, Ultra HD advanced formulas look invisible on 4K camera and to the naked eye. It’s basically a foundation that’s meant to give you flawless skin that is light weight and seamlessly concealers imperfections.
When I look for a foundation I always look for something with great coverage however I’ve found myself opting for lighter bases lately mainly because a lot of the full cover foundations can be quite heavy and thick so not great for daytime use. The MUFE Ultra HD Foundation however gives a great amount of coverage and is very lightweight on the skin, I have tried the original HD Foundation by MUFE which I believe has now been discontinued and compared to that one the consistency of this is a lot thinner and easier to work with I find and I actually prefer the new formula because although it’s thinner it’s not too runny and it’s very easy to work with and buff into the skin.
I use a buffing brush to apply this foundation and I find that it perfects my skin without making it look like I have a lot of makeup on. The finish really looks natural yet flawless, it’s definitely a foundation that could work for all skin types. I have combination skin so have dry areas, some oily areas on my skin and some normal areas and this foundation has worked really well on all areas not accentuating the dry areas or making the oily areas too oily. I do like to finish my makeup look with powder usually and I do this with any foundation I wear, however I don’t need to do this with this foundation because I find the finish is matte enough for me yet still natural and skin-like.
Finally just want to mention the impressive shade range because there are a huge 40 shades to choose from for fair, light, tan, and dark skin tones including different undertones pink and yellow. I opted for the shade Y305-Soft Beige because I like more yellow toned foundations and the shade works perfectly for me, I was a little worried it may be too dark but it’s actually the ideal shade for me as you can see it warms up my complexion nicely without making me look too yellow or too dark and can also be easily bronzed up with added bronzer.
Have you tried the MUFE Ultra HD Foundation? I’d love to know your thoughts, available now from Debenhams £29.00
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