MaxFactor Miracle Touch Liquid illusion Foundation – Sand 60
I hope your day has been fine so far. I’m enjoying writing and sharing my experiences with different makeup products with you guys. I hope you guys are enjoying reading them. J Today I’m reviewing an amazing face makeup product which I have owned for long now. I pull it out on the party nights for its perfect for such occasions. Read on for detailed review.
Nothing really was mentioned on the product but I read it online that it’s a unique solid to liquid formula to give a flawless base with one easy application. It also said that one application and you won’t need a powder or a concealer.
Suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin.
Directions for use:
Apply the required quantity with the sponge that is provided. Start with the center of the face and blend outwards. For flawless application, use a foundation brush.
Product price and quantity:
Around INR 600/- for 11.5 g
The packaging is average but sturdy. It is a sleek little jar with a screw top lid that houses the foundation and when you turn the jar upside down, you’ll find a flip top lip which stores the sponge. This base foundation is a dollop stored in a round flat glass packaging with 2 compartments, one for each foundation dollop and sponge. The good thing is that the sponge can be stored separately unlike in the compacts where you have to store the sponge right above where the content sits. The drawback of this packaging is that it gets messy because the content slides on the opposite side.
It has a smooth creamy texture which glides effortlessly on the skin. It has a solid cream formula which allows me to glide the sponge over the top to pick up a thin layer of product which melts into the skin beautifully. It doesn’t accentuate my dryness and covers every bit of spots leaving me with a smooth and flawless looking skin.
Pros of Maxfactor Miracle Touch Liquid illusion Foundation :
- Smooth texture
- Light weight
- Doesn’t dry out the skin
- 2 compartment packaging
- Separately stored sponge
- Easily blend-able
- Travel convenient
- Gives a decent coverage
- Gives a soft glow and flawless looking skin
- Lightweight formula
- Can be worn for party occasions
- Nice quantity
- Has a fine texture
- Doesn’t really clog pores
- Available in 7 shades to match each skin shade
Cons of MaxFactor Miracle Touch Liquid illusion Foundation :
- A powder is needed post-application
- The content tends to slide for its actual position in the jar
- No SPF
- Contains parabens
My experience with MaxFactor Miracle Touch Liquid illusion foundation :
This base foundation works fine on my combination skin. The packaging is messy but hygienic. I chose the shade SAND 60 which isn’t the lightest shade from the lot. What impressed me was its lightweight formula which gives my skin a light glow and doesn’t make me feel caked up.
Application is quite simple and easy. The product glides on the skin like a dream. It doesn’t give full coverage but is enough for me to hide the spots on my face. Quite less quantity is required to cover the entire face and therefore the product will last for very long.
It can be worn on long days out and are perfect for party looks. The lasting power of this product is pretty nice. It doesn’t wear off too soon which makes re-application needless. The packaging is sleek and sturdy which makes the product survive the travel purpose. Hence, this is a nice creamy foundation to own.
I will rate it 8 out of 10 for all its pros.
Whether I recommend it:
Yes ladies, I do recommend it for you to try this creamy foundation base to get flawless looking skin that is glowing and fresh.