review : maybelline angelfit flawless natural liquid foundation

by lyn on March 26, 2010 · 6 comments

in Foundation, Maybelline

The quest for perfect looking skin can be a difficult one. Over the past few months, I have been trying out a variety of foundations, always hoping to create that smooth canvas of skin, which every woman who wears foundation is after. Ever since hitting puberty (erm… many moons ago), my skin has been a mess and it is still a mess. I still suffer from hormonal breakouts and have little bumps on my forehead (thankfully the amount is lesser). I probably have rosacea since my cheeks and forehead are quite ruddy. Not to mention the dark undereye circles and old blemish scars too.

You see, there are many, many things to correct. Besides the discoloured and uneven skin, I have to worry about its condition as well. Not only is it dehydrated but the t-zone is rather oily. It is an arduous task to find products that can balance out all these problems and this is why I am still hunting.


Liquid foundation was a beauty product I had stayed away from for at least six years. The last time I used it, I had really bad breakouts *cough* MAC *cough*. But it could have been due to not having a double-cleansing routine at that time because oil cleansers were relatively new to the market. Liquid foundations felt heavier and rather mask-like too, so when two-way cakes (powder foundations) started picking up its popularity, I hopped on the powder train and have not looked back since. Until recently, that is.

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Beautyknot March 27, 2010 at 8:07 AM

The foundation looked very good on you. I've the Angelfit foundation powder with me 2 years ago, the shade totally wrong, still has 99.99% remain. Going to bin it soon.

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knitties March 27, 2010 at 11:35 AM

Beautyknot : Thanks! It's a shame the shade you got doesn't match. It's quite a nice foundation :-)

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- Angie - April 25, 2010 at 4:40 PM

no.1: You don't have a that bad skin as what you've described earlier on. I'm worst than you so you can def relax. :) no.2: You look so pretty! :) no.3: (something to ask you) Will it be cakey for combi skin esp on the cheeks area? Hope to see your reply soon.. Cute bloggy I say. :)

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knitties April 26, 2010 at 12:35 PM

Angie : Thanks for your compliments and visiting my blog :-) The lighting in my room is rather flattering so I should be taking more photos in this light! Hehehe…Regarding the foundation, it does "stick" to flaky skin however, it depends on your application method too. If you use your fingers or a wet sponge, it should not cake as much (if at all). The warmth from your fingers should even out the foundation better. As with most liquid foundations, you need blend and blend well.

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- Angie - April 27, 2010 at 3:52 AM

*knods* after reading your reply. Thank you! I didn't know that it would be better if I apply foundation using wet sponge and it wld reduce caking. :P Thanks again for the simple guide. :)

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knitties April 29, 2010 at 2:07 AM

Angie : Sorry, I should say "damp" sponge… not completely wet :-) But this method does sheer out the application a bit.

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