When it comes to foundations, full coverage is something a lot of people strive for nowadays. Having that flawless acne and problem free face is the look that has taken a storm through social media. A lot of people are having to resort to paying for the hughstreet foundations that claim to give you that airbrushed flawless effect. But to help you save a bit of money and not feel guilty for spending £20+ on a foundation I have found an £11 one that with a good brush or beauty blender the full coverage can be there.
After hearing GlamLifeGuru raving about the Milani Conceal and Perfect 2 in 1 Foundation and Concealer £11 I had to try it, I managed to pick it up on BeautyBay as well as one of their eyeshadow palettes. May I say now that I would definitely try to find swatches of each shade rather than just choosing one that might look like a match just based off their images. As I picked up the lightest shade they have online at the moment 2 Natural which is beyond too dark for me. I have had to mix in a lot of Whitening foundation to get the correct shade for me.
However, once I have done this the shade is a correct match, this is more of a neutral toned foundation which I am so thankful for. A lot of cheaper end foundations tend to constantly have pink undertones that just do not fit majority of people's skin tones. I find that the foundation is too thick to blend with a face brush so I tend to use my beauty blender as this soaks up the product and doesn't make it as heavy.
Because it is a foundation and concealer duo it does make the foundation quite thick on the back of my hand but once I have blended it into my face and really worked it into the skin it is quite thin. It doesn't feel like I have a layer of makeup on my face which is the first thing I normally check for with full coverage foundations. I tend to go over areas where I have a few spots a little more closely with the beauty blender to make sure they are really concealed.