My New Obsession with the Makeup Revolution Foundation

Being quite pasty pale in complexion has always made finding the perfect match foundation a struggle. I’ve found foundations that are close, as in they don’t pull too orange, pink or yellow on me.. but never one that is like my skin but better.

After trying out the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer, I thought I’d give the foundation a go too, especially after seeing it on sale over on BeautyBay. I’m so glad I did, because it is literally the BEST match I’ve ever found, and to make it better, even at full price this foundation is only £9!

I think before I dive straight into a review, we should take a little look at some before and afters. These photos have absolutely no filter and were taken in front of the window, so here’s your 'naked face’ warning!

Before

Before

After

After

Before

Before

After

After

What a difference eh?! You can see that this foundation & concealer has completely evened out my skin, fully covering any redness and pesky spots. Annnnd - look at the colour match! Perfect! This is enough coverage for me (this is just one application), but you can build it up without it looking patchy or caked on.

It is a matte foundation, which I wouldn’t normally gravitate towards having dry skin, but it actually works so well with the rest of my makeup routine, and doesn’t look completely matte - it does allow some dewiness to come through.

I find that I don’t need to powder, even in areas where I blend blush and bronzer, as it does set onto the skin well.

When wearing at work which has fairly dry conditions whether it’s the aircon or heating, I do notice that the foundation and concealer begins to crease ever so slightly around midday. This for me isn’t a problem, a quick touch up on my lunch break fixes the creasing nicely.

It feels very lightweight, it doesn’t feel ‘cloggy’ at all, and I’m not rushing to take it off at the end of the day. It just feels comfortable.

The Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Foundation is oil free, cruelty free and vegan friendly. It has a fabulous shade range, on the BeautyBay website there is 48 to choose from with a good balance of light to dark options. (I’ve used C1, the lightest colour available except for the pure white F0)

I don’t think there is much more I can possibly say about this product haha! I just love it, and highly recommend it.

Have you tried this concealer and/or foundation? How did you find it?

Thank you so much for reading,

Love, Leanne Xx