Makeup Forever HD Foundation | Review & Demo

Hey Everyone! I've been wanting to try my hand at a review, but I wanted to do it right! So today I'm sharing with you a review/demo/unboxing/first impressions, hah! Really though, I hope this review is helpful for those who need it, and at least mildly interesting for those of you who don't need it!

*I purchased this voluntarily with my own money ($42 USD at Sephora) and am not sponsored by or in any way affiliated with Makeup Forever or Sephora!

If you can't see the above video, click here to watch it on my channel!

This foundation photographs beautifully. Whether it be film, flash or natural, this foundation stays HD. I was really impressed with how natural it looked in person as well. For the full review make sure you watch my video. *All photos are without airbrushing. 

Above is a photo from my iPhone with the flash. It isn't the best quality but I wanted to include it in this post to show that there is no white cast/flashback. Although, I do look very pale! Just to clarify, this is just because I have light skin, as you can see my neck looks just as light as my face, and it does not have foundation on it. The lighter areas around my eyes, nose and chin are the highlighting done with concealer.

Again, you'll have to watch the whole review video for any in-depth feedback about the way this applies and wears, but I want to share through post that I totally recommend this foundation. It was a wonderful surprise, and I'm so glad I purchased it!

Leave any questions about the product you have in a comment and I will do my best to answer them for you. 

Much Love,
-Stephanie Eva

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