Had been using this MaxfactorX Whipped Crème Foundation since Eid so thought why not share my opinion about it.As didn’t try many products from this makeup line but I heard this is the same Covergirl in US…so wanted to try more from this. I was looking for a foundation that was not so heavy but covers so thought trying this one….as I read first read whipped, instantly thought it must be a mouse foundation but this is like regular foundation but very dense.So want to know more about it…keep reading 😉
It comes in a glass pot, the texture of the foundation is itself very thick but as you apply on the face it just buffs in like a dream.Has a light scent which I think is like bitter almonds (weird ) which goes in couple of minutes. Very light but the coverage is good & buildable. It blends to a semi dewy matte finish …as not flat matte & not so dewy…I left it like this so see how much shiny it gets but it was surprisingly good….. later in the day I used the Maxfactor Crème Puff pressed powder to just matte those areas which I usually get shiny, just I didn’t like one thing about it the pressed powder also has strong scent to it which I am not much fan …I prefer makeup products to be very lightly scented ….anyway on applying it goes.
All over I didn’t see any fading or blochiness on my face during the day…liking it very much as it gives a fresh face in minutes and I love products which are easy to blend.
I have mine in 2 shades MaxfactorX Whipped Crème Foundation in crystal Beige & MaxfactorX Whipped Crème Foundation in soft honey which is a bit darker .. I use both together just to keep my complexion balanced not too light not too dark. The Maxfactor Crème Puff pressed powder pressed powder is in shade 53 Tempting Touch which in pan looks quite pink but when applied doesn’t show any color but mattifies.
All of these are easily available at boots on the Maxfactor counter.