I am always on the look out for the perfect foundation to create a flawless visage. Since I tried BB Cream, 2-way foundation cake, and liquid foundation, I thought a mousse foundation would be worth a shot.
Saw this product on the shelves of Watson’s son I decided to give it a try.
This is how the product’s texture looks like. The primer is relatively light, compared to my regular primer from L’oreal Studio Smooth Resurfacing Primer.
This is half my face with the primer and mousse. Sorry for the harsh lighting as I used flash for clearer picture quality at night.
This is my morning make up with the mousse foundation & primer. It was easy to glide and coverage was comparable to liquid foundation. I could skip concealer for my acne scars but not for the dark circles. 😦
This is 4 hours after make up without any touch up. Still looks relatively matte and sebum free. Yay!
Verdict at the end of 12 hours: I needed to touch up with my K-palette powder about 6 hours into the day. Otherwise, I found that the foundation was able to deliver the job of providing adequate coverage without the cakiness of 2-way foundation and weight of liquid foundation. However, my main grouse with this product is that I always end up squeezing too much mousse at one go. Not sure if it’s me or the nozzle. Also, on its own without the primer, it doesn’t last more than 2-3 hours. So, if you are looking at the possibility of buying this product, you would definitely need the primer with the mousse foundation.