Love, Shelbey: Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD Invisible Cover Foundation Stick

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD Invisible Cover Foundation Stick

Make Up For Ever released their new Ultra HD foundation line a few weeks ago - which is an extension of their original HD Foundation. I was never a fan of the original foundation so I wasn't too hyped to see that their was another formulation of it, that was until I saw they made a stick formula.

I've been on the hunt for a good stick foundation to travel with and after watching Wayne Goss' review on this new formula, I thought I'd give the Ultra HD Stick a shot. The Ultra HD Stick is $43 and contains .44 oz of product. There are 15 shades within the line. I wear shade 127 or Y335.
Coverage: The great thing about this stick is that you can customize the coverage. It's very concentrated so a little product goes a long way but if you're more on the sheer to light coverage side, then just apply two dots to each side of your face.

Application: Since this formula was designed for 4K television, it blends into the skin really nicely. I like to use a small buffing brush to really work the product in.

Finish: This foundation has a natural to semi-dewy finish. When you apply it, you'll notice that it glides on almost as if it were already a liquid. After you let it set for a couple minutes, the formula transforms to more of a natural finish. Once worked into the skin it truly looks invisible. My favorite way to set it is with some loose translucent powder.

Longevity: The wear of this foundation is amazing! It lasts at least 8 hours on me and I never need to touch up throughout the day - regardless of how much powder I use on top of it.

Overall Thoughts: I'm a fan! I love how you can go sheer to full on with this product. The finish is right up my ally (not too dewy not too matte) and the staying power is great! I have to say that I am super impressed with the new ULTRA HD formula ( the stick form anyway).
I'm loving how beautiful this foundation looks and photographs! If you've never dabbled into stick foundations, this would be a good place to start!