Happy Friday, everyone! This Friday, I’m asking for help from you. I write this blog because I have a passion for beauty and makeup, also in hopes that I can help you out by answering your questions along the way. I hope my articles have helped to further your knowledge about makeup and that you have gained something by reading them. I greatly appreciate each and every single one of you.
Here is where I need your help. Here in Indianapolis, we have something called the Indy A-List. This is where you can vote for the best of the BEST in the city. This year is my first year being nominated in the category for Best Make-up and I’m so excited! I would greatly appreciate your vote in this category. Voting is very simple. It only requires you entering your name and email address. The link to vote for me is located here. This contest ends very soon, so I need your help. I’m currently in 7th place out of 26, which is great, but not good enough! Every vote counts and makes a huge difference. Even if only 5 of you vote, I will be so grateful.
Thanks for listening to my spiel! I hope everyone has a fabulous, fun weekend!
This Friday, I decided to feature one of my favorite products that you can find at the drugstore. I typically never buy drugstore foundation because I find it extremely difficult to just guess what shade I should buy, hoping it gives me the coverage I want. I love being able to test a shade on my skin before I buy it. A few months ago, I completely ran out of foundation and was unable to run to Nordstrom to get the brand I typically use. I went to the drugstore and picked up this foundation. (My Mom had told me she had used it before and it was really great, so of course I trusted her opinion!) I was reluctant to buy it because I couldn’t try it on and also because it was from the drugstore. I’m not going to lie, I have been known to be somewhat of a foundation snob. I will use mounds of anything else from the drugstore but when it comes to what I’m actually putting on my face, I’ve always been a little skeptical. I have always believed you probably need to pay a little more to get good coverage, good ingredients and something that won’t break you out. You can probably credit that to the fact that I worked around high-end cosmetics for years and this is how I was trained. Trying to get me to convert to a drugstore foundation from my Laura Mercier foundation was kind of like trying to convince a man who drives a Mercedes that he needs to go test drive a Pontiac Aztec. Ok, that was a little drastic. Here is my favorite thing this Friday:
Revlon PhotoReady Foundation, $10 at drugstores
This foundation converted me. Ok, I’ll admit it: Good foundation really can come in small, wrapped up packages, that you can’t open until you get home. This product gives a medium coverage that is also buildable. What I like most about this foundation is that my skin still looks like skin after I apply it. I don’t look shiny, but I also don’t look matte. It blends easily, goes on smoothly and leaves my skin with an enhanced radiance. It has yet to break me out and it looks great in photos. The shade I am currently using is called Natural Beige. Revlon also just came out with a NEW PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse and I cannot wait to try it. Not only is PhotoReady a great product, it’s only $10. This is department store quality at a drugstore price. You can’t beat that!
Have you ever tried PhotoReady? What’s your favorite drugstore foundation?