Rimmel London Wake Me Up Foundation
Okay, well I will begin with apologising for the horrible photo quality. Something just isn't right with my camera at the moment, and i will be getting it looked at within the next week (I hope!) and I will let everyone know what will be going on with my blog from now..
I am hoping to be uploading a post once a week but due to commitments else where it may be every fortnight. I've not blogged for a long time and I have been researching into other peoples blogs to find what sort of swing I would like to have..
My aim is to upload each Monday or Wednesday, I'm not sure yet. I have lots of posts lined up and I can't wait to share them. So sorry for not blogging, but I am back and I wont be leaving again :)
So, this week I have chosen to review my absolute favourite foundation, I am beginning to gather a collection of foundations but this is at the top of my list! I just love it.
I have used this foundation now for around 2 years and I can't get enough of it, I have so many empties left of this product in my make up draw!
I chose Shade 100- ivory as it best suits my skin tone, it also has an SPF 15 which means it is a great foundation to wear in the summer and on holiday. It gives such great coverage and it is very light which makes you feel a lot more free than wearing a thick foundation which is just not great in high heats. I feel that where this foundation is light, it lasts a lot longer. I've been using this one for almost 8 months! I would say it lasts for around 6/8 hours before having to reapply or touch up with powder (I recommend Rimmer Stay Matte).
I don't know if anybody else has experienced this but when you get to the end of the bottle does it become quite dry? Its just that I find it does :(
I feel that this foundation is best for a natural and light look and I recommend it to anyone! You can find the Wake Me Up foundation in all drugstore shops such as superdrug and boots:
Some online stores such as Feel Unique sell this too:
I also find that the foundation is best applied with a Mac 187 brush:
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