College student with a love of coffee. I love to try new makeup as I am a sufferer of cystic acne with a lot of scarring and have a lot to cover up. Pale Princess that has never found a foundation that matches my skin perfectly. #struggle I enjoy relaxing with a face mask, wax melts, a cup of DD iced coffee and Carolina Liar.
I have this and the F82 and they are the only brushes I have from Sigma. I've had these brushes about a year now but about two months after getting them, the handles on both of them began to crack. For $20 or more per brush, I expected better.
This Foundation looks SO DRY on the skin. When I try to build (because it's a light coverage even though it's marketed as a medium to full buildable) it up, the foundation lifts and removes the layer I was building on top of. Shade 100 is a neutral shade but leans on the yellower side and is pretty fair. The Foundation has a dry matte finish and is HORRIBLE if you have texture of any kind. I wore it for 9 hours at the longest and it was completely worn off on the perimeter of my face, severely creased on upper lip, and settled into fine lines and my nose creases. For $34....NEVER AGAIN.
Love love love this Foundation! It's got a natural matte finish and controls my oils for about 8 hours before I need to blot. I like to mix this with other Foundations that need more lasting power. It's a strong medium coverage. I wish they had a shade or two lighter than 101 Classic Ivory since it's a little too dark for me but doable.
Fair is too dark for me so I cannot wear it alone. This "bb cream" has a high medium coverage and it doesn't have any skin care benefits so it should be labeled a foundation. Applied well with a sponge but a brush also works. It doesn't tend to crease up or cling to dry patches. Typically wear for 10-14 hours and it holds up pretty well.