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Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation
4.20 / 5 based on 7,613 Reviews
A multitasking, medium to full coverage stick foundation. This highly-pigmented, buildable cream stick foundation creates a natural-looking, matte finish. Idea for all skintones and combination to oily skin types, it's easy to layer and delivers medium to full coverage with a smooth finish. It's perfect for all-over coverage, touch ups, or highlighting and contouring.
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Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation
Review for: Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation more...
This was my goto product this summer while we were traveling in Europe. Perfect to pack in your carry on without worrying about the TSA liquid rule. It’s a matte finish so it was perfect for the humidity during the summer. It’s not as smooth as the bobbi brown stick however for half the price it’s a great foundation with great coverage! I have acne prone skin and the coverage is great, it covers blemishes and discoloration perfectly. I finish it off with translucent powder and it last’s the whole day! Definitely would recommend!
Review for: Caramel (medium tan w/golden undertones) more...
This is so light weight and feels like nothing on the skin. It's not heavy at all. I use it to match my self tan and the shade caramel is pretty good. My skin tone is really evened out after this and the coverage is on the high medium side. I was outside all day with kids for work and remained outside for the remainder of my day to help my mom garden and this held up so wel! I was barely shiny at all.
Review for: Natural (medium w/neutral undertones) more...
I have very oily skin I use this on my t zone this product has covered a lot I use it to cover up my eye bags and you can not see anything I bought it at Ilya for 25 dollars but the price is good ! I recommend this product for oily skin it won’t really do nothing for dry skin but more dry then it should be
Review for: Warm Ivory (light w/yellow undertones) more...
This foundation only has 0.32 ounces which is not a lot of product but the coverage is buildable I bought at Ulta for $25 I recommend this product for oily skin it won’t really do much for dry skin but make your skin even more Dry so all oily sister get this
great price, but looks a bit cakey on the skin. maybe i wasn’t using the right primer for this foundation, but i would recommend spending a little bit more money and getting something more like the hour glass stick foundation. much better looking on the skin
Review for: Mink (contour toasted almond) more...
I adore this foundation stick. I use the color ‘Mink’ for contouring. It blends in perfectly with a beauty blender and lasts all day. After I blend I usually set it with setting powder and this stuff will literally not move! It has a nice matte finish
I think this foundation stick is very nice. It’s very thick formula that doesn’t apply dry. It’s creamy and easy to blend out. I like to apply this with a beauty oil and a damp sponge for an all even application.
Review for: Mink (contour toasted almond), Honey (medium w/cool undertones) more...
I use this foundation all the time! Especially when I need a quick natural makeup. It is very buildable and blends like a dream! Usually I blend it with a brush but a beauty blender works great too! Definitely worth the price. I purchased mine at Sephora.
Review for: Warm Tan (medium w/golden undertones) more...
It’s just okay. It looks good when you first apply it but it doesn’t last long. I would prefer the MUF stick! Plus stick foundations cling to patches so I never bought this again. Only 2 stars cause it looks good mixed with oils at first. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone
Q & A
Currently looking for a new foundation. I have combo skin and I was wondering if this foundation was worth giving a try?
I've been dying to try this foundation! How is the color matching with woman of color? I find it so hard to find shades you don't have to mix! Also, how is this foundation with combo/oily skin?
I have super oily skin, and I'm trying to find a long wearing foundation that can control the shine, and something that won't hurt my wallet. I was wondering if this is a product that would be good for me, and if you apply the product as on your skin.
is this full coverage ? is it really worth the hype ?
Is this recommend for oily skin? Does the coverage look Cakey and feel heavy? Or does it look and feel light?
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