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Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation
4.20 / 5 based on 7,563 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
This foundation stick can give you anywhere from a light coverage to a very full flawless coverage. I highly recommend applying a dry beauty oil to the face before going in with this product, as it blends a lot more seamlessly. The shade range is wonderful. If you have extremely fair skin, this is one of the few foundations that will match you nicely without pulling a yellow or pink tone.
Review for: Banana (highlight pale yellow) more...
This wears beautifully doesn’t cake or sink into wrinkles. I use a damp beauty blender for light coverage. I found this for $10 at Marshals. I have combo mature skin. I would recommend this for combo and dry skin types. I think it won’t work for oily skin.
This product did not work well for my skin at all. I am combo to dry and I feel like this foundation cling to every dry patch I had and just over all looked so cakey on my face. I am a big beauty blender girl and this formula was basically impossible for my to blend out with my beauty blender so I was forced to use a brush which just extenuated my dry patches even more. In addition, this product broke my skin out pretty badly, but I used so many different primer/ moisturizer combinations with this product to make it work so I’m not sure if it was the product alone or the constant change along with it. I think this product would work much better for someone who is normal to oily but I would say if you have dry skin or like a more natural finish, you should steer clear of this foundation.
This foundation is okay overall. If you have dry skin regularly this isn't going to be for you. I use this in the summer when it's extremely hot out and it does well but otherwise on my face it looks dry and clings to patches on my face that I didn't even know existed. The shade range is extensive which is nice. Using this as a contouring stick would be the best use for it honestly.
Review for: Amber (dark medium tan w/golden undertones) more...
This is hands down my favorite foundation, the coverage is amazing and you don’t have to use a lot of product. The product is very smooth and creamy and blends super easy. I have to restock on this a lot but the price is not that bad and it’s worth it!
Review for: Cool Beige (light w/pink undertones), Natural (medium w/neutral undertones), Fawn (contour cafe latte), Beige (light w/neutral undertones), Warm Natural (medium w/yellow undertones), Warm Porcelain (fair w/warm yellow undertones) more...
The only complaint I have about these sticks is that sometimes they feel a little dry on my skin. So I usually used a primer oil when I wear it. I started using these on clients in Sephora and just loved the end result of airbrushed skin. Once I got some for myself I was instantly hooked. They are quick and easy and I find they work best with the paddle brush foundation brushes.
Review for: Tan (medium w/cool undertones) more...
I bought this foundation at Sephora, with little help from the sales people. So first I got the wrong shade; I'm usually on point with my shade matches though. However, I actually like mixing foundations to make my perfect shade so this wasn't that big of a problem. My actual problem with this foundation is that it is simply horrible to blend. When I use this I have to mix with something dewy which is not ideal for my oily skin and even after mixing it with that, there are still these obvious streaks of the product through the makeup after blending for at least 5 minutes. If it was blendable, I would give it all the stars because I honestly love the full coverage of it, but it's just not realistic if you want something that you can just throw on and go about your day.
Review for: Warm Natural (medium w/yellow undertones) more...
The finish is a nice natural finish. The foundation is light-medium, not really full coverage but if you keep applying it will get close to it. It’s a very buildable foundation. I don’t wear foundation often but when I do I go for this one. It rubs off though, if you powder it it won’t as much.
I really love the shade range with this product the color I had was ebony that use that for foundation and under-eye to highlight a use warmth and the product smooth out really well and I have a dry skin so it didn't make my skin dry the great product to use after few hours I did notice that I became oily and my T-Zone area it's still a great product to use and recommended
Review for: Warm Alabaster (very fair skin w/yellow undertones) more...
In order to use this foundation you have to have to hydrate your skin, moisture very well, and preferably use a Dewey/glowing primer under neath. I have normal to dry skin and if my skin was more dry than normal that day and I wore this it would look terrible on me. There was a time when I loved it but then I stopped. But I feel like it’s the same with any stick foundation.
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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