Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation
BY KAT VON D
A high-pigment foundation for full coverage with a long-lasting, beautiful finish. Kat created this foundation to provide exceptional coverage, without compromising a smooth, striking finish. Formulated with 21 percent pigment, this powerful formula was developed to match a broad range of skintones with bold coverage the proprietary pigments can even effectively cover tattoos. The combination of raw materials and the best siliconic elastomers and siliconic esters provide 24-hour wear with transfer resistance. Natural polymers absorb oil for a matte, soft finish and the added emollients provide a velvety texture for perfectly smooth, hydrated skin.
It is formulated Without:
- Synthetic Fragrances
This foundation has been formulated to work synergistically with Kat's Rehab Priming Elixir, Tattoo Concealer, and Lock 'N Load Setting Mist.see more...
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Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation
Review for: 45 Light - Warm Undertone more...
I got this from a voxbox and tried it a few time and just didn’t love it. I felt like the formula was thick and kinda cakey but it took 2 or 3 coats to make it look full coverage or even cover my skin. I felt like through out the day it made my skin look very textured.
Perfect for really really full coverage looks. This foundation is thick. And if that's what you're looking for, and you need to really cover EVERYTHING this is for you. I use this foundation as a concealer sometimes because I tend to go for sheerer foundations.
Love this. Highly pigmented, packaging is great, doesn’t leak. It lasts all day but doesn’t make you feel Cakey even though it is full coverage. Coverages redness so well
Review for: Light 43 Warm, 42 LIGHT - NEUTRAL UNDERTONE more...
If your looking for a flawless face Kat Von D lock it is a great foundation. Combo that with the contour pallet and say no more. I use a little of both of dewy to matte finish. You ladies would definitely love it. Try it at Sephora
Gives me a orangey yellow tone, way too dry for dry skin, better to apply in sections rather than dotting on the face it will set as you place on the face. Other cream products don't blend well with this foundation, only plus for me is the coverage.
Product has great coverage; however, I find the foundation to oxidize after about three to four hour wear, so i recommend getting a lighter tone. This foundation tends to break around my nose when wearing over an 8 period day. It also tends to lift.
Kat Von Ds foundation is amazing. It is very full coverage and hides and imperfections on your face. It was meant to help cover tattoos so you can imagine the coverage. It stays on all day and comes off smoothly by wipes and soap. Definitely a great buy
Review for: 57 Medium-Warm Undertone more...
I absolutely hated this product. The only reason why I gave it 2 starts is because the packaging is so beautiful and creative. The foundation is super cakey and thick. It broke out my skin as well as the color selection is so warm I it looked terrible on my tan skin. I wouldn’t recommend this.
Q & A
What is the best way to apply? fingers? brush? beauty blender?
Is this a full coverage foundation that works with hyperpigmentation?
Okay, I've been eyeing this for a while but I just don't want to buy a high end foundation again and be as disappointed as I was with the Too Faced Born This Way 😩 I have oily, acne prone, combination skin with a super dry nose. I have a lot of redness from acne and so on and I want something that covers it all instantly! I want something that stays matte all day, with or without primer, and doesn't melt off no matter the weather. I am super light (like ghost light) as well with a yellow undertone and wonder if they have any good shades. Does it oxidize? Does it wear off around the nose? Can you apply it both with a Beauty Blender and a brush? Would you say this is a foundation for me?
Does this foundation come on very thick?
I have Rosacea, would this be able to cover up my rosy red cheeks?
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