Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation
BY KAT VON D
4.24 / 5 based on 19,881 Reviews
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
Ok this literally can cover your tattoo. It’s so thick and a little drying. But if you want some serious coverage, this is your calling. Comes with a pump and is a lot for $40. Only downside is you can only get it at Sephora.
This isn't heavy and stays on all day. Compared to other brands at Sephora, this foundation is affordable. All her products are vegan and all natural. You can really tell the difference in the quality.
This foundation gets all kinds of hype but for me I don’t really like it maybe it’s just my skin type but it’s so cakey and you have to apply so much because it just stays in one spot and the color selection does suck, it oxidized and it looks orange after so long.
Very full coverage, thick foundation. Feels a little heavy and looks like makeup on the skin, but that's typical for a full coverage foundation. It looks good for special event makeup, but I could never use this stuff daily.
I absolutely love this foundation. It lasts all day. And the product itself lasts quite a while! It goes on smoothly and doesn’t dry into your creases. It’s easy to remove too which is great. I would recommend this to anyone!
L42 matches me almost perfectly, and the foundation looks beautiful for the first couple of hours. However it begins to separate on me after about 3 hours of wear and looks very cakey. Matte foundations tend to do this on my oily skin, but this one is quite extreme.
I can’t make it work for me and I’m so sad cause I love this line in its entirety. Even though I’m combo oily it’s super drying on my skin no matter what primers I use. It also breaks up on certain parts of my face, it looks flawless on some people but it just doesn’t work with my skin.
This is one product I splurge on from time to time. I love how it covers and I love that it wasn’t needed to be mixed with other color because it matched perfectly. It did start to dry me out but extra moisturizer fixed that
I have never used such an amazing foundation in my life it is a little more costly but well worth it you get full coverage and the best looking skin possible i was pleased with this product❤
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What is the best way to apply? fingers? brush? beauty blender?
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?
I really want to give this foundation a try and I have been hearing mixed reviews. Is this product worth the money or should I try something different?
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