Beauty · Foundation Fixation

Foundation Fixation : Catrice HD Liquid Coverage Foundation.

Claims:

Second Skin. The HD Liquid Coverage Foundation offers a high but natural-looking coverage, while feeling extremely lightweight – just like a second skin. Whilst providing a smooth and even complexion, the ultra-liquid texture is extremely high performing and longlasting. It covers imperfections up to 24 Hours and mattifies the skin. The extremely high definition finish is sure to make the skin beautifully even and camera ready.  

Day 1:

Primer: Clarins Beauty Flash Balm

Powder: Laura Mercier Translucent Powder

Setting Spray: Urban Decay Allnighter Setting Spray

Application: Blank Canvas F20 brush

Applied nicely, did need to build up coverage in certain areas but it was easy to do. It’s a very light, liquidy formula. It broke down on my nose & chin towards the end of the day but not too shabby. It didn’t oxidise which is great.

Day 2:

Same as day 1

Day 3:

Added some Urban Decay Allnighter foundation to try and extend the longevity and it definitely worked

Day 4 & 5:

Same as day 3

I have to say this is a really nice foundation. It’s lasts well enough, (definitely not 24 hours) blends nicely, and can be built up to a nice medium to full coverage. Doesn’t grab on to any dry patches.

I bought mine for €7.90 in Penny’s (primark) and would definitely recommend it.

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8 thoughts on “Foundation Fixation : Catrice HD Liquid Coverage Foundation.

    1. Thanks so much for reading. There’s a rumour on the grapevine that the ingredients in this are the same as the ones in the Fenty Foundation. May not be to the same standard but I thought it was interesting considering they seem to be made in the same factory in Italy 🇮🇹

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