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Foundations That Last


If you want a good look, then you need a good base. And, that’s where foundation comes in. Say hello to your new best friends.


By: Rachel Arner Hey there! I’m Rachel and I’m the one in charge of letting you know the best


makeup brands out there! In this article I’m going to focus on Maybelline! The type of makeup I’m going to talk about in this issue will be foundation. The things I tell you about these makeup products will just be MY opinion. You may or may not agree with me if you have used the makeup before. So let’s jump to it!


Anything that lasts 24 hours has got to be good... Maybelline Superstay


Foundation, Target, $8, www.target.com


Maybelline’s Super Stay Foundation, is suppose to last 24 hours. On the bottle it reads : Withstands heat, sweat, and humidity No-Transfer: won’t rub off Flexible, breathable, all day comfort Oil Free- non pore clogging When I wore this makeup it looked really nice on the face and it did- n’t rub off. It is flexible and depending on how much you need to put on it can be breathable. I didn’t think it was very breathable but it looked really nice. It did not clog my pores- very good thing! Rating this product up to 5 stars- I would say 3.5.


...and if you forget you’re wearing make-up, it’s even better...


Maybelline's Dream Matte Mousse is very smooth. It doesn’t say anything about the makeup on the bottle so I will just tell you what I think about it. Resistant from heat, sweat, and humidity Doesn’t rub off very easily Very breathable and goes on face nicely. Does not clog pores. I LOVE THIS FOUNDATION! I wear it every day and it stays


on. It feels very light and it doesn’t feel like I have a mask on my face! I highly recommend this foundation. Rating the product up to 5 stars- 5 stars.


Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse, Target, $5, www.target.com


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