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Score: 5.5/10  [2 reviews]
2 out of 5
ProdID: 4606 - Maybelline Dream Nude Airfoam
Brand: Maybelline

Maybelline Dream Nude Airfoam

Maybelline Dream Nude Airfoam product reviews

Our most lightweight foundation for 100% Nude Perfection
Lightweight foam for a flawless finish
Ideal for normal skin

flawless finish   foam   foundation   lightweight   normal skin
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Review by: renee (Renee)
Dated: 15th of November, 2016

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This Review: 1.0/10
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This was easily the worst foundation I've ever tried and I've tried quite a few. The concept is very cool and really fun sounding, I've always loved using hair mousse so being able to use a foundation that was similar seems really interesting. The actual foam is light and you do need to give the bottle a good shake first, just like a hair mousse but it gives no coverage and is very awkard to apply. You can't really use a brush so you need to use your fingers. I didn't really like how it felt on my skin and it didn't really seem to blend in nicely.

I did not pay full price for this luckily, I bought it off a beauty website for $10 and there were three bottles in the pack. I think if this gave even a light coverage like a bb cream or something it could be worth a go. I'm sure you could easily get used to applying it. Maybelline does some great foundations for all skin types, if you are wanting to look into this brand, I'd really recommend the Fit Me range. It has a dry and oily skin formula. For the fun factor it's neat but I think it's best to stay away from this one!

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Review by: samantha203 (Samantha)
Dated: 19th of August, 2013

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This Review: 10/10
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I don't wear a lot of make up so it is not an every day thing I tend to just wear it if I am going out and even then it will just be some foundation, blush, and mascara. I have quite oily skin so I don't like a foundation that makes my skin even oilier or feels to heavy on my skin. In the past I had always used a pressed powder but once I tried this I absolutely loved it.

The foundation comes out like a foam not any different to a shaving foam can, I find that I only need to give it a light press because quite a lot comes out anyway. I squeeze it out on to my fingers and then rub the foam in to my skin but you could probably get a better result with a make up sponge. The little amount of foam goes a long way as you spread it out and blend it in across your face.

The result is a smooth complexion that looks natural you can hardly tell you are even wearing foundation except for the fact that any dark circles or flaws have been covered. It is not at all heavy on the skin either it dries much like a powder would so it doesn't feel like your wearing anything. The best but for me is it doesn't make my skin oily because of it's powder finish.

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