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Before You Pick Up The Masaba Foundation, Give This Review A Quick Read

Editor’s Rating

3

In This Article

Enter LoveChild’s Lights-Camera-Foundation, a brainchild of the iconic Masaba, meticulously formulated for all Indian skin tones but maybe not all Indian skin textures. Here’s the tea.

What Is It?

LoveChild’s Lights-Camera-Foundation is not just any foundation; it’s a tribute to the diversity and beauty of India, offering a dazzling 4K Matte Finish that keeps you camera-ready at all times. This foundation stands out for its endurance – being sweat-proof, humidity, and transfer-resistant.

But it doesn’t stop there. Infused with a nourishing blend of oat beta-glucan, rosehip oil, jojoba oil, and gotu kola, it goes beyond coverage. This foundation hydrates, nourishes, and protects your skin, ensuring a flawless base for your makeup while caring for your skin’s health. With 18 mesmerising shades, today I’ll be reviewing Soft Nude Dahhling

Our Thoughts

I have a lot of thoughts on this foundation – starting with the formula. The medium to full coverage is buildable and feels light on the skin, making it seem like you’re wearing nothing. It’s a lifesaver for those humid days or unexpected rain, staying put without any creases or smudges. With 18 shades in the collection, I don’t think there should be any trouble finding one that fits you.

Now for the cons, despite claims, the foundation is quite drying and does congeal into dry patches if your skin is not moisturised. As someone with big pores, I found the foundation sunk into them and was pretty hard to remove unless you double-cleanse. If you have acne-prone skin, that’s something to remember if you plan to invest in this. It usually’s transfer-proof but does come out with sweat or water and will oxidise on your skin i.e. the colour settles into a slightly darker shade once it comes in contact with air – so maybe get a shade lighter than required.

How To Use It?

  1. Begin with a clean, moisturized face, applying primer if you prefer a more seamless finish.
  2. Select the foundation shade that seamlessly matches your skin tone.
  3. Use a brush, beauty blender, or even your fingertips to blend the foundation evenly outwards for a natural look.
  4. Start with a minimal amount of foundation, gradually building it up to achieve your desired level of coverage.

What It Looks Like

Good To Know
Not For Dry/Combination Skin: Can dry out skin, emphasising un-moisturised patches noticeably.
Is Not Transfer Proof: Transfers with excessive sweat or water, despite claims.
Shade Range Is Not The Best: Oxidises to a darker shade so consider choosing a shade lighter.

In Conclusion

If you have normal to oily skin - this should work perfectly for you. But if your skin is sensitive and dry, you can pass on this.

01 Mar 2024

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