Max Factor Age Renew Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Description:Brand: Max Factor / Type: Anti-Ageing / Subcategory: Foundation / What it does: Rejuvenates, / Age Renew is a new ... more
Newest Review: ... canvas' to create something gorgeous. I chose the neutral colour because I am very fair skinned. It was just over £8 at the ... more
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Customer Max Factor Age Renew Foundation Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/10/11, updated on 03/10/11 (Very useful, 112 readings)
This is my current foundation, I'm not normally particularly brand loyal with regards to make up and have yet to find a foundation costing under about £15 that is just the right shade for my pale skin. However as I can't afford a pricey foundation I tend to gravitate towards Max Factor because although it's not the cheapest, nor does it have the precise match for my skin it's the best for me of a bad bunch, so with foundation I guess I do have a sort of feduciary loyalty to the brand as it's reliable and I can usually afford it. The Age Renew foundation is designed with older skins in mind, aiming to "smooth away the appearance of fine lines, hide dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 387 readings)
*Introduction* Foundation is a complete must as I will not go out without at least foundation, mascara and lip gloss on. I change the foundation that I use fairly regularly as I like to test the new ones on the market. Max Factor Age Renew Foundation is the one that I tend to come back to time and time again, especially when I buy a foundation that doesn't give you a great coverage on spots and blemishes. *The Claim* Max Factor Age Renew Foundation claims to be a foundation that combines an advanced skincare complex with flawless coverage. *About the Product* This foundation gives full coverage that diminishes the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/07 (Very useful, 1210 readings)
Most of us like to look our best and if we aren't natural beauties then a little help from a bottle is needed- or a lot in my case! *Why did I buy it?* I had received an email as I had joined the Max Factor club online and saw I could apply for a sample, (which came quickly,) it contained a good amount of make up, which lasted me about a week and I was very happy with it. I then searched the internet for the best price and got a great bargain! *Vital statistics* Pump type bottle measuring 11.5 cm high by about 3cm wide. The actual depth of foundation is probably about 7cm. There is a clear pull-off top and part of the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/13 (Useful, 12 readings)
I bought this 30ml foundation about 18 months ago and I still have a 1/3 left. I don't use foundation very often although I should do because it makes such a difference to my appearance! As an artist, I know how important it is to use the correct primer prior to painting. For me, this is what a good foundation is - it covers imperfections on the skin to give a 'blank canvas' to create something gorgeous. I chose the neutral colour because I am very fair skinned. It was just over £8 at the time but I have seen it as cheap as £6.50 and as expensive as nearly £13! I don't mind paying around £8 for 30 ml of product but I don't think I'd have gone to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/09 (Useful, 276 readings)
Max Factor Age Renew Foundation is a foundation designed for more mature skins and you can but it from any leading chemists or drug stores. It is fairly expensive at £12.00 (approx) and comes in various shades. It is supposed to cover wrinkes and even claimes to reduce your age by 10 years. The liquid in the 30ml bottle is creamy and has a light fragrant smell. It smooths on the skin easily and does not streak. I bought a bottle last week as I thought I would try something different from my usual No 7 Protect and Perfect. I thought the max factor covered blemishes brilliantly but there is one big problem - the colour - I chose Golden which was the darkest I could ... Read the complete review
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