Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Description:Brand: Max Factor / Powders / Type: Foundation / What it does: Smoothes, / Traditional foundations contain pigments ... more
Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation ... that only reflect one colour / Colour Adapt is a breakthrough technology that contains unique colour adapting particles / These particles pick up and reflect the colour of the underlying background skin tone and therefore appear to match your skin tone perfectly, creating a smoother, flawless look /
Newest Review: ... one edge so that there is a 2mm gap in which you can see through the clear plastic tub and see how much of your foundation is ... more
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Customer Max Factor Colour Adapt Foundation Reviews (58)
by - written on 22/12/07, updated on 19/10/13 (Very useful, 689 readings)
I have been searching for the 'perfect' foundation for a very long time. I have to confess that I am not an expert with make-up and also haven't got enough time in the mornings to spend ages applying make up, so I want a foundation which is easy to apply and matches my skin tone. I have tried many foundations and have in the past bought the latest ones from Rimmel, L'Oreal, Maybelline, Boots No7 etc but none have done the job, as some have been greasy, caused spots/dry patches and made me look Orange. I have finally found my perfect match, Max Factor Colour Adapt in the shade of 'natural'. Max Factor Colour Adapt is a creamy liquid based foundation and comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/08 (Very useful, 216 readings)
Max Factor Colour Adapt foundation was the first skin tone adapting makeup on the market, and is probably still the best known. You can get it from beauty retailers, as well as some chemists and online for around £11 - £12. It comes in 9 shades, from 'creamy ivory' and 'warm almond' right through to 'toffee' and 'soft sable'. The foundation contains Colour Adapt Particles which adapt to your individual skin tones to give a flawless but perfectly natural looking base. It's supposed to even out your skin tone without masking it and blend away imperfections. It's also oil-free so suitable even for oily skin types. It comes in a 34ml bottle with pump ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/13 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I went for this Colour Adept foundation from Max Factor for the first time last Christmas when pennies were a bit tight and I couldn't afford to replace the Clinique foundation I had been using. I picked this up for £9.99 from Boots. It is a 34 ml products and comes in six different shades. I went for the palest of the range so it would fit in on my skin. The product is not as good looking as my previous Clinique foundation which came in an attractive cardboard box and then in a slinky glass bottle, but what this Max Factor product also didn't come with is the hefty price tag! And let's be honest now, isn't it more important what's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/11, updated on 07/11/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Maxfactor Colour Adapt is one of those products that I always have to have in my makeup drawer. My skin tone is really pale and I find it hard to choose a shade that's light enough to keep the dreaded line that marks the end of foundation at bay. I find most of the ivory shades can be chalky and if not careful, I can end up looking ill (especially in photographs!). I find Colour Adapt to be the perfect balance though, it blends really well and doesn't look too heavy on the skin- by that I mean I often see foundation that looks as if you could literally scrape it off someone's face, CA isn't one of those. The product gives the skin a lovely matte finish, although when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
My favourite foundation I have ever used was by Max Factor, Stay Perfect, which included a primer and was subsequently discontinued (this happens to me a lot with my favourite products for some reason!). I managed to find some on ebay and at a market, but eventually I had to accept that I had to find a new foundation. Naturally since I was so happy with this previous one from Max Factor, I decided to try something else from the brand. I bought Colour Adapt, available in the same shade I was previously using, and after testing it in the store. This product is available in five shades and is meant to adjust to your skin tone, which should mean it will match ... Read the complete review
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