Max Factor Seamless Liquid Make-up Reviews
Product Type: Max Factor makeup
Newest Review: ... squeeze a little to the back of your hand and lightly dab you make up brush and then make outward sweeps from the middle of ... more
Customer Max Factor Seamless Liquid Make-up Reviews (14)
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 172 readings)
From the majority of my reviews it is clear that I buy too much make up, especially foundations and mascaras. I can't help it! I love when new products are brought out that claim to do something new, something that's not been tried out before and I can't help myself buying it to see if it actually lives up to expectations or not. A lot of foundations that I have tried out often leave a line of evidence, as I like to call it(!) , which is basically the coloured line around your face - a bit like a mask, which shows where the foundation starts and your natural un-made up face starts. Eek! Never good, and I'm sure we've all been there. That's why when Maxfactor brought out . Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I am always on the look out for cheaper alternatives that my LÓreal True Match foundation, which I love, but for every day I would like to switch to something abit cheaper. I was recommended this Max Factor Seamless Liquid foundation by a close friend, who told me that she loved this and it was reasonably cheap or at least reasonably priced. I bought this for about £6.00 or just under in my local discount cosmetic store in the shade of golden, which I thought was the closest to my skin tone. The small plastic tube comes with 30ml worth of foundation and has a twist on and off lid. When you take the lid off there is a small hole where the foundation ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Max Factor Seamless Make Up I have now switched to another foundation as I really didn't get on with this foundation but I saw this in my makeup draw and decided to review it before I binned it! Max Factor & Company is an international cosmetics firm, founded in 1909 by Maximilian Faktorowicz (1877-August 30, 1938), Max Factor, a Polish-Jewish makeup artist for theRussian royal ballet. Max Factor is now owned by Proctor and Gamble who purchased the company in 1991. I first decided to buy this foundation after browsing in Boots. Their name is obviously well known and established so I decided to take a chance on their make up. I also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I have incredibly pale skin. A lot of foundations I've tried over the years give my skin a rather unnatural orangey tinge which I'm not really keen on. This one however thankfully doesn't do this, and ticks quite a few other boxes for me as well. The tube this comes in is 30ml, and the lid is also the base that it stands on - a bit like a lot of shower gels. To be honest the packaging is fairly non descript being for the most part a similar sort of colouring to the foundation inside it. The foundation itself comes in a variety of different shades, the one I use is 01 Porcelain which is pretty pale, but then so is my skin as I say so it suits me well. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/08 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I first tried this foundation as the previous maxfactor foundations I have tried have been very good and as this one is at least £3 cheaper than most of thier other ones I thought I would give it a try. It comes in a squeezy bottle which is easy to get the product out of and also useful for get most of the product out when it is nearly empty. The product itself has a good range of colours although in smaller stores it doesn't have the whole range. It is quite watery when it comes out so only squeeze the tube lightly. It gives good coverage on blemish free skin but it isn't very good for covering spots which I was quite disapppointed in as this is mainly why I ... Read the complete review
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