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#BEAUTY | Models Own foundation stick and colour chrome eyeshadow review

This foundation stick was about a 1 minute decision, I saw on their twitter that they released these and I bought it right there and then. I suppose I bought it so quick because I normally talk myself out of makeup purchases...when you have so many foundations, eyeshadows, lipsticks how do you justify another one aha *inner self - " there is no such thing as too many "
The price was also another reason for the purchase as at £9.99 it was worth a try, seeing as it is my first time using a stick foundation!


Its super compact, super easy to apply and to my surprise, (I cant say my expectations were that high...I was just being sceptical AF) so easy to blend! I think I lucked out on choosing the correct colour (15) as I wasn't sure which colour to go for but I guess I make better decisions under pressure! 
Are you wondering about coverage? I would say it is a medium to full coverage with the added bonus to touch up throughout the day without it looking patchy. 
pssst. it also has a built in primer! 


I wonder what the majority of you guys prefer, stick or liquid? or another type?


Even though I bought the foundation with my own money I also got a free product, I'm guessing it was an offer they was doing with the foundation sticks. Hands down the best free product ever!! If you haven't already, then now is the time you try the colour chrome eyeshadow. The pigment is epic, the cream consistency is a joy to blend and apply.....its just heaven.


It comes with a little mixing plate and a liquid primer to create a more foiled look, I used it without the primer but I think it doesn't need it! check it out 



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