Hello ladies. How’s winter treating you? I’m not sure of cold but I’m sure your quilts are cuddling you with love all through the night. There are endless reasons to love winter. But along with the chilly weather it also brings a new skin care routine wherein the products of our daily use have to be changed a little and few new ones have to be adapted to. Today I’m going to review one such product that one can use whole year round no matter what the nature has in store for you. so here is Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 Review.
In the quest of search of products for dressing my skin flawlessly, i came across this amazing foundation from Max factor. I’m not that great fan of Maxfactor products but this one I completely love. When the SA first showed it to me I was n’t really convinced to buy it since the packaging isn’t much appealing, but then when the SA repeatedly asked me to try it once, I was convinced by its results and bought the shade which matched my skin tone. My skin is neither dark nor very fair and therefore I picked the foundation in SAND 60. Let’s see the detailed review:
Price of Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 : Rs. 650/- for 11.5g
Ingredient : Missing
Direction to use : Use the sponge provided and apply the quantity required to the centre of your face and then blend outwards. Use a foundation brush if required for flawless application.
Smell : Mild
Shelf Life : 12 months
Color : I’m using SAND 60. There are around 8 shades available.
What Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 claims
There nothing really mentioned on the product but online it says that it is a unique solid to liquid formula to give you a flawless base with one easy application. It also says that one application and you won’t need a powder or a concealer.
My experience with Max factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation
The very first thing I noticed was that the name is a little misleading since it says a liquid foundation where as Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 is a creamy semi liquid kind of foundation. When I first applied it, I was completely drooling to buy this product. I have a tanned, combination skin and therefore I chose to buy a shade darker than the lightest shade in this range.
Talking of the packing, as I said Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 is not very appealing. The foundation is a dollop stored in a round flat glass packing with two compartments; one is the dollop and the other is to store the applicator sponge. I like the fact that the sponge has a separate storage area so that the foundation doesn’t stick to the sponge that’s also kind of hygienic. The foundation storage is a little messy since it is semisolid and therefore it slides to the other side of the packing than where it actually sits.
The application is quiet simple and easy. The sponge perfectly and easily glides the product on the skin like butter on the toast. The sponge can be washed with soap and water after use and stored back for hygiene purpose. Very less quantity of the foundation is required to cover up the entire face. The thing I best love about Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 is that it gives my skin a soft glow while not making it look caked up in makeup. Also, its lasting power is worth the appreciation. Therefore I can wear this on long days out. But for parties I do feel the need to apply a pressed powder over this base. The spots are not perfectly covered up and therefore at times you’ll require a concealer for that perfect flawless look. Otherwise Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 is a great product to have in your makeup kit.
Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation Sand 60 is a great semi-fluid foundation with not so great packaging. It gives skin a natural look without making it look caked up in makeup and therefore I can wear it for any occasion.
Good about Max factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation
- Gives a soft glow
- Travel friendly
- Smooth texture
- Easily blends in the skin
- A separate compartment for sponge
- Gives a decent coverage
- Long stay power
- Quantity provided for as against the charge is pretty good
Bad about Max factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation
- Missing details about the ingredients and claims.
- Doesn’t contain SPF
- It still requires for one to use a pressed powder or concealer for party look.
- The container gets messy due to the gliding of the foundation
Availability : Online
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 3.5/5 ♥♥♥•