I am a matte lover. Be it lipsticks, eye shadows or foundation, I prefer matte. Off late, I have been using the Lotus Matte foundations, but I wanted to try something new. So, I ended up buying this matte foundation from Deborah Milano. Moreover, its a matte foundation for oily to combination skin, which grabbed my attention. Read further to know how this foundation worked for me:
Deborah Milano Color Copy Foundation is specially blended with Micro Silica for providing smooth and soft skin for hours. It is an example of absolute advanced foundation that matches the skin tone for particular skin types. It also contains SPF 15 for providing complete protection from UV rays.
- Matches skin tone for specific skin types.
- Formulated with Micro Silica for smooth skin.
- Features SPF 15 for protection from UV rays.
- Provides soft skin for hours.
What is it made of ?
Common ingredients found in foundation are Deionized water, Sunflower Oil, Octyl Methoxycinnamate, Sodium PCA, Tridecyl Neopentanoate, Glucose Oxidase, Glucose, Mica, Lactoperoxidase, Lauroyl Lysine and Dimethicone Copolyol Beeswax.
How To Use:
Apply it gently all over your face and neck. Massage it with fingertips till it blends with your skin tone to give you flawless complexion.
Rs. 596 for 30 ml. You may avail at discounted price once in a while, from the online stores.
My Take on Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation:
The foundation packing is sturdy with a cream-colored tube and a turquoise green cap. Its a twist open cap. This will easily fit in your vanity pouch and can be carried around without any fear or leakage or spillage.
Okay, now the shade, I picked the 02 Matte Sand which is a slightly medium shade, suitable for medium to dusky skin tones.
The foundation is the mousse type, creamy. Only a little product actually comes out even when you squeeze it too hard, but that little amount is enough to cover the entire face. The mousse has no smell or fragrance. How quick does it blend, very easily. There is no hard work required in blending. It takes a few seconds and it sets nicely on the skin.
Speaking about the coverage, I would state that its average. I have plenty of acne scars on my cheeks and it does not give full coverage.
The staying power is good enough, stays around for 6 hours, which is fair enough. I am really happy that it does not make my face look oily. It retains that fresh look for a good 5-6 hours. It does not give that cakey, whitish look in your photographs.
What I Like about Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation:
- Sturdy packing which is travel friendly and would easily fit in your makeup kit.
- Matte finish and meant for oily to combination skin types.
- Medium coverage.
- Good staying power of 5-6 hours.
- No cakey look.
- Blends easily.
What I Do Not Like about Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation:
- Nothing as such, but the price is a bit on the higher side.
Will I Repurchase Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation?
Yes, but this tube is going to last for another 2-3 months, as I take very little to cover the face fully.
Do I Recommend Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation?
Yes, for oily skinned beauties.
Final Word on Deborah Milano Colour Copy Foundation:
If you are looking for matte finish foundations and you are an oily-skinned girl, then give this a try. I’m sure you would like it.
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