Foundation Friday: Milani Screen Queen

–Weightless feel
–Light to medium, buildable coverage
–Blends seamlessly
–Blurs imperfections
–Luminous, natural-skin finish
–Helps fight the signs of digital damage
–Formulated for all skin types, tones, and ages

–$13.99 at Ulta,
–$11.99 at Target
–$11.99 at Wal Mart

Shade Range
–My shade: 100 Classic Alabaster

–Packaging, pump!
–Shade range
–Cruelty free
–Shade match for me
–Blurred pores
–Easy to blend

–Cakey around the mouth with matte and luminous powders
–Not long lasting :: broke up in some areas by the end of the day

Final Thoughts
Medium coverage foundations are all the rage right now and even though I prefer full coverage, I’m testing them out. This one claims to have light to medium coverage, but I think it’s more sheer to light. One layer is very sheer and two layers provides light coverage. I used some of my Makeup Revolution concealer to spot conceal some blemishes. Both of my go-to powders, elf Halo Glow & Coty Airspun, caused the area around the mouth to look very cakey and like it could crack and they don’t do that with other foundations. The foundation with the Revlon Pore Reducing Primer practically made my pores disappear which was amazing. This broke up on my forehead and chin by the end of the day so it is definitely not long lasting. The first day I tried this with the Coty Airpsun, the second day I wore the elf Halo Glow, and on the third day, I mixed this in with another foundation and set it with the Fenty powder and it was perfect. I mixed with the Milani 2-in-1 Foundation. I like that foundation, but I can’t wear it on its own, but the two together are great. I was able to find a way to make this work, but I still don’t love this. It’s a no from me, dawg.

Primers: CYO + Pretty FreshRevlon Pore ReducingHard Candy Primer Spray
Powders: Coty Airspun, elf Halo Glow in Light, Fenty Pro Filt’r in Butter
Sprays: Colour Pop Pretty Fresh Hydrating SprayMorphe Continuous Setting Mist
Tools: It Cosmetics Star BrushBlendiful, Sonia Kashuk Sponge


Before & After
No makeup :: Foundation only :: Full face



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