Make Up For Ever isn’t the easiest of brands to get hold of in the UK, but it is available. I keep hearing rumours that MUFE are going to be in wider distribution, but at the moment it seems that it is just that – a rumour. I remember buying MUFE HD Foundation and being so disappointed with it – it didn’t live up to my expectations at all. However, I do love a good creme blush, and the new (to the UK) HD Blushes are gorgeous. I’m still failing to see what is HD about them, but nonetheless, they’re really wearable, buildable and flattering formulas.
I’m showing two of them here because – blogger fail – I dropped the third one and while it’s still usable, it doesn’t look that great! Above are shades 330 and 315.
I’ve swatched at strength so you can see how the colours come out (the nearest one is the one I dropped – it’s 225, a beautiful creamy peach. The blushes are £22.50 each HERE.
I’m genuinely not much of a powder fan – as you get older powder does your lines and wrinkles no favours at all, so it takes a special kind of powder to flatter older skin. The MUFE HD Powder finishes the skin perfectly, without exacerbating lines. It does that candle-lit glow which I have to admit I always thought was fictitious. You need the lightest of dusting (I used a kabuki) and I felt it really softened the look of my skin. The powder is £28.75 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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