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As I mentioned before, days ago I got my first ELF products on the mail, because I am building a cheap makeup kit for cheap paying people so I wanted something really cheap, and considering that ELF has the only 6$ foundations (3$ if you get it with a coupon like i did) with a wide enough range twith a wide enough range to fit people of dark skintones I decided to go for it. And I promised all you gals I`d give every product a review from a professionals point of view.
I bought all 6 shades:
The Studio Line is quite more professional oriented, so it has a more chic packaging, actually reminds me of the Chanel Lumiere foundation bottles. They come with a pump, and as with every elf product, I am not liking the tiiiiiiiiny sticker that says the name of the product. The pump dispenses either very little product, or the foundation itslef is not very long way going. It does bring a little less product than the regular 1 oz foundations, but hey, for the price I paid, I cant complain.
They come in 6 skintones from a very light one I have not used yet, to a very dark one I have not used yet either. Comparing to Loreals True Match liquid which has 8 shades per undertone, and I used to buy all 8 W tones, there is something missing for sure, I had to mix 2 foundations to make the right color for a particular model. But this was just one particular case, it doesnt mean it will be yours.
Pretty good! I was actually impressed on its coverage, for such a cheap thing, I was expecting it to be a little less good.
I tried them on me, and my face did feel like I had applied makeup, as it would happen with 90% of all foundations out there so its no biggie, only if your like to feel something like Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation, this doesnt feel as light.
This is just 6 dollars and you can get it for 3 if you can catch a 50% off coupon... These will become my staple foundations in my cheap makeup kit.
Hope my review helps