22. 02. 2020

YARDLEY STAYFAST FOUNDATION REVIEW

I couldn’t help but pick it up. It looked good ..I sound like am describing a piece of chicken. But no it’s the new Yardley Stayfast Foundation. I know some of you will be like wow you don’t learn.
A few months back I brought the new Yardley Stayfast Foundation. Things didn’t go according to plan. Well, in short, I broke out after a day that I used the Yardley Foundation in the Bonnie collaboration. After that, I honestly blacklisted the brand. Till now. Am truly hoping that it doesn’t disappoint me again.
 
 
The new Yardley Stayfast Foundation comes in a whopping 32 shades to ensure every woman has the perfect cover. Five shade spectrums are ranging from light, light-medium, medium, medium-dark to dark.
The thing about my last experience in picking a foundation was the undertones of the foundation were not so good. The foundation looked too orange. I had to lighten it up a bit.
 
There is a huge difference in skin tone and picking a shade. Your skin tone can change according to your skin condition and the environment. Your undertone on the other hand cant change. To understand your skin tone first then finding a foundation won’t be such a headache.
 
Most, not all brands tend to categories their down to the skin type whether you’re oily, dry, normal or combination, this new range of foundations delivers 24 hours of lightweight, matte coverage.
Now SPF and foundation for me is never a selling point. If you guys want me to do a post of SPF in foundations I will just comment down below. The new Yardley Stayfast Foundation, however, has an  SPF 20 factor for effective protection. So they say…
 
This foundation comes in a glass 30ml bottle with a plastic pump. Love how you can build it up. It was not smudge-proof and transfer-proof.
 
In conclusion, I feel this worth it. With the price sitting at R135 it’s perfect for the MUA’s to use it in their makeup kits. Due to the wide shade range been given.
I couldn’t help but pick it up. It looked good ..I sound like am describing a piece of chicken. But no it’s the new Yardley Stayfast Foundation. I know some of you will be like wow you don’t learn.
A few months back I brought the new Yardley Stayfast Foundation. Things didn’t go according to plan. Well, in short, I broke out after a day that I used the Yardley Foundation in the Bonnie collaboration. After that, I honestly blacklisted the brand. Till now. Am truly hoping that it doesn’t disappoint me again.
 
 
The new Yardley Stayfast Foundation comes in a whopping 32 shades to ensure every South African has the perfect cover. Five shade spectrums are ranging from light, light-medium, medium, medium-dark to dark.
The thing about my last experience in picking a foundation was the undertones of the foundation were not so good.
 
There is a huge difference in skin tone and picking a shade. Your skin tone can change according to your skin condition and the environment. Your undertone on the other hand cant change. To understand your skin tone first then finding a foundation won’t be such a headache.
 
Most, not all brands tend to categories their down to the skin type whether you’re oily, dry, normal or combination, this new range of foundations delivers 24 hours of lightweight, matte coverage.
Now SPF and foundation for me is never a selling point. If you guys want me to do a post of SPF in foundations I will just comment down below. The new Yardley Stayfast Foundation, however, has an  SPF 20 factor for effective protection. So they say…
 
This foundation comes in a glass 30ml bottle with a plastic pump. Love how hight coverage high foundation is. It was not smudge-proof and transfer-proof.
 
In conclusion, I feel this worth it. With the price sitting at R135 it’s perfect for the MUA’s to use it in their makeup kits. Due to the wide shade and undertone range been given.

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