I am always on the hunt to find the best foundation and sometimes it surprises me when i try something i never thought i would, its the case with the Ben Nye Media Pro HD Foundation* I didn't think i would like creams because i always had quite not so good experiences with them but these are quite interesting.
Pigmentation and Colour
This foundation actually really surprised me because it can give really sheer natural coverage or you can build it up and it will still look natural but with coverage, i love the texture of the foundation its really creamy and blends like a dream unlike some other cream foundations which are quite thick and don't really do well on dry skin these look gorgeous! not to mention having 37 different shades to choose from you will definitely find your match
The wear time on these foundations are really good because they won't dry out or slip off while your wearing it i found once you apply it its on and it stays on i got a full days use out of it so around 7/8 hours worth of wear i did set the under eyes with a bit of powder then uses the Urban Decay setting spray.
I think it would be best for normal/combo and dry skin as its quite oily but if you prep your skin properly and use a setting spray and powder you shouldn't have any bother
I'm not actually too keen on the packaging because before i had even used one of the foundations the lid had broken clean off which is never good with a product aside from the brakeage the packaging is a small compact with a clear lid its nothing new or special but i would change the packaging to something more robust
You can get these foundations from Pam London at www.preciousaboutmakeup.com/ or from their shop in London. This product comes with 18g of product for £17 which is average if not below for the type of professional foundation like this
Price and Where to Buy
The Good and The Bad
The Good?- I love the shade range and texture
The Bad?- I dont like the packaging
What do you think of this Foundation?
Have you tried Ben Nye before?