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27-08-2004
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There is a new drug store product I think by Mableline.. I am not sure. It is like a moose-whipped foundation and I think it looks really good. I went to a store and they didn't have it in yet- But I was just wondering if anyone knows what I am talking about and has any comments or reviews on it. Thanks in advance!

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Oh god I said mouse!

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not that i'm wearing it often, but i've been using mousse foundation since January, mine is from good old Max Factor (it was an emergency choice) and i was surprised to see that it looks very very natural.

supposedly it adjusts to one's natural skin colour,
well, i think it really works

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I have tried it and it works well with my skin type. The product goes on smooth and the coverage lasts all day.

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Quote:
Originally posted by Lena@Aug 27 2004, 10:55 PM
not that i'm wearing it often, but i've been using mousse foundation since January, mine is from good old Max Factor (it was an emergency choice) and i was surprised to see that it looks very very natural.

supposedly it adjusts to one's natural skin colour,
well, i think it really works
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i think you will love this Ale.. its really good for what it is,
supposedly its working with nanocapsules

>max factor colour adapt /skin tone adapting make-up <
creamy ivory, 40

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I just saw it yesterday... it looks like chocolate whipped cream. I may try it, now.... even though it's *yikes* Maybelline.

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In all sincerity, I hate Maybelline's mousse foundation - mainly because it claims to be matte and it isn't. It's fine if that's not what you're looking for, but I was a little disappointed by the false advertising. It IS irresistable to the touch, though - it has this smooth, frothy consistency. I wanted to dig my fingers into it and make a mess but I had to control myself!!!

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I got some, but it's too damn dark for me. I wish it was easier to tell in the packaging. Pffft. It applied really well save for the fact that it was too dark.

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Originally posted by Lena@Aug 30 2004, 11:49 PM
i think you will love this Ale.. its really good for what it is,
supposedly its working with nanocapsules

>max factor colour adapt /skin tone adapting make-up <
creamy ivory, 40
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I will love to check it out, even though I haven't been wearing makeup for almost a month and a half, cause a month ago I got another peel for my last acne scars on my face, and im doing preety much well, I do use SPF all the time, but not makeup, but im looking for something lightweight to start using, so I will check that one out, merci Lena!

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I bought it today and I really like it I was surprised how much I liked it - I usually don't like Maybeline but I am really happy with it!!! The packaging was very difficult to chose the color - I decided to get the color one shade lighter than I picked out - and it worked very well!! and yes it is very fun to touch!!

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Pros: great Caramel colour. Feels really nice on the fingertips and upon application on the face. Very good medium/high coverage. Cheap cheap price.

Cons: it's WAY too matte for me - was super drying to my already dry skin (even though i was wearing 100% shea butter underneath). Soooooo drying that it made my skin look DULL - ick!

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I was given one a few years ago its certainly not a new concept - i don't really use liquidy foundations just powder normally.

I thought that the mousse was good - but i'm always very wary of using waterbased foundations in fear of looking like i've been donatella versace'ed, you see so many girls where i live who go mad with the foundation and just look totally orange - so i'm pretty careful.

I think its definately a good product for frequent foundation users...not for me though.

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I havve tried the shu uemura one. Goes on light and evens out complexion and has spf 15 in it. It's especially great for the summer. Only thing is the package is not the best, it can leak from the top a bit.

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