Usually when I am going to make a beauty purchase, I do my research. I either go to Sephora or Ulta and try the product out or check reviews out online.
So I wanted a new foundation. I went to Sephora and tried a few different full coverage foundations. I ended up falling in love with Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able foundation. The coverage really was full coverage, yet VERY light weight. Sadly, I ended up not purchasing the foundation that day. My conscious kicked in and said “Do your REALLY need another foundation?” I said no, put it down and walked away.
Days passed and I couldn’t get the foundation off my mind. I raved about how awesome it was to some co-workers and really regretted not getting it. Then one day, I check my inbox and I had a $15 off code from Sephora. The foundation is $55 so of course I was like “This is the ubiverse telling me I should buy this foundation”. I called every Sephora near me (there are 3 near me; 1 is 5 minutes away and the other 2 are 15 minutes away) NONE of them carried that foundation. The only other one that I knew for sure had it was the one where I tried it out but that is about 1 hour away from where I live and it was a weekend so I said nope, not going that far. I ended up just purchasing it online because they had free shipping, I also got a free deluxe sample and 3 other regular samples.
So I get my order a few days later and I was so excited to use it. I used it the next day. I made the mistake of using to much of it. I didn’t realize a little really does go a long way with that foundation.
I literally only need put a dot on my forehead, nose cheeks, chin, right above my lip and near my jaw. I mean like the tiniest little dot. The coverage is awesome, I sometimes forget I even have it.
So it is a bit expensive, but like I said you only need a tiny amount so I can see this foundation lasting me a long time. So for the price it is definitely worth it. The foundation really is just amazing.
Check out the picture of me with no foundation vs. a picture with the Marc Jacobs Re(Marc)able foundation.
No filter on either picture.