Health & Beauty
13 Worst Foundations
Readers say these foundations will cake up, transfer onto your clothes, turn your face orange, and ruin the rest of your makeup
Why: One reader says, "to be honest, I threw away this foundation before I'd even used a quarter of it. It just wasn't worth it." As for the packaging, readers say it may "look cool, [but] it's incredibly bulky. The cap takes up over half of the packaging, which is a huge waste. I don't like the applicator, because using it directly on your skin potentially contaminates the liquid foundation, and could make it go bad faster than a pump applicator would, or a squeeze tube." The color selection is also subpar, making it "hard to match skin color to the swatches in the catalogue and it seems like they ran a bit dark and orange."
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