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: Readers say the packaging is cute and so is the tagline, "The Foundation Faker," but "if I'm paying $30 for a 'foundation faker' I would expect it to at least fade some light spots and partially disguise my dark circles," says one reader. For the most part, readers find this product to be just an "overpriced foundation-to-powder formula with a sponge" and it really performs more like a "primer with a bit of tint" in it.
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