Chances are if you saw one of the thousands of social media videos in the last few weeks about KVD’s new Good Apple foundation, you may have a sudden need for a full-coverage second skin. What many saw after the first wave of excitement was a second wave of videos showing people with various skin types sharing some not so favorable results.
For oily, aging and textured skin, Good Apple at times fell a little flat. One size doesn’t always fit all and with something as particular as foundation, ease of application, longevity and wearability are all factors that can change depending on the wearer. Here, we share five other medium to full coverage foundations to try based on your specific skin type.
For Dry Skin
This reformulated light, buildable Studio Fix foundation melts like a moisturizer into skin and transforms into a matte powder finish without clogging pores. It feels lightweight, gives incredible coverage and light-diffusing properties soften lines to create a flawless finish.
When NARS says 16-hours of long-wear without budging, they mean it! This buildable foundation glides on easily but dries down to a beautiful, soft blurred effect that makes it look like you’re walking around with an Instagram stories filter on your face.
For Mature Skin
You don’t have to worry about makeup that settles in your creases with this lightweight liquid foundation that covers everything while leaving skin looking dewy and fresh. It’s sweat-proof, transfer-resistant and mask-friendly, which makes it an instant keeper.
For Acne-Prone Skin
Breakouts feel much worse when your makeup puts your skin concerns on full display. This medium to full coverage second skin contains 2-percent salicylic acid which helps clear out acne-causing bacteria and an aloe-based gel to soothe stressed out skin.
For Uneven Skin Tone
Weightless yet full coverage, just a little bit of these silky drops go a long way without ever being cakey. Use alone or mix with moisturizers, serums and sunscreen for a supercharged skin care effect.