Philosophy Miracle Worker Foundation Review

Philosophy Miracle Worker Foundation

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Price: $40

Rating: 5/5

1 oz.

“Experience the benefits of Miracle Worker skin care in Philosophy’s Miracle Worker Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 30. It’s liquid makeup that helps improve the signs of aging, even after you take it off. Achieve natural looking, medium coverage in a weightless formula that doesn’t feel heavy and won’t settle into lines or pores. Let your skin reflect its ageless beauty.

Key Benefits:
Visibly takes up to 5 years off your complexion
Helps to improve radiance and tone, even after you take it off
All-day, natural-looking coverage”

Pros:

  • light consistency
  • medium coverage that is build-able and looks natural
  • does not clog pores
  • easy to apply and blend
  • does not feel heavy on the skin, very lightweight
  • long lasting
  • does not oxidize
  • radiant finish
  • has SPF 30

Cons:

  • there is a small range of shades
  • the price

This product is everything I look for in a foundation. The coverage is build-able and doesn’t create a cake face. Having a foundation that is build-able is great because it’s versatile, with one application medium coverage is created and if wanting full coverage, just add more foundation. It definitely gives a natural looking finish with a bit of radiance (I wouldn’t say it’s dewy). I have combination skin, some parts are oily and some dry. This foundation did not crease or flake, especially around my dry areas.

The consistency is perfect for a medium coverage foundation, it isn’t too thick or thin. It’s very easy to blend and goes on effortlessly with a beauty blender (I haven’t tried a brush yet). A little goes a long way which is great. I love that it has anti-aging benefits and SPF 30, wearing a foundation every day that benefits my skin makes me feel a lot better about wearing it.

I love the simple packaging and the shape of the bottle. I also love that the packaging says exactly what the foundations purpose is.

The main flaws are that it is an expensive foundation, so I suggest getting a sample before buying to see if it works with your skin. There are only 8 shades (at Ulta) which isn’t very accommodating to everyone.

I hope you enjoyed this review and please don’t forget to subscribe to my blog for future updates! If you’ve tried this foundation, let me know what you think!

 

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