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So recently I bought the Smashbox Studio Skin Foundation from Sephora. I’ve had this foundation before and I absolutely loved it, so I’m not exactly sure why I never went and restocked when I ran out! Lately I‘ve been using a lot of drug store product so I wanted to get myself a higher end brand of foundation just to have. I want to give you guys just a basic run down of the product, (price, coverage, consistency, blend ability, etc). So the Smashbox Studio Skin Foundation can be found in Sephora or Ulta, and it costs $36 per bottle. The bottle is 1 fl. Oz or 30 ml. It has a medium to full buildable coverage, and it’s a hydrating foundation. I personally feel that it has a great shade range, so there is definitely something in there for my chocolate beauties. It blends out easy with a beauty blender or a kabuki brush and it doesn’t dry super quick so you can also take your time while blending! It’s also transfer resistant (meaning it won’t get on your clothes) and it doesn’t oxidize on the skin (I can attest to that! This product is also oil free so if you have oily skin you can probably get away with wearing this.

I really do like this foundation. I feel like it can be overlooked sometimes in the beauty industry but I def feel like this is a great buy and it’s worth the money. The price point isn’t cheap, but it’s also no ridiculously expensive either. I will say that it does LAST. I wore this foundation all evening yesterday and didn’t have to blot my face once. It photographs flawlessly, and my face didn’t feel dry or caked. Take a look at this photo I took last night:

This photo was taken with flash from an iPhone XR (I am a shade 4.4)! The foundation looks GORGEOUS! Also, when I got home, my face did not look one bit of greasy.

I will say, this is a product that fits all around for all skin types. I have combination skin. I didn’t have one issue. Wearing this last night reminded me of why I fell in love with it in the first place!

If you try it, please let me know how it works for you!

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