When you love beauty as much as we all do, it’s not very often that one actually needs a product. We all more-or-less have way more than we need; everything else fits into the ‘want’ category.
But there is one product out there that any girl looking for a mattifying foundation with a velvety-smooth finish needs, and that product is Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse Foundation.
“Why?” you ask?
Here are a few reasons to get you started…
#1: IT GIVES FLAWLESS COVERAGE – FOR EVERYONE
The air-whipped foundation glides easily on to your skin and blends in effortlessly, leaving skin looking wonderfully radiant and shine-free. But here’s the best bit – the foundation won’t clog pores or irritate sensitive skin. The mousse is dermatologist and allergy tested and non-acnegenic, meaning that literally everyone can enjoy its velvety smooth coverage.
#2: IT DOESN’T CAKE
Let me repeat that: it doesn’t cake. At all. The lightweight formula contains a fancy shmancy thing called elasometric polymer technology, which basically means that it allows the foundation to appear as soft and weightless as it feels, and your skin won’t look dry, flaky or cakey. If that’s not a win, then I don’t know what is.
#3: IT’S PERFECT FOR SUMMER
A mattifying foundation is just the thing you need when the temperature starts to soar and the humidity is so high that you feel like you’re going to suffocate. Absorbent micropowders in the Dream Matte Mousse Foundation enhance that soft powdery finish by reducing shine and controlling excess oil production, so your skin will look as fresh as ever on a hot summer’s day. Plus, the foundation has SPF 15, so you’ll be protected from those harsh UV rays, too.
#4: IT’S A CLASSIC
Did you know that Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse has been around for almost 10 years? And that it’s still Australia’s number one matte foundation? True story. With stats like that, it’s pretty darn obvious why this foundation is a beauty staple you need to get your hands on. Like, right now.
Have you tried Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse Foundation? What do you look for in a mattifying foundation?