Firstly this is a medium coverage foundation. It will cover most blemishes and dark circles which I really liked.
The bottle has a large nozzle so be careful when squeezing out the foundation as you only need a small amount. It had a beautiful creamy texture which was easy blend in to the face. I used a Real Techniques buffing brush which was perfect for the job.
I did have to use a little concealer around my eyes and on a pretty large spot but otherwise it done a great job giving me a beautiful clear complexion.
As the day wore on I thought my skin looked a little dehydrated. The foundation had settled in my frown lines and my laughter lines around my mouth (see how I don't say wrinkles!!!) but this is nothing that a quick buff with my makeup brush couldn't sort out.
As you can see from below I took a photo at 8.30 am and one at 8.30pm to show you how well the makeup had lasted.
I will say though if you have dry skin I don't think this foundation will do you any favours and because it sits in any lines and pores it would be more suitable for younger skin.
It really is perfect for teenagers and ladies in their 20's as it covers brilliantly and lasts all day.
You get 30mls for €4.99 and Wet n Wild is available from selected Dunnes Stores & pharmacies nationwide.
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