Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation Review

I have wanted to try this product out for the longest time and now that Wet n Wild is finally available in the UK, I got my hands on it! Wet n Wild has been out a few months here but I wanted to wait until I could see this product in store to make sure that I got the right shade.
Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation Review
Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation Review
Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation Review
This is the Photo Focus Foundation from Wet n Wild and retails for £6 at Boots and Beauty Bay. It is vegan and cruelty-free. I have heard so many good things about this product from so many different beauty YouTubers and my friend Chelsea says this foundation is as good as the Fenty Beauty one! And having tried it, I would have to agree with her! I can't believe how good this foundation is for the price, it's such a bargain! The shade range isn't the best, at least for UK stockists,  and I wear the lightest shade available.

The foundation itself is has been tested under seven light conditions with and without the use of flash to feature a light-adjusting complex that will prevent any white cast in photos. I honestly don't take selfies enough to be able to confirm this claim but I did try it in flash and it didn't make me look ghostly! It features a matte finish that is said to be your skin, only better! It has a high-performing, skin perfecting formulation that has been specialised to give your skin, #nofilter perfection. I adore this product and if I'm being perfectly honest, this is the first high street foundation I have used in probably a year. While I love the high street, I found myself investing in products rather than quantity last year but this foundation is just as good, if not better than many of my luxury base products.

I love that it has a spatula style applicator as you can apply it directly to the face before blending. I also love the coverage that I can achieve when I use a damp beautyblender, it's definitely almost full coverage without looking heavy or cakey on the skin. You can tell that you have foundation on so it isn't going to give you the same effect that the IT Cosmetics CC Cream would but it does look more like your skin enhanced rather than being covered in makeup. It can cover my redness and acne with ease and even though it has a matte finish, it's more of a natural matte and doesn't look dry on the skin.

I have combination skin, my T-Zone is oily and I have some extremely dry patches on my cheeks at the moment and this foundation works brilliantly for me. It doesn't cling to my dry patches or draw attention to them but it also keeps my T-Zone oil-free for hours. I don't find that it settles into any lines or my pores throughout the day and I don't often need to touch up! I haven't been using a primer or setting spray while I have been testing this out for the last two weeks or so and it does hold up well throughout the day. I would say that it lasts for at least eight hours on my skin which I think is brilliant for only being £6!

The Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation is available - HERE.


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