A brand which I have really been getting into recently is Morphe, and so I really wanted to try out their new Fluidity Foundation & Concealer. Here is how I got on...
The Morphe Fluidity Foundation comes in a whopping sixty shades, which is incredible and so I thought I would be safe with choosing the lightest shade F1.100 as I have quite fair skin, but by no means the lightest skin around. For the Morphe Fluidity Concealer there are 31 shades available, and I opted for the third lightest C1.35 as this looked quite light on the website. However, F1.100 is by no means the lightest foundation I have come across, and I would definitely say it is a more warmer, ivory shade and next to the concealer it looks super dark in comparison.
The Concealer in shade C1.35 is definitely a light shade and works great for lightning areas of the face. It comes in a plastic tube with a twist-off lid and a sponge applicator which makes application around the eyes nice and easy. The formula is super creamy and gives a full coverage, blending easily into the skin to give a natural but well-covered finish. Morphe state that the concealer is supposed to give 16-hour wear, however I have never left my makeup on that long, but it definitely lasts throughout the day without budging or transferring. The shade suits my skin perfectly, which I could have done with for the foundation, and then I would normally go slightly lighter for my concealer. Unfortunately that is the one downside to online shopping and I don't have a Morphe store anywhere near where I live so I had to take a chance.
On to the foundation, and as mentioned, if you have pale skin, I don't think you will find a foundation to match your skin-tone unfortunately which I feel a little disappointed about seen as there are sixty shades. But, F1.100 is the lightest they have at the moment and it is such a shame because the formula is incredible. This foundation hides all your blemishes, is creamy and super blendable and gives an ultra-full coverage. I applied this in the morning (by adding some whitening drops) and it stayed in place all day long, giving a soft matte look to the skin - it is worth noting that this foundation is suitable for all skin types and I had no irritation whatsoever from it. Morphe claim this has 24 hour wear, so even longer than the concealer, but again I don't keep my makeup on that long so I can't say whether this is true or not.
Price-wise, they are just slightly higher than drugstore, with the Foundation coming in at £16 and the Concealer costing £9. Both products are definitely worth the price, I just wish the 'lightest' shades were a little lighter.
You can find the Fluidity range online at Morphe.
All the Loves,
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