Serum Foundations have become all the rave — and with good reason. They are lightweight and if formulated properly, offer fabulous coverage as well. Another major problem is that they can be a bit pricey and contain some unsavory ingredients. But not to worry! SheaMoisture to the rescue with their new SheaMoisture Weightless Serum Foundation. I’m so excited to have been given a this foundation to review for the Blinging Beauty!
SheaMoisture Weightless Shea Serum Foundation is a light, silky, fluid formula that blends easily with fingertips or a makeup sponge to provide light to medium coverage with a natural finish. Shades stay true. No ashy look. Feels comfortable, almost undetectable on the skin. Formulated with natural ingredients and blended with moisturizing Shea Butter and antioxidant-rich Vitamins C & E to nourish and protect skin.
Plastic bottle with pump dispenser and cap.
SheaMoisture Weightless Serum Foundation is truly lightweight and gives complete, yet light coverage. I use less than a pump for my entire face for a glowing flawless finish. It’s hard to believe that such a small amount of foundation goes so far but it does. I use a beauty blender for application and
I have oily skin and I don’t have oil break-through with SheaMoisture Weightless Serum Foundation, and I love that. Also, I find that it wears extremely well–after a day at work, my makeup is still intact. The color I use, Brown Blaze, truly matches and there isn’t any beige or ashiness to the foundation.
My skin looks and feels healthy while using SheaMoisture Weightless Serum Foundation, not like it’s suffocating under a thick layer of makeup. And I’m sure that’s because of the great ingredients in the foundation like Shea Butter.
Pro: Lightweight, natural finish, great coverage, a little goes a long way
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings — love the pump bottle
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Shea Butter and Vitamins C & E
Cruelty Free: Yes
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