This is so sad…Max Factor has been around FOREVER.
I was going to go foundation hunting this weekend, and Max Factor was first on my list of things to try. Boo.
I’m looking up reviews on cheap makeup (Revlon, Maybelline, , etc.). None of them seem combination-skin-friendly! @#$#@$^@! (Imagine a 30 second sound bite strewn with obscenities and references to tea-bagging) .
Oh and Maybelline sucks donkey balls. I know I’ve already said it, but I’ll say it again – what is up with the small amount of shades they have?! MEH.
Benefit has a concealer that looks amazing (I’ve been told you can just use that instead of foundation because it covers imperfections so well), but it’s 26 DOLLARS [As opposed to euros or conch shells? - editor's note]. *sniff*
I’ve never usedfoundation before, so I’m going to buy some tomorrow!
I’m most likely going to buy their Pan-Stik foundation, and if they have it, their Pancake one. I really want the pancake one to be there, because in its heydaywas their spokesperson for it! Which means it’s a vintage product! And you know I loves the vintage. But I heard it can be hard to find, so cross your fingers!
Update: Just found out Pan-Stik is vintage too! Below is an ad for Pancake from 1952.