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REVIEW: Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation - Shade 2

Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation Review


Review Of Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation


Guest Post By: Shabby

Lakme has been a known name to all of us from childhood. Our mothers have blindly picked up Lakme products and still may favor them. So this blind faith comes with lakme’s effort to offer product specially formulated for Indian skin types and shades. For a daily wearable foundation I picked this product and I have finished up my first bottle and currently using up my second one.

Lakme claims-
Invisible finish foundation offers perfect blending and full coverage for flawless almost invisible finish . well, it does blend in quite well but in terms of coverage it provides a medium to full coverage. It is a liquid foundation which is not runny . the packaging is quite sleek with a scoop provided under the lid to take out product with ease. The foundation has the smell of the typical Lakme foundations. The main problem I find is the shade choices are quite limited and the shades are marked using numbers. The shade ‘2’ is suitable for fair to medium toned ladies with a slight yellowish undertones. But do check at a lakme counter for the best choice.

Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation Review

Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation Review

Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation Review

Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation Review

Price Of Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation

Rs 185 for 25ml 

Pros:
1. Price is affordable
2. The foundation is water based 
3. Has SPF 8 for sun protection 
4. Sleek packaging and easy to carry while travelling 
5. Has an inbuilt spatula to scoop out foundation resulting in less wastage 
6. Easy to blend 
7. Shades are produced keeping in mind Indian skin tones 
8. Very light weight and easy to remove 

Cons: 
1. Sun protection of SPF 8 could have been better 
2. Shades marked with numbers 
3. Limited shades

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