Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Review: Pur HydraFluid Water Serum Foundation

*Disclosure* Products featured were provided for review. All opinions are 100% honest and my own, like always!

Hey guys! I was able to try out the Pur HydraFluid Foundation, and I have a few opinions on it. 

Here is some info on the product from the Pur website:

PÜR’s encapsulated water complex delivers Swiss Alps-sourced water to hydrate the skin for lasting radiance while providing silky, medium coverage. HydraFluid water serum foundation is incomparably lightweight yet offers the perfect amount of coverage and satisfies the desire for dewy, breathable, luminous looking skin. This is the chosen foundation to create “bare-looking” but perfect complexion whatever your skin tone or type. Water sourced from the Swiss Alps is known for its high purity and is the ideal mineral water to refresh skin.

Pur is cruelty free, each of these foundations cost $39, and there are 5 shades in the line: Light, Medium, Tan, Dark and Deep. 

Alright, my only real gripe is the color selection. I have a hard time finding foundations that are good for my really fair, cool toned skin. The lightest shade here is noticeably darker than my natural, pale as heck skin. Somehow, I was able to make it work by blending it in really well with a Beauty Blender and setting with a translucent powder. Throughout the day though, it did oxidize on me, and my husband even asked what was wrong with my face. 

Despite the bad color selection, this foundation is actually pretty nice. It did end up blending well, lasted about 4-5 hours before I noticed my skin become shiny, and it feels super lightweight, which will make it perfect for the hot Summer weather. You have to shake it up really well before you use it, since it is very liquid-y. I could see this foundation being a go-to if I had the correct shade.

Pur, if somehow you're reading this, please come out with a Fair shade! I, and many other pale girls, will be immensely grateful! 

Overall, I really feel this is a nice foundation for a variety of skin types. I'm oily, so I do have to set with powder, but I think dry skinned people will really enjoy this. If you have a skin tone that would work with this foundation, I'm jealous.

What do you think about this foundation?

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