The Best Liquid Foundation You Will Ever Try! Review and Swatches

So if you are anything like me you have tried just about every foundation that is on the market. I have oily/combination skin so most foundations just do not last on me. I had went into Sephora in search of a new foundation, when I came across the Lorac Natural Performance Foundation. I love Lorac as a company everything I have used I have enjoyed so I knew I had to try it out. I cannot imagine why this is not all over Youtube and beauty blogs as their favorite foundation. It's mine and I hope you try it and love it!

My shade is the lightest at NP1 -Porcelain 

Oil Free
Paraben Free
Fragrance Free 
The pump(i'm messy it has nothing to do with the packaging)

One pump usually covers my entire face

Blended out just with my fingers(I use a flat top brush or beauty blender) 
Hopefully, you can tell from this picture above how it does not settle into the fine lines. It gives your skin a nice glow without making you too oily or feel the need to blot. I do set my t-zone on long days but for a normal day out I will not.

They call it a natural long lasting foundation, and I will definitely agree with that. It does a great job combining both full coverage with natural finish. You do not feel like you have layers of makeup on, I don't have to use concealer with this foundation. The great side effect to this foundation is I feel confident in my skin no matter how long my days run. This is also a foundation that I will be adding to my kit. The pump keeps the foundation sanitary,and makes it easy to mix and blend shades. 

Who will this work for? 
Everyone, you just might want to try different applications. It's full coverage so if you have good skin maybe wet a beauty blender and do a lighter coverage. However, I think this is a must have for everyone who just wants a polished look.

I always want to find a new foundation, but for now I will be sticking with this one. I have not reached for another foundation since picking it up. Tell me have you tried it? What's your holy grail foundation?


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