Fit Me is a very liquid foundation, not a trace of powder or mattifying substance in it at all! Has a nice range of colours and a nice friendly and useful chart for matching your skintone. The chart helps to match you skintone with the foundation colours and a match concealor and powder. Not that I need help picking mind but for those of you who struggle to find the perfect colour it is very helpful! Anyway...I bought a more tanned foundation colour, no. 130 with matching powder 120. I have to say I really like the foundation. I love the consistency for my dry skin and also it has really good coverage. More of a medium coverage foundation but it is definently buildable. It does remain quite oily and liquid-like on the skin so if you don't like that finish or you don't like using a setting powder then this isn't the foundation for you. I use my Smanatha Chapman Real Techniques Buffing brush to apply. It's my ultimate foundation brush and if you have bought it already, I suggest you head to Boot's 3-for-2, perfect excuse for a purchase. (You'll find it in the 'Core Collection', the gold brushes.)
|Powder and Foundation. Picture quality is awful sorry, flash was playing havoc with my camera.|
Fit Me Setting Powder, probably one of the worst pigmented powdered I've ever come across! Even if you scrub your brush into the powder it still doesn't give off a great amount of powder. Very disappointed. I constantly have to top up my powder throughout the day, more times than usual and is a pain to be honest. I will persist though because you never know it might get better, although I don't hold out great hope for such a miracle.
|Powder. More bad picture quality, Sorry.|
I quite like the packaging! Clear glass bottle with a black lid and pump. I love foundation that come with pumps, they are better than those without pumps, I end up wasting a load of product. Not that case with Fit Me though. Powder packaging is also nice. The bottom lifts up and there is a powder puff and a big mirror. The actual powder pan itself doesn't appear to be that deep so I don't think it will be lasting long, and for €8.99 and the bad pigmentation, I would be expecting it to last a good long time.
As I said, Powder is €8.99 and Foundation is €11.99, currently on a special in Boots 'cos there new so now is the time to buy if you're going to try. There is also a Fit Me concealor and blusher too. However, the blusher is awful pigment and poor colour choices and I love my Collection 2000 concealer too much to change.
So in summary, I like the foundation, would defo buy more of these, but I don't think the powder is worth the money. Sums it up nicely I think...
Has anyone else tried this new foundation? Let me know in the comments what you think!!
Thanks for reading,