"Collection 2000 Colour Match Foundation contains a unique skin tone technology that adapts to the skin’s natural tone and works to enhance, correct and harmonise, delivering a subtle, flawless look that lasts.
With an additional hydrating complex and super safe SPF20 protection, you can count on Collection 2000 Colour Match Foundation to keep your skin moisturised, fresh and gorgeously glowing."
There's 6 shades available to choose from and you need to bear in mind that when they say the foundation will adapt to skins natural tone, this doesn't mean that you can purchase any of the 6 shades and expect it to just match. Thats not going to happen. Obviously you choose the shade closest to your skin tone.
I was sent two shades to try out and number 2 and number 3 natural. On first impressions fair ndid infact look like it would be too dark for me and I started to think that maybe number 1 would be more my shade. However once I started to apply it, it really did adapt perfectly to my skin tone and was a perfect match. The coverage is light to meduim, which actually doesn't benefit me at the moment, as my skin is in a bit of a state with hormal breakout, so I need a more heavier coverage. I am looking forward to when my skin clears though, as the finish leaves a quite impressive dewy look to the skin. As its so light is it also perfect for the summer weather were having lately.
I do think this is more suitable for those with Normal/Combination skin as I was a little dry on my forehead (through Retinol Use) and the foundation seemed to emphisise my dryness.
You will like this if:
- You like a light/meduim coverage
- You have normal/combination or oily skin
- You like a dewy finish
Skip this if:
- You prefer a heaveir coverage
- You have dry skin or suffer with dry patches
- You prefer a matte finish
RRP £5.99 Available nationwide in Superdrug from 31 August and Boots from 7 September