Today I am sharing with you my thoughts on No7 Airbrush Away Foundation and how I think it is a pretty good dupe for a luxury brand's own foundation....
It delivers buildable coverage whilst blurring the appearance of fine lines and pores.
Clever optical blurring powders give a velvet yet radiant finish, like your complexion has been placed into soft focus.
No7 Airbrush Away Foundation also contains Berryflux Vita to hydrate and care for skin. Non pore blocking. Hypo-allergenic.
How to Use
For Best Results
Always shake before use
To draw the foundation up in to the dropper ensure that the cap is fully screwed down
Squeeze the bulb gently to dispense a few drops onto the back of your hand and then, starting from the centre of your face, blend outwards using a foundation brush.
As you will see from the swatches the foundation is fairly runny, thus it is easy to apply and glide over the skin, blending in without any drag. It's quite strange really as even though it blends and leaves a nice, flawless finish, it feels as though it is sitting on top of the skin if you happen to touch your skin.
The finish is ever so slightly powdery but bright and radiant and the look lasts all day. It smooths lines, hides pores, covers redness and looks really natural. My skin but better and who doesn't want that!?
I really like it for an everyday foundation. As I mentioned right at the very top, I found this really similar in texture and finish to the YSL Fusion Ink Foundation and it is half the price!
Below I have added swatches and a full face shot of me wearing No7 Airbrush Away Foundation.
The shade I am wearing is Calico
Swatch of Calico
Wearing No7 Airbrush Away Foundation in Calico
No7 Airbrush Away Foundation 30ml costs £16.50