MATCHCo is a revolutionary foundation product developed to match your exact skin tone. Each and every bottle of foundation is formulated for your specific skin tone shade. You can’t just walk into your local makeup store and buy this foundation. That’s what makes it so special and unique.
MATCHCo’s foundation is available for purchase exclusively through their iPhone app. It super simple to get set up and matched for the right shade of foundation. In natural lighting with no makeup on, just tap the camera to different areas of your face when the app tells you to. Once complete you’re ready to order your custom foundation! Shipping is super fast too. Within a week you should have your very own personalized foundation.
I’ll admit, I was kind of weary about trying this foundation at first. How exactly am I supposed to trust my iPhone camera to capture my skin tone correctly? Well after tapping my phone to my face in good indoor lighting, in the middle of the night, my custom foundation was ready to be blended.
I normally have a very oily t-zone, dry cheeks, and cystic acne, so I lean towards full coverage foundations for everyday use. I’ve now been using my custom blended MATCHCo foundation for a month and to my shock, I love it! There are only two other foundations I love, and I can now add this one to my regular makeup routine.
First, the shade matched my skin tone perfectly all the way from my forehead to blending down past my jawline.
Second, it provides all day, full coverage. My acne and scars are completely covered, and the foundation stays in place all day.
Third, and most surprising, my oiliness stayed under control. I always prime my skin to help the oiliness and set with a finishing powder. I do with this foundation as well, but I find myself reaching for the oil blotting sheets less often when I wear this foundation.
It’s so lightweight, natural looking, long lasting, and matches perfectly that I would highly recommend trying MATCHCo if you are on the hunt for a new foundation. Even if you’re not, you should try it.
Compensation/Product for this post was provided by MATCHCo. The opinions expressed herein are mine alone and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of MATCHCo.
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