Today im going to review Avon Ideal Flawless Invisible Coverage Cream To Powder Foundation in the shade nude. Since its winters and this is a cream foundation, so this is probably a good time to give you guys some info on this.
Avon Claims:This is an invisible coverage cream to powder foundation, Super light weight formula glides on as a cream with the light texture of a powder. Gives medium to full coverage. Wears for 8 hours.
My Review:Starting off with the packaging, its a small black compact case which flips open and close.The lid has a mirror inside it. Inside is the small pan in which the foundation is present. The plate with the foundation in it lifts up and under it is a compartment for a sponge to apply the foundation (sorry guys I have lost the sponge so don't have a picture of it :p). Over all packaging is very convenient and nice.
Now on to the product, it has a plastic-y smell. The texture is really creamy. On application it feels creamy too. It gives a medium coverage which is buildable. But building it might make it cakey. Even tough avon says its a cream to powder foundation but it doesn't really set or turn to powder :/ so even if you touch your face, it will probably leave a distortion in the foundation. It glides on as a cream alright but stays gliding on your face :p. It transfers way too easily. Applying it with the given sponge was a nightmare, it was all streaky. The best way to apply it evenly and without the streaks was with fingers.
Oilies and combination skins, this is not for you. I would recommend it for people with very dry skins, this just might suit them, and also if you're using this, use it in winters, it feels a bit heavy and oily on the face. Staying power is 5ish hours if you use a primer and a setting powder/setting spray and don't touch anything to your face.
-Good packaging-Easy to travel with
-Might suit dry skinned people
Cons:-Very less product for its price
-stays creamy, doesn't set to a powder
-doesn't set at all