Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation | Review

Heyyyy!!!! Happy Summer!!! ✿❀☼ I hope you all have been doing good so far 

I’ve been wanting to talk about this product for a while now. Which one you ask? The Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation! I was looking for a new long-lasting full coverage foundation and of course I headed to Sephora. I wanted to stay away from foundations that would cake up on me or that had a dewy-finish. I live in Miami, where it’s humid & hot so a dewy-finish was out of the question. I needed a matte full coverage product.

Bare face. Only moisturizer/primer. I always do my eyes first.

The first time I applied the foundation, I put way too much and therefore my face was an oily, cakey mess. Ehh not cute! I realized ok first of all I was totally using the wrong moisturizer under the foundation. First I applied a layer of the Dr. Murad Oil Control Mattifier moisturizer and let it sit and soak into my skin for a good 10 minutes. After, I applied a tiny bit of the Smashbox primer and let that sit for 5 minutes. I used half a pump of the Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation onto the back of my hand and dotted it on my face, specifically targeting my “problem” areas. I then used my Sigma F84 brush to buff out and blend the foundation evenly on my face. (See pictures below).

AdPress the foundation into your skin, then blend with your brush.
This helps with the staying power & an even application.

WHAT A DIFFERENCE! After applying the foundation, I then set it with a powder (NARS Pressed Powder), finished the rest of my face, and set everything with a makeup setting spray. I followed the same steps two more times and the result was always the same: PERFECTION. With the help of the mattifying moisturizer I use and setting powder, the foundation stays on flawless and matte.

I love how much of a full coverage this gives, you honestly do not need to apply concealer to cover up any problem areas. This foundation has you covered from top to bottom…believe me 😉 A little goes a long way. The first time I used it, my face was super oily because I packed the foundation on. This isn’t necessary. I always take the foundation down to my neck to blend everything (nobody likes harsh foundation lines). The staying power of the Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation is incredible! Definitely long-wearing but ladies, for sure if you have oily skin or combination SET THE FOUNDATION. This is a must! I’m not sure if the same were to happen with dry skin but for sure set the foundation with a powder of your choice.

I have received many compliments whenever I am wearing this foundation, it just looks so flawless and air-brushed. The foundation retails for $34 and it brings 1.0 fl. oz. I’m in the shade M54 (Medium 54). Like I said, a little bit goes a long way so this foundation should last you.

This foundation claims the following:

◎ Full Coverage  ✔
◎ 24-Hour Wear ✔
◎ Transfer Resistant
◎ Matte Finish ✔
◎ Fragrance Free ✔
◎ Oil Free ✔

I can’t agree with the transfer resistant part because I have had the unfortunate pleasure to dirty my shirt >.< But other than that, all great things! I only use it for going out purposes, like a night out or when I know I will be out all day and need my makeup to last. If you’re looking for a good full-coverage foundation I cannot recommend this enough. Get color matched and ask for a sample. 

A great alternative for this is the Revlon ColorStay Whipped Foundation. Both are very similar in consistency, staying power, and coverage but of course the Revlon one is half the price less.

I hope you found this review helpful. The pictures down below are the products I used to achieve a matte-look. Each picture contains a link which will direct you to another window if you’d like to read more about them or even purchase. Until next time my beauty lovahs! ✌♡

XO,

Drea

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