As you can see the Flawless Finish Foundation looks great doesn't it? A really sleek pretty bottle with frosted glass container and matte plastic lid which also has a pump for ease of use. You could compare the it to MAC, or even Bobbi Brown. One minor issue I have is the frosted glass makes the shades look a lot lighter so it's better to stick to a shade lower if possible- just a little tip if you're going by the shades on their website. For me this was a major problem as I'm so pale and they didn't exactly accommodate for my skin tone. I've had this issue with more than a dozen companies so it's not something I think is too important, after all there are 6 shades available.
The consistency of this foundation looks really promising, it's not watery or thick and has a dewy finish when pumped onto the hand/face. Then you begin to rub it in or stipple with a brush and you are left with an oily looking mess, even when the packaging assures you it's 'Oil Free'! It's not very attractive I can tell you, and I just wanted to get it off my face and away from my hair. I also found it went a white/grey colour when continually blended which didn't turn the shade lighter but left a weird cast over my face. I'm sad to say this as I'm a major lover of ELF, but this product is the complete opposite of what I would expect from a foundation.
I guess if you picked up the right shade and had a drier skin type this may work for you and give you the perfect dewy finish; however that's unachievable for my Combination/Oily skin type as it just feels like it's slipping and sliding. I'm pretty disappointed as I had high expectations for this, especially as it contains SPF 15. If you think this would be suitable for you, you can buy it for £6.50 from eyeslipsface.
Hopefully you will enjoy tomorrow's review just a little bit more as it's a positive review of ELF's Matte Lip Colour, which I'm obsessed with!
I was sent this product to review but as always my review is 100% honest.