One of my favorite skin care lines is Philosophy. It may be expensive for some, but there stuff is high quality and it normally lasts quite a long time. Recently, they have started to release a make-up line as well. It is a small but growing line, and so far the products meet up to the standards demonstrated in their shower gels, lotions, and face wash.
Recently, while perusing an online store, I noticed a product called The Present by Philosophy. The product was deemed the "invisible make-up" and promised to provide users a seamless look. Either serving as an all over make-up for the woman on the go, or as a base for someone looking for a little more coverage. Now I must say, that even though I have had much success with Philosophy's products - I was skeptical. I thought..."here we go again, a product that has been overpromised." However, when I received a gift card to Macy's after Christmas I figured, what's there to lose, and made the purchase.
When it arrived in the mail I had my doubts but since I had made the purchase I decided to use it. When I put it on my face I was expecting it to feel heavy and wet due to the thickness of the product, but was surprised how easily it spread on my skin and made my skin feel super smooth. As I started to brush on my tinted moisturizer I was shocked at the results. The make-up almost seemed under a spell, it applied so smoothly and looked incredibly even. Could this product really be living up to the hype? Well, so far it has. In fact, I put it on this morning, wore it to a super bowl gathering, ate a lot, and came home to find my make-up still looking flawless. For the first time, I truly believe in a product and don't think I can live without it! Okay, perhaps I am not that attached, but I am incredibly excited to have found a product that I can recommend to all of you, and feel like each and every one of you will benefit from this product. Even if you have flawless skin, this will make you look better.
So ladies, come one, come all...this is the stuff for you. I don't know how they do it, but I can't wait to see what else Philosophy comes up with!