Theme Layout

Boxed or Wide or Framed

Theme Translation

Display Featured Slider

Featured Slider Styles

Display Grid Slider

Grid Slider Styles

Display Trending Posts

Display Author Bio

No

Display Instagram Footer

© 2015 mo'adore | Content and design by Morag Lee | Powered by Blogger.

Review: MeMeMe Seventh Heaven Facebase





Just like the MeMeMe cream foundation I reviewed a fortnight ago I picked this up with the Groupon code MeMeMe put out during the month of June. I was running low on make-up in general and had a good look at what was missing from my collection. I was trying out an Avon primer (non cruelty-free) I was gifted which was terrible anyway even disregarding my personal morals. So decided I'd look into a primer for my MeMeMe purchase. 

I picked this one out simply because it was the only primer they had in the range. I had previously bought some cosmetics from their range (their gold Shimmer Stack is my go-to bronzer for contouring) and had been impressed with what you got for your money from a drugstore brand. However having only one primer in your range is a negative cause it ignores that there are various skin types out there. And I personally don't need anything that adds moisture to my skin; my skin sits at the opposite end of the spectrum. But I still bought it anyway as I had liked all MeMeMe products I had tried in the past. 

Ignoring that this wasn't the correct choice for my own skin type I have very little negative to say. The description on their website claims to 'rejuvenate, nourish and hydrate skin' and I can't say that this product doesn't do that - it's just that my skin is naturally all these things anyway so I don't need to add to it. 

Also we have to touch on the smell - which I think is heavenly. It smells like something I might find in a sweet shop, but also a very clean sweet shop. When it comes to sexy smells on other people I love being able to smell their deodorant (not after-shave!!) and my all time favourite sexy smell on a man is Head & Shoulders Shampoo, which is a non-cruelty-free shampoo before any man feels like wooing me that way ;) If these scents do much for you then you might find yourself inclined towards this smell. 

The only negative I found that might not just be because of my skin type was that I don't feel it really help my make-up stay in place. Because it is moisturising it added extra oil to my skin which I felt made foundation move-around a bit and had trouble being absorbed into skin.   

Overall I would say that for oily skinned girls such as myself this product shouldn't be added to our collections and we should stick to primers that mattify our skin. I do still occasionally reach for this if my skin is looking a bit dull (which can happen in winter) or if I thought I was having a lazy day but then had to quickly run an errand and a full-face of make-up is too much. However I won't completely poo-poo it for the sake that it did add moisture (just moisture I don't need) so for all your dry skinned girls out there I'd say  to still give it a try. MeMeMe still remains one of my favourite drugstore brands. 



Morag
QuickEdit
morag | mo adore
0 Comments
Share :

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking some time to comment my blog :) I try and return comments for everyone. If there is anything you want to ask quickly you can tweet me at @moadore

Hugs and kisses!


RSSGoogle Friend ConnectBloglovinFeedly

Follow moadore on Snapchat!

Recipes, love letters and general chit chat can be sent to moadore@gmail.com.

Follow @moadore

    limit: 6, sortBy: 'random', template: '
  • ', resolution: 'standard_resolution' }); feed.run();