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Hello there! I actually believe that this foundation was recently discontinued. It was a decent foundation as far as mousse foundations go, although I personally wouldn’t recommend mousse foundation. Especially at the drugstore, mousse foundations tend to contain a LOT of alcohol to create a whipped texture (alcohol is terrible for your skin, will dry you out and cause you to produce more oil. Most foundations do contain alcohol, but mousse foundations contain a much higher concentration of alcohol than a traditional liquid.) I had this foundation when it first came out, and it wasn’t terrible, but it didn’t do much for my oily skin, and you couldn’t build it up past medium coverage.
If liquid foundation feels heavy to you, you’re probably just using the wrong one, or applying it in a way that isn’t beneficial to you. I recommend using a stippling brush or a buffing brush to actually pat the foundation onto your face, or try a Beauty Blender (so worth the $20) to take away the makeup-y look and feel without compromising on coverage.
I hope this helps you out, and doesn’t just bum you out, haha! Good luck!
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