Make Up Forever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation and Cut Crease Look


With the release of the new Make Up Forever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation and the amount of media and positive reviews surrounding this product, it made me immediately go to Sephora and purchase this product. Its claims are that it is invisible, comfortable and natural looking designed for 4k technology which is the next generation of digital devices that display images with unbelievable detail, stunning clarity and heightened color. It's said to be completely invisible under the latest, ultra-magnified resolution to look completely natural on camera and to the naked eye - I will be doing a full product review this Wednesday, so if you want to see my thoughts on it, make sure you come back Wednesday :)

Moving on to the look I've created for today's post... I of course, had to include the new foundation I got and in turn I was inspired to create a look involving my MUFE products, for products that I didn't have that were MUFE, I included them in a separate photo for reference - I hope you like it!


Products Used Are:
MAKE UP FOREVER
1. Lift Concealer - Color: 3
2. Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation - Color: 123
3. Smoothing Primer (love this stuff, haven't invested in it yet but I want to! this one and the mattifying one!)
4. Artist Shadow - Left to Right: M534 (Oat - Matte), M646 (Latte - Matte) and M608 (Red Brown - Matte)
5. Graphic Liner
6. Lip Liner - 2C Rosewood
7. Rouge Artist Intense: 4 Matte Antique Pink
8. HD Microfinish Powder 
9. Mascara - Aqua Smoky Lash

Directions:
My main focus would be to explain how I created the cut crease look as all other products used are pretty self explanatory:

I took the lightest color of the palette, M534 (oat) and applied it all through my eyelid up to my brow bone. Next, I took a crease blender brush and applied M646 (latte) throughout the crease as a transition color. Finally I took a pencil brush and slowly built M608 (Red Brown) through the crease. I say slowly since you do not want any harsh lines when creating a cut crease look. I wanted a softer, more natural cut crease so I built it to my desired color. Afterwards, I took the fluffy blender brush again and made sure to blend everything together. If you feel like you lost some of the M534 (oat) color after all the blending, take a flat shadow brush and re-apply the color to your mobile lid only to pack on some of that lighter shade to help boost the color to make the crease more evident.



I was introduced to this shade by a MUFE Artist at Sephora and I cant stop wearing it! It's a lovely pop of pink but office appropriate! It's a my lips but better shade.. way better :) 


Other products used include:

I hope you enjoyed this look! If you've tried any MUFE products, or the Ultra HD Invisible Cover foundation, I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Until next time, XO - M!


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