Morphe Fluidity Full coverage Foundation is available in 48 different shades. On the Morphe’s website it is claimed to be a full coverage long wearing foundation. Other claims are, It lasts for 24 hour, is sweat proof, transfer resistant and water resistant and suits all skin type.
I chose the shade F2.80 WARM: medium with golden undertones. This foundation turns out to be a little dark and a little golden tone for me. It has a thin consistency but not too runny. I prepped my skin with e.l.f. Poreless putty Primer before foundation application. Morphe Fluidity Full coverage Foundation as mentioned in the website has medium to full coverage. I used an even layer on my face with a brush and a makeup sponge. I used e.l.f. buffing foundation brush and Colourpop Hourglass blending sponge. Both tools gave a seamless application and the brush did not created any streaks.
Morphe Fluidity Full coverage foundation sets quickly and give you that matte finish. It does build up quite nicely if you want more coverage. It does not feel heavy on the skin despite of the coverage it gives. Since, I have oily-combination skin type with few dry patches, this foundation clanged to my-T-zone before even setting it with a powder. I have few dry patches under my eyes and around my nose. Most of the foundations whether its matte or dewy, does tend to cling on these area on my face and looks a little patchy around my nose area. This foundation tends to accentuate it even more and I do not like the look of it.
Setting it with a powder made it look a little too cakey, probably because of the formula of the foundation. However, all cream products, like stick contour and stick highlighter looked quite good on top. The application did not made the foundation to bunch up or lift. Another thing that I noticed was once the foundation is set, touching up with a makeup sponge or any brush will make the foundation move which I find quite unusual. The foundation looked horrible on the T-zone, particularly on nose area as the wear time increases. This foundation seems to suit normal to oily skin type, rather than oily or dry. If you have dry skin then it will definitely clings on to the dry patches.
- Self Setting
- Long lasting
- Easy to build products on top
- Great shade range
- Suitable for normal skin type
- Cling to dry patches
- Not suitable for dry skin types.
- Settles on fine lines
- Moves/lift off On T-zone