When the lovely people at Makeup Revolution sent me a package of their products to try, I was dubious. There was so much hype (much like there was with MUA) that the products had a lot to live up for.
Pitched as 'one' foundation for everyone - much like Lord of the Rings (one ring to rule them all) - they believe that this will be the only foundation you reach for. It's available in an impressive range of 16 shades, which is a lot to boast for any makeup brand.
It's a very runny formula and needs a good shake - the consistency is similar to the L'Oreal nude magique eau de teint foundation. I had shade 3 - it looks quite yellow when you pour it out, but as you blend it in it seemed to adjust (sounds strange I know) to suit my skin.
I've had mixed experiences of this - mostly positive. It all depends on how well I've been looking after my skin. If I'm exfoliating daily with my Origins gin-zing exfoliator, and moisturising regularly then this sits on my skin beautifully. It gives a pretty matte finish, especially when paired with a good setting powder. However, if I've neglected my skin and it's become a little dry it does have a tendency to cling to any dry patches on my skin - so make sure you moisturise and prime first.
I typically have combination skin with a very oily t-zone and dry cheeks (all very extreme since becoming pregnant) - I think this would be best suited to either oily or normal skin.
If you're interested in giving this a whirl, you can find it at Makeup Revolution counters for £4* or on their website.