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I have two different moods. Or I want a dewy, light coverage foundation or I need a matte medium to full coverage foundation. This Meet Your Hue Dose of Colors foundation sounded like something I would like if I need that extra coverage and matte looking effect. Since another blogger friend of mine said she really enjoyed this foundation, I knew I had to try it!
I’m all over the place when it comes to foundation as you can read. I really appreciate dewy foundations as well as matte foundations. However, I’m very picky when it comes to foundations. Even though I don’t prefer one particular formula, I do need a buildable and blendable foundation since I want a good base for the rest of my face makeup.
I notice that not every foundation or tinted moisturizer is working for my skin, which is pretty obvious because not all foundations can work perfectly for every skin type. Even if I think I bought the right formula for my skin type, I sometimes still end up with a pore emphasizing foundation or one who doesn’t really want to blend into the skin so it’ll look cakey. That happens and so the foundation search always continues. I’m always looking for an even better foundation, even if I found one which I like haha. Since lots of brands are coming out with foundations, I have lots of different ones to try as well.
The one that intrigued me a lot is this Meet Your Hue Dose of Colors Foundation and that´s why I decided to buy it and see if I like it! Curious to see how it looks and what I think about it? Then keep on reading!
Meet Your Hue Dose of Colors Foundation
The Dose of Colors Meet Your Hue foundation is a cruelty-free and vegan medium to full coverage foundation. It’s supposed to have a natural matte finish and a skinlike feel.
The foundation is available in 42 all-inclusive shades. Six different complexion categories: fair, light, light-medium, medium tan, dark, and deep. Each category features seven different foundation shades. The shade I got is 110, which is part of the light category.
The Meet your Hue Dose of Colors foundation retails for $36, contains 30mL / 1.0 Fl. Oz and is vegan, cruelty-free, talc-free. paraben-free, oil-free, fragrance-free, and alcohol-free.
Dose of Colors Meet Your Hue Review
First of all, I really like the packaging of the foundation. It’s sturdy and a bit heavy, the packaging is made out of glass with a matte effect and a clean black cap that has silver letters on it. In my opinion, it looks and feels luxurious when you see it. The foundation has a pump, so you can easily control the amount of foundation that comes out. The foundation doesn´t really have a smell.
The foundation has a medium coverage once I apply a first layer. It’s a buildable foundation so if I need some extra coverage, I can easily apply that to the whole face or parts that need a little more coverage. I tried applying the foundation with a brush as well as a sponge and even though both apply the foundation very well, I personally prefer a sponge.
I love the Giorgio Armani foundation, which I mentioned in my favorites of April blog post, but I feel like the foundation doesn’t really want to blend well on my nose. You can see it clearly ‘sit’ on my nose and it just looks ugly. I don’t have any problems with that when I’m using the Dose of Colors foundation. Back in April, I hadn’t tried the Dose of Colors foundation yet and if I have to choose which foundation I prefer now, I would definitely pick the Dose of Colors one.
The foundation doesn’t oxidize which the Fenty Beauty one does and I really disliked. Moreover, I barely feel that I’m actually wearing a foundation. It’s a very soft and lightweight formula.
Overall, I really feel like this foundation covers any redness and texture I have going on. It doesn’t make my pores extra visible, which the Giorgio Armani one does around my nose. It definitely has a blurring effect, it’s matte looking but not cakey and it doesn’t easily transfer. The foundation gives me a natural-looking, skinlike finish but with a nice medium to full coverage.
This Dose of Colors foundation doesn’t get the love it deserves! In my opinion, it’s one of the best foundations I’ve tried so far and it deserves to be more hyped! If you’re looking for a medium to full coverage foundation which doesn´t look cakey and blurs your imperfections than this is your perfect foundation!
Not to forget, the Dose of Colors website has a great tool to help you with choosing the right shade if you’re not able to go to the store to purchase the foundation. I used this tool and I got the exact right shade for my skin tone! Curious to see how it looks on my skin? Here are some pictures of me wearing it.
What do you think? Does this sound as a foundation formula you would like? Let me know in the comments.