MAKE UP FOR EVER Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation Review


I hadn't been expecting anything else from Influenster this year, especially after that generous Posh VoxBox I received a few months earlier. So, needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered I would have the opportunity to try this foundation. From my understanding, this foundation isn't new, but it's been recently re-released with a new formulation. I've never tried any MUFE foundation before, so my thoughts on this won't include any comparisons with previous iterations of the product.

This foundation can be purchased at $43 for 1.01 oz of product, and before I go into anything else about this product, I have to say that the shade selection is amazing - 40 shades! Of course, this should be the standard for any beauty company, but as one of the few companies that currently offers such a wide range of shades, MUFE gets two thumbs up from me. The shade I chose was Y345 (Natural Beige), which was basically my exact skin tone.

The packaging is also great - it's a sturdy plastic, which may not feel as expensive as glass, but makes it easier to travel with. There's also a pump which is very sanitary and allows for easy control of product dispensing.


I'm not much of a foundation wearer, but when I do wear foundations, I like ones that are light coverage and buildable if I want medium coverage. This one is great in that aspect, and it's so lightweight - it's as if I'm not wearing any face makeup at all. It blends like a dream, so you don't get any streakiness either.

The wear time is pretty good as well - it does start breaking apart in my oily problem areas, such as my nose, but otherwise it doesn't budge over the course of a typical work day.

Overall, it's a wonderful foundation, but since I'm not much of a foundation wearer, I won't get much use out of it. That being said, my brother is a similar shade to me and wears foundation much more often, so I'll be passing it on to him.

Have you tried this foundation before? What did you think of it?

beauty, reviewsCathy Liu