I have been dying to get my hands on this foundation for months after I saw 100's of beauty guru's from the US post their review on youtube but this wasn't available in the UK at the time but finally after months of teasing it's been released in Superdrugs/Boots.
both foundation's contain 30mls of product
I went in with the same shade as my original FitMe Foundation which was 220 Natural Beige, whilst doing my research and looking at swatches online and in store it did look pretty similar although the old one is slightly more yellow, never the less this still matched me perfectly. At first when I started dotting this on my face I was in fear as it looked like it was going to be too light for my complexion but after blending it in with my beauty blender it looked fine but I did notice after a few minutes it did slightly oxidise but my face didn't look orange at all, if anything its almost like it moulded to my skin tone, but thats something to keep an eye out for as I am aware some people hate the thought of oxidising. 

L-R: FitMe Original in 220 & FitMe Matte & Poreless
I quite like the small sleek packaging, it's definitely travel friendly in my opinion and you have all the control with how much you'd like to use. As for the application of the product it blended so well into my skin using the beauty blender (I'm yet to use a brush I will report back on my Instagram!) the foundation really sunk into my skin fast and what I love is that it didn't feel sticky at all, my skin just looked super flawless. I have normal skin with a slight oily t-zone and this foundation for me remained intact, my nose didn't look shiny and all together it just stayed put. The foundation made my pores disappear to a certain extent, it did begin to show through after a few hours of wear.


The coverage definitely is a medium - build-able, I didn't add onto the first layer because for me the coverage was enough, it covered my blemishes very well and looked even. Around my nose/smile lines the foundation did ever so slightly sink in, making them a little more noticeable but with the beauty blender at hand I was able to blend it all out again and make it look fresh. I always tend to have my beauty blender in my make up bag as I like to just touch up after a few hours so this isn't really a problem to me. The name states its 'matte' but it is no way near matte on my skin, if anything it leaves more of a dewy finish which I personally love. 

no touch ups, straight from my camera! (SONY A5100)

Review: Maybelline Fit Me Matte & Poreless

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