This purchase was a bit of a consumer fail on my part. I had fully intended on buying another cushion foundation to compare to the IOPE Air Cushion that I’ve been using. The Innisfree Melting Cover Foundation appeared to be in a cushion format: it was packaged in a cushion type compact along with the standard cushion applicator. To my disappointment however, I discovered when it arrived that it was simply a cream foundation pressed into a cushion style package. Not at all what I was looking for.
Despite not being what I intended on buying, I still gave this foundation a shot and now am ready to provide a review.
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When I discovered Asian beauty, there was an entire world of trends that were completely alien to me as a consumer in the West. One of these was the cushion foundation. The terminology was totally new to me at the time, and it took me a while to actually figure out what a ‘cushion’ was in the beauty product sense. It’s a light, liquid foundation that comes suspended within a sponge inside a compact. You dispense the product by pressing down on the sponge with a puff applicator and then pat the product into your skin. The benefits are that they can achieve good coverage with a very even, sheer application, leaving a fresh and often dewy finish.
I was extremely interested in trying this novel method of makeup application, though a lot of the hype about cushions has come down since I first heard about them. After some research, I decided on the IOPE Air Cushion to be my first cushion experience as it is extremely well reviewed.
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