Still, I'm a big fan of trying new things, including becoming an alcoholic, Indian food, and a few things I can't really talk about outside of my marriage. I picked up this foundation yesterday after Easter Chinese food at Mikado with Ken and the kids. I may or may not have had a few glasses of Riesling. Or a few more. In any case, I was drawn to this product because of the bright pink applicator thingy, which, once out of the packaging, looks a bit like a single, rubbery nipple-cover, as though Cinderella were a stripper who had to be finished performing at a royal bachelor party by midnight and just dropped her shit on the palace steps. (Note to self: WRITE THIS STORY, THEN SUBMIT TO ELLEN PARKER AT FrIGG.)
So...Oh, ok...I guess this product is meant for women with fine facial hair. Well! I guess that's why you read the packaging before spending 12 bucks at CVS! I myself do not have fine facial hair, but apparently the foundation and nipple-looking applicator also diminish flaws, of which I have a few. Ok, maybe just a couple. Anyway, the foundation offers nice coverage, features no smell, and the nippley applicator goes on very smoothly with a less greasy finish than you might get using your own fingers. The finish is glowy, not matte, so maybe not the best choice for summer, but you should be able to get away with it for a couple more months.. So, try it out, why not? Or don't, I'm not your mother.