lip products and then with the mascara that eventually became one of the best mascaras I've ever used.
Now, they've tied another loop around me with the Shiseido Perfect Refining Foundation.
Read on for my review.
The formula is not too runny nor too thick -- just the ideal texture for blending effortlessly. The shade that I have is O60 Natural Deep Ochre which is quite olive and a tinge darker than my non-tanned skin but when I'm tanned, the color suits me very well.
It has pretty decent lasting power as well, though not the best. Overall, it is a reliable foundation that gets the job done. Plus it has SPF 15 which I personally isn't too fussed about.
I've realized that Shiseido isn't one of those brands that gives me the "wow" factor. They simply perform very well and gain my appreciation in time by being go-to products I can count on. That, I believe, is the key ingredient to a healthy relationship with Shiseido.
Shiseido Perfect Refining retails for RM130 for 30ml. Comes in 14 shades, according to the website.
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