Flawless Finish Sponge-On Cream Makeup
Love the new packaging
the sponge on is great for my skin Have been using the colour Moccha for almost 30 yrs . suddenly it was discontinued and now I just cannot find the right colour for my skin tone Thers Moccha1&2 but far from just Moccha Why has it been discontinued ?
I have many freckles and this cover well flawless especially on photos! I love it. Thanks for giving me a sample to try and it becomes my a-must for everyday use.
Stays on All Day!
I have been using this product for 3 years now and love it. I don't have to constantly reapply or touch up, also its not pore clogging so I don't end up with acne.
Love, Love, Love!!
I love Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish! I was initially introduced to Flawless Finish about 35 years ago and I have been using it ever since! I love the way this makeup covers and evens out my complexion. I will never use any other product!
I have used this product for several years ( over 30 Years ) with no complaints. Love the color and the coverage it gives me. My only complaint is the gold case flakes off in the makeup. I spend time every morning getting the little specks of gold out of the makeup before applying .I have to even get them off my face. Had no complaints with solid black cases.. cannot understand the change. Have looked at other products and am thinking about changing.
How can you tell the shade?
I have been using this product for years. The new package change the name of the shade. The website did not tell the shade number and has different shade names. I end up with a wrong color.
Perfect for me
I'd read reviews to the effect that the new formula looked different. To my relief, the makeup looks pretty much the same as it always has. I can't tell any difference, which is a good thing. I've been happy with this makeup for a good 25 years and wouldn't want anything to change.
They need to rename the colors or list them from lightest to darkest. I have no idea which color to pick and guessing just got me the wrong color. Why make it difficult? Why not tell the customer if the color is warm, cool or neutral? Why mix up the colors? I always get the lightest or next to lightest in most foundations and I need a neutral. What is the use of a great foundation if you can't easily choose a color?