Rimmel London Match Perfection Review

Sep 28, 2015
Rimmel London Match Perfection Review
I've been having a lot of breakouts lately and I noticed my skin became really oily than normal. Zits started growing at the side of my nose, my chin and even at the top of my nose. I usually get it around that time of the month, but I've been experiencing it really badly lately.

I don't normally use foundation on a daily basis because I don't like the sticky feeling on my face. I find it really uncomfortable and felt heavy on the face. I bought some make-ups on ebay including this Rimmel Match Perfection in the shade of Sand for about $4. 

I don't really remember why I bought this one, but I'm glad I did. I'd attended several events in the past few days and this foundation helped a lot in hiding some zits and some pimple scars on my face. Rimmel Match Perfection Foundation claims to give traceless coverage  with advance smart-tone technology for perfectly flawless skin under any light. The label on the glass bottle says it has  SPF18 and it helps prevent sunburn.

Rimmel London Match Perfection Review
The one that I got seems to be for refill because it doesn't have a pump or an applicator.
Rimmel London Match Perfection Review
Rimmel London Match Perfection Review
If you're looking for a foundation that covers and gives a dewy finish, this one is perfect for you. As to people with oily or has a bit of oily skin like me, I don't think you'll feel good about this too. It may give a clean, fresh finish however it gets shiny gradually after around 3-4 hours hence you have to re-apply or simply put on a powder.
Rimmel London Match Perfection Review
I used the 330 Sand shade but, it looks lighter on this photo than it really is because of the lighting.

FINAL THOUGHTS
It's a good foundation, very affordable and already has SPF 18  but I don't think it suits to those who have oily skin. If I need to wear make-up for few hours, it really works. If you have dry skin, you might wanna consider trying this. I'd tried using Rimmel Matte Finish Foundation before and I'd say Match Perfection gives a more natural result than the matte ones. 

Am I buying this again? Maybe not 'cos apparently it doesn't go well with my skin type. What I wrote here is mainly my personal opinion based on my experience using the product.

Have you also tried Rimmel Match Perfection? What do you like or hate about this product?