So a while a go whilst in superdrug I picked up the L'oreal studio secrets professional high definition smoothing foundation in 013 gold porcelain (bit of a mouthful there). I'd wanted to try this for a while because a few years ago bourjois used to do a similar foundation which in which you pressed a pump to get the foundation out and it had a brush included. I loved that foundation, however it got discontinued so this looked like a similar dupe.
The foundation itself looks like this.
It has a brush incorporated into it so the foundation is pumped out through the brush.
The foundation itself quite a low coverage and very thin on the skin, I prefer more medium-heavy coverage foundation due to my skin tone. The consistency of it is good and it feels very light and weightless on the face and doesn't seem to clog pores. The application of it is also very mess and waste free so this would be a great foundation for travelling or camping and even to use on the go
I did find the brush is quite hard the work with. The bristles are very synthetic and not soft enough to get into tight corners and creases or areas where there may be acne scaring so the foundation ends up looking uneven and not making the skin look smooth. I found it really hard to apply neatly, as not much comes out in each pump and that goes directly to the centre of the brush so takes a while to ease out. The consistency of the foundation and the hardness of the brush also meant the foundation had brush strokes in it so needed powdering or buffing afterwards to even it out.
This foundation cost £16.00 ish for 17ml. I find this quite expensive for what it is and get the impression you are paying for the brush more so than the actual foundation itself. I wouldn't repurchase becaue I dislike the application and feel for the price it runs out to fast.