Maybelline Fit Me Shine Free Foundation Stick vs. Anastasia Beverly Hills Stick Foundation

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Kayla says: ABH is $25 for 9.1 grams while Maybelline is around $8 for 9 grams. Both foundations are marketed for oily/combo skin. I don't think these products are anything alike. ABH is extremely time-consuming to blend out with a beauty blender. A flat top brush is easier but still not the easiest foundation to blend out. Maybelline is very easy to blend out but it's very greasy feeling on the skin. I'm combo skin and I thought my face felt very greasy after I blended Maybelline into my skin. ABH is not a full coverage foundation, you need quite a few layers to even get medium coverage and then your face starts to look cakey. For the amount of product you get in tube comparing to how much you have to use to achieve a full coverage look it's a little disappointing. Despite both products being marketed for oily/combo skin, I don't think it helped with any of my oily areas but instead made them look more oily. ABH also clung to a few of my dry patches and made my pores look worse. I wasn't a fan of either brand. Depending on your skin type you may like one of these products. If you want to try one of them I would go with Maybelline because that was much easier to blend out on the skin and I thought it had much better coverage compared to ABH. ABH would be more suited towards someone with very little skin issues & someone who wants a very natural low coverage finish.

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