Probably the biggest con is the lack of extended shade offerings. There are only four shades available. If you were super pale or dark or very cool or warm, I suspect you will have some challenges ahead trying to match to the right color for you. Also with the steep price, you probably would not likely purchase two bottles to mix to your best match.
So how does a fuller coverage foundation work for me? Pretty well, actually. RBR suggests you dot just small amounts and blend with a brush and layer as you need more coverage. After waiting a few minutes, you can set as you normally would with your powder. I found the coverage to be excellent with one thin layer toning down most of my surface redness and a second layer really tamping that down. It also did a terrific job keeping my nose grease in check. I had set very softly with loose powder and I had minimal oil peeking through mid day. For me, that's pretty good not looking like a disco ball of grease.
|Freshly applied; Not set|
|After a few minutes|
I think I will give it a go again in the warmer, more humid months because I think Time Defying Foundation's finish and oil-control prowess would be more preferable. What do you think of Rouge Bunny Rouge's foundations? Have you had a chance to try the new Time Defying Foundation yet?
**These are samples received from PR, free of charge.