News Flash:Cushion compacts—the K-beauty-inspired trend—continue to dominate the beauty industry one compact at a time. From color correctors to blush and even highlighters and foundation, it’s clear the trend is here to stay.
And the most recent addition to the cushion compact family is what dreams are made of. Maybelline just introduced their new Dream Cushion Liquid Foundation On the Go, and we’ve been swooning ever since we were sent the product to test.
Hello, light and luminous coverage that glides on easily with the tap, tap, tap of a cloud-like cushion. It’s liquid foundation, reinvented. No compromises.
The Dream Cushion Foundation formula blends into skin to look and feel like you’re wearing absolutely nothing (just the way we like it)—leaving you with a luminous, fresh-faced complexion. No caking, flaking, creases, cracks or unblended edges.
And not only is the formula light as air, it also comes in an easy-to-carry compact, making on-the-go touch ups a cinch. No more hauling around that mirror, foundation and your makeup sponges.
What’s more, the Dream Cushion Foundation is hydrating enough for your ski trip to Aspen and yet, light enough to take on the humidity of Miami, making it the ideal “vacation foundation.” It even makes for the perfect Netflix-and-chill-on-the-couch foundation. Yeah, we just coined that.
Whatever the conditions, Maybelline knows just how to avoid a makeup meltdown. Oh, and the best part? You can find it at the drugstore for less than $20. #MicDrop
HOW TO APPLY
Step 1. Use the sponge applicator and press into cushion.
Step 2. Tap the applicator onto the forehead, nose, cheeks and chin.
Step 3. Blend all over using gentle downward strokes in a tapping motion.
Have you hopped on board the cushion compact train? Share your fave product with us in the comments below!
About the Author: Diana creates on-trend beauty content for Makeup.com readers. She stays up-to-date on the latest beauty news and product launches and tests every makeup item that comes through the door. As an employee of L’Oréal, Diana writes stories about beauty products across the entire brand portfolio.