Would Light 42 work for me?
I originally bought this foundation in Light 44, since I kept reading that Light 42 is insanely light and that unless I'm Casper's cousin it will be too light. However, even though Light 44 is fairly close to my undertone (maybe just a bit too warm), it's just a bit too dark for me. In MAC terms, I would be about an N5-10ish. Should I give the 42 a try? I just don't want to waste my time (always have to order online because I don't have a nearby Sephora) on something that would be completely wrong for me. I love the coverage and finish of this foundation, so I'd really like to find a match. Thoughts?
asked 8 months ago
on Lock-It Tattoo Foundation
Since you already have 44, why not get 42 and mix the two? They really should have a shade in between those two are they are quite different.
There's a big difference between those shades. 42 is very pasty looking with almost no color to it. I had samples of both and pretty much had the same issue. 44 is slightly too dark for me, but 42 is definitely too white. I wish there was a shade in the middle.
answered 7 months ago
(Flower Mound, Texas)
Hmmmm well I saw a video on youtube.....the reviewer was a redhead and very pale.......she truly looked like Casper.