Battle Of The Foundations: Fenty vs. Too Faced

Hey Beauties!! Happy Monday!

If you guys have been following me and keeping up with my posts, then you’d know I’m very obsessed with the Too Faced Born This Way Foundation.

Today I’ll be comparing it to the Fenty Pro Filt’r Softe Matte Longwear Foundation (wow, that’s a mouthful lol) and Too Faced Born This Way.

Price:

Both of these foundations are considered high end, so it’s a little one the pricier side.

  • Born This Way is $39 for 1 ounce.
  • Pro Filt’r is $34 for 1.08 ounces

*Winner of Pricing: Definitely Pro Filt’r because you receive more product at a smaller price!!

Shade Range

Many companies lose customers due to their small shade ranges. People can rave about a foundation, but if you cant find your shade then what use is it to you??

  • Born This Way 35 Shades
  • Pro Filt’r 40 Shades

*Winner of Shade Range: Pro Filt’r because 5 shades definitely makes a difference.

Formula

Both of these foundations are Medium-Full coverage foundations. I prefer this because I can use less and get great coverage out of it. I’ll pump one pump on my hand and show you the consistency and how it looks blended. As far as oxidation, Born This Way didn’t oxidize at all on me. Pro Filt’r oxidized a whole shade up. Even when I purchased Pro Filt’r, the employee told me to make sure I get a shade lighter because it’ll oxidize to a shade up.

Born This Way⬇️

Here’s one Pump.

The consistency is thick as shown below. When I raise my arm, it slides down slightly.

When I blend this foundation out, it blends really nicely and still has room to blend more.

Pro Filt’r⬇️

The Pro Filt’r is not as thick. As soon as I pumped the foundation on my hand it started running.

It started running even more when I raised my hand up.

When I blended out the foundation, it became hard to blend because it sets so fast.

*Winner of Formula: Born This Way blended out nicely and had more coverage. If you’re using the Pro Filt’r, I suggest using two pumps and work on one area of your face at a time because this formula sets quick.

Wear:

Both of these foundations have great wear! They literally stay in place, they don’t start creasing. I noticed my nose becoming a little oily with the Born This Way Foundation, but nothing major.

Verdict:

Pro Filt’r definitely beats Born This Way with pricing and amount of foundation in a bottle. Born This Way beats Pro Filt’r in formula. Both of these foundations are great for oily skin. I wouldn’t reccomend the Pro Filt’r if you have dry skin because of how it sets.

Hope you guys enjoyed this post! Have you tried any of these foundations? What are your thoughts on them? Let me know in the comments.

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  1. LOL Fenty doesn’t have my shade, but I do think it’s more inclusive for the most part. I hate the formula because I have ultra dry skin and it clings to all the dry patches. I like the Born This Way when I need more full coverage and I’m looking for a more “matte” (or my version of matte) foundation, but it’s a little too much for me for every day. I do love this comparison though.

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    1. Fenty has my summer shade, but not my regular shade lol. Too Faced has my regular shade and winter shade. I noticed a lot of people said that about Fenty. I love the IT cosmetics CC cream! Have you ever gave it a try before?

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    1. Thank you so much ♥️ I don’t blame you for using Fenty. Like I said people could say a certain foundation is good, but if you cant find your shade then it really doesn’t matter how good a foundation is.

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