Review: NYX Invincible Fullest Coverage Foundation in Light Medium

Happy Sunday readers! We’ll discuss a makeup product today. This is a collab with my sister. She was looking for a full coverage liquid foundation and she got this. Is it really full coverage? Let’s find out


If you have something to hide we have got the perfect solution for you! NYX Invincible Fullest Coverage Foundation offers exceptional coverage with a long-lasting natural-looking finish. The incredibly high-pigment load has the super powers to conquer even the most challenging coverups including skin discolorations and more. The finished look is soft matte beautiful and flawless.


It looks like this: She got a darker shade because her powder foundation is already light. It blends with her skin tone once it’s blended under the powder.

– Affordable, Php 650 ($14)
– Cruelty-free
– Has wide shade selection
– Little goes a long way
– Matte finish
– She doesn’t need to reapply the foundation
– Lasts throughout the day
– Did not cause breakouts
– Hides my sister’s dark spots and redness
– Skin still looks like skin, natural for short

– The oil separates from the foundation if you don’t shake it well.

Overall, my sister likes it except for a messy part where the oil separates from the foundation. It covers her dark spots and redness really well. It looks natural on her skin. This foundations keeps her skin looking fresh.

Now for my thoughts, is it heavy coverage? It depends on your skin’s condition. I think it’s better for skin that doesn’t have a lot of blemishes. It provides good coverage if that’s the case. It covers redness and light spots. As for my super duper dark spots, this wont do.

I recommend this to those who want to try a cruelty-free liquid foundation. If you have little or no blemishes, this will work great on your skin. Dont forget to set it with powder. 🙂


9 thoughts on “Review: NYX Invincible Fullest Coverage Foundation in Light Medium

      1. Ah, yes, I remember Wayne Goss sharing this technique of removing excess oil from the product by blotting the face using a blotter or some tissue. Thanks DIana.

        By the way, I nominated you for a blog award. You can see it here at

        Please do know that accepting the award is totally up to you and I wouldn’t be offended if you choose not to do it. I do not want to impose and make you feel obligated to dedicate a post to the award.

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