Oriflame Foundation |Studio Artist | Swatches |Price|Review

by Varnika Chauhan
4 minutes read

We all know that the search for the perfect foundation never ends. We are always on the hunt! So, a foundation which comes with sun protection would be even better but it is actually hard to find makeup products with SPF.When I saw the Oriflame Foundation | Studio Artist, I was tempted to buy this because it has an SPF of 15. Here is the full review:

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Basic Info About Oriflame Foundation | Studio Artist

What is it?

This is a full coverage foundation which is supposed to provide you with flawless looking skin, almost like studio finish. It is buildable and spreads evenly on the skin to hide blemishes and imperfections.

Sensitive skin alert





INR 569 for 30 ml

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My Experience With Oriflame Foundation | Studio Artist

To begin with, the foundation comes in a very compact tube which is easy to carry and very convenient to use. Now the foundation also has an SPF of 15 and this is the most attractive feature for me.

The foundation does not have a particular fragrance and is quite lightweight. The consistency of the foundation is also quite watery. But it is not something that will trouble you since it is very easy to use and blend.

I use it with a sponge. Now here is a confession – as you may have noticed, the foundation shade is lighter. It is in the shade illuma flair. This is a tad lighter for my skin complexion. When I saw the shade in the brochure, it was slightly darker than the actual color. I was hoping to use it as a highlighting shade since I do not like concealers. However, when I got this, the shade was quite pale. But I still use to highlight my under eyes.

The foundation has a lasting power of 6-7 hours and I must say that it stays pretty matte. It does not cake up and does not look blotchy. The foundation is easy to apply and settles on the skin beautifully. It does a good job at covering the dark circles as well as the other blemishes as well.

I would say that it works very well on oily skin but for people with dry skin, this may look a bit powdery. So use it after moisturizing your skin. Another thing is that it does give a flashback and so you must avoid it during the nighttime when there might be flash photography.

The coverage is pretty high and you can obviously build it up but you won’t need that since a small amount will do the job.

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Overall Performance Of Oriflame Foundation | Studio Artist


  • Affordable
  • No fragrance
  • High coverage
  • Blends well
  • Good lasting power
  • Does not cakey
  • Keeps the skin matte
  • Has sun protection


  • Limited shade range
  • Can be dry if not used with a moisturizer

Will I Recommend Or Repurchase?


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Leave a Comment


Sreeparna Ganguly February 15, 2018 - 12:44 PM

The shade range is a bit put-off here but otherwise it is a decent product..
As you mentioned, choosing correct shade from these direct marketing brand brochures is very difficult :unsure:

Sreeparna Ganguly February 15, 2018 - 12:44 PM

Nice review :love :haanji

Smriti February 15, 2018 - 1:29 PM

Seems like you own a big bag of oriflame products. i personally didn’t quite like this product because of its very narrow shade range and it dried out my skin even though my skin is oily. you have put in all the points so well. rightly. great review

Varnika Chauhan February 15, 2018 - 1:47 PM

Lol! You are right! The only products I use are from Oriflame and Avon! There are more coming your way! ???

Juhi Sharma February 15, 2018 - 7:35 PM

I have combination skin, should I go for it? ?

Prachi singh February 16, 2018 - 12:08 AM

High coverage foundation with sin protection… Now that’s something promising

Prachi singh February 16, 2018 - 12:11 AM

Hey also if its non comdonegenic or not?? Please let me know i get white heads in my t zone so using a product which clogs up pores will do worse