Colourpop No Filter Foundation Review | Medium 80

After trying a lot of new foundations since going cruelty free with makeup, Cover FX Cream Foundation has been my ONLY go to. So I decided to try the latest Colourpop No Filter Foundation.

Finally I can say, I have an alternative foundation for special occasions. Yay! So here is my Colourpop No Filter Foundation Review.



Colourpop No Filter Foundation has a glass bottle with plastic pump. Each bottle contains 0.85 fluid ounce/ 25 ml of product, which is a little less than usual. I like the packaging, and also a pump is always a good thing.

But the no ingredients list box? Hmmm…I know people most likely will purchase this online, but still…

The Claim

Our oil-free, buildable full coverage foundation was formulated with soft blurring pigments to give you a natural matte finish. No filter needed.

My Experience

Upon purchasing this foundation, I already did my research about the ingredients and shade selection. It doesn’t contain any sensitive-skin offenders (except if you’re sensitive with silicone), and through shade comparison VS Estee Lauder double Wear provided by Colourpop, I determined my shade in Colourpop No Filter would be either number 70 or 100, but I ended up buying Medium 80.


The shade 80 is not necessarily too dark for me, but a tad too warm. It does oxidize, slightly. The texture is runny, lotion-like, but still with some weight to it without being thick.

I applied with my fingers, and one pump really goes a long way; evening out my skintone, covering all redness, but couple of my deepest PIH managed to peek through a tiny little bit. With another 1/3 pump for a second layer, it managed to cover the PIH, but not my undereye darkness.

It is an oil free foundation with a claim of being matte. Upon application, my skin seemed more textured, but it improved throughout the day, settling to a natural finish. Fortunately, no dry patches! Let’s just say, it’s not as texture-smoothing, it will only show what you already have without making it looks worse (In my case it’s my congested chin area. See pic below).

After over 10 hours (10 hours!), those couple of PIH I mentioned had entirely shine through the fading foundation, and that’s my only “complain” about this foundation.

And, no breakout. Yas. Still have to wait and wear it maybe couple more times to update this.



Colourpop No Filter Foundation is a beautiful, workable medium-full coverage matte foundation. It’s not one of those annoying, quick-setting matte foundations. Just make sure you get your shade right, and top with a little powder if you have normal or oily skin.

Will you buy this?


One thought on “Colourpop No Filter Foundation Review | Medium 80

  1. Okayyy okay aku malah jd penasaran pengen coba hahahah. Kayaknya bakal oke di kulit berminyak kayak aku :”) makasih ka Annetta buat reviewnya💖


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