Gosh Foundation Drops

Gosh Foundation DropsPIN IT

The Gosh Foundation Drops are insanely good.  I first posted about them here, but I’ve decided to do a full review since I am using them so often.  Start off with the negatives, which is the limited shade range (five in total, mostly in the lighter spectrum) and the rather pointless inclusion of an SPF10, but other than that, these are a brilliant, brilliant offering from Gosh.

Gosh Foundation Drops Swatches 002 Ivory and 004 NaturalPIN IT

I tend to apply a smudge of around 3 drops all over the place before buffing that in, and then adding a little more in areas that would benefit from additional coverage.  This blends like an absolute dream, so you’re not left with streaks or smears, and as you can see from the before and after images, the coverage is a solid medium that can be built to a higher coverage finish.

Gosh Foundation Drops Before and AfterPIN IT

Often this sort of coverage comes with a matte, flat or mask-like finish, but the Gosh Foundation Drops give a lightly dewy and luminous finish that is just so flattering.  It’s also very natural and comfortable to wear.  There’s so little to complain about with this great foundation offering from Gosh; it’s easy to apply, blends like a dream, gives a great coverage and a lovely finish, so what’s not to love?

Gosh Foundation Drops ReviewPIN IT

The swatches are 002 Ivory and 004 Natural.  002 Ivory is a great match for me, so it should hopefully be a good match for other pale girls, especially as it’s only slightly yellow, so that should prove for a flattering match on most pale tones.  I can’t rave about this enough – it easily rivals much more expensive competitors – and I’ll be replenishing my stock when I run dry.  It’s £12.99 here – link.

*PR Sample

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12 Comments

  • Makeup By Nicci
    August 21, 2015

    Hi Sascha, this is twice this week I have come across GOSH as a brand, thanks for sharing this really helpful.
    Nicci
    https://makeupbynicci.com/

    • Sascha
      Makeup By Nicci
      August 21, 2015

      No probs, thanks Nicci! They have some truly fantastic products; on top of this foundation, I also really rate their crayon shadows and matte lippies.

  • Meeta
    August 21, 2015

    This looks really good and I will definitely be checking it out. There are not many of these type of foundations that I’ve have really liked apart from Maybelline Dream Flawless Nude and Laura Mercier’s Smooth Finish

    • Sascha
      Meeta
      August 21, 2015

      This easily rivals some of the more expensive ones – I’ve tried similar, serum-type foundations from Kevyn Aucoin and Giorgio Armani, but this is my favourite, which is great as it’s much cheaper than the other two!

  • Melissa Lee
    August 21, 2015

    I love foundations like this. Thank you for the review! It does look lovely and has a very pretty finish. I must check this out asap!

    • Sascha
      Melissa Lee
      August 21, 2015

      No probs Melissa, it is a very impressive foundation so well worth trying!

  • Andrew James (Beauty and The Boy)
    August 22, 2015

    This reminds me so much of the new Smashbox bb water foundation that is launching soon but of course much more affordable

    http://www.beautyandtheboy.com

    • Sascha
      Andrew James (Beauty and The Boy)
      August 22, 2015

      Ooo I’ll definitely be trying that – the latest Smashbox releases are fantastic!

      The thing about this Gosh one is that it doesn’t streak; I’ve found a lot of these types of foundations can look really streaky and you have to buff them in so heavily that you end up almost removing it all completely!

  • beautifulwithbrains
    August 23, 2015

    It looks so good and natural on you! Definitely worth checking out.

    • Sascha
      beautifulwithbrains
      August 24, 2015

      Thanks lovely! It is a brilliant, brilliant base xx

  • MargevonMarge
    September 6, 2016

    Hi do you use a primer under it? Also do you apply with a brush, sponge or fingers? Ta! ^_^

    • Sascha
      MargevonMarge
      September 6, 2016

      I tend to just apply it to a well moisturised face – I don’t think you need a primer at all and I think it would apply really well a brush, or sponge, or fingers! I use a brush but that’s because I use a brush to apply everything 🙂

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