Maybelline Fit Me Stick Foundation | Review & Swatch

This is my first time with stick foundation and I loved it. I am sure I’ll always have one with me. Liquid foundations are a little messy and one needs to handle them with utmost care to avoid spillage. On the contrary, stick foundations are really convenient.. no spillage, travel friendly, and overall I found them better.

It comes in 8 shades, I picked up 120 classic ivory, now the fit me compact is of the same shade and it matches my skin tone really well, but this one is lighter than my skin tone.

I have used the Fit Me Foundation and Compact previously and no doubt I quite liked it. With the stick foundation coming in, It was inevitable to give it a try. So I have used it for about 2 weeks now and here is what I think.


It comes in a plastic body, which I like. The size is quite compact, allowing you to slip in the product conveniently in your travel bag. Another thing quite unique here is, the foundation has an anti-shine powder core, to absorb excess oil.

Maybelline Fit Me Stick Foundation review


Maybelline Fit Me Stick Foundation review


The foundation has medium coverage. If you have some serious acne, you will have to use correctors and concealers along with this product, though it does manage to camouflage light acne. You can see me wearing it in the picture below, though it did manage to give me a good everyday kind of coverage, it did not cover my acne completely.



The product feels light and is easily blendable if using fingers, I prefer using a damp beauty blender, with which, blending requires a little hard work.

It does give shine free finish. I have a combinational skin, and the foundation did not discriminate between the dry and the oily areas of my face, it glided on smoothly and evenly. Though it does leave a slightly powdery finish, which is noticeable on close observation but on using a fixing spray later can take that away.

It lasts well for about 6-8 hours without any touch up or a fixing spray, or even a compact.

Foundation Swatch
Foundation on blending (with fingers)


8.99 USD




  1. Blending with a beauty blender requires some hard work
  2. Gives a powdery finish, which requires to be worked on
  3. The coverage isn’t buildable, on building up, you would just add on to the powdery finish.


  1. Maybelline had launched a similar stick foundation when they first came up with BB creams – it had the same blending issues. Looks like the same persists.

    1. Deepika Verma says:

      I absolutely agree Sangeeta..

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