Dose of Colors is a brand that doesn’t like to play. Whether they’re dropping high pigment shimmery shadows or a Disney collab, the brand gets it right every. single. time. So, sure enough when we heard that Anna Petrosian is working on a foundation, we were hella excited. And now, we’re so close to the launch, we can’t wait any longer!


Dose of Colors had been teasing this for a while now, and thanks to social media, we now have all the tea. And if you haven’t seen the videos the brand shared on their socials, what are you even doing? The launch has everybody on the edge of their seat, with fans waiting in anticipation for the drop.

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So far, we know that Meet Your Hue is 42 inclusive shades of a liquid foundation. It brags a matte finish, and long lasting ability. The foundation is medium-to-full coverage, and has a lightweight, natural matte finish. The shades are divided into six different complexion categories –

  • Fair
  • Light
  • Light Medium
  • Medium Tan
  • Dark
  • Deep

If you’ve got oily skin, rejoice! The Meet Your Hue is oil-free! Sensitive skin? It’s fragrance free! It is also vegan and cruelty free. So yeah, it’s pretty much ticking off all the boxes – which is great. The foundation also brags a blurring effect, so it will reduce the appearance of fine lines and textures. This sounds too good to be true!

Dose of Colors Meet Your Hue
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The foundation will retail for $36, which is close to Fenty Beauty’s Pro Filt’r Foundation, which costs $35. But if the shoe fits…

The Meet Your Hue launches on on July 15th. It hits Ulta on the 4th of August. Furthermore, along with the foundation, the brand will also be dropping their Seamless Beauty Sponge ($17)

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