Finding a great drugstore foundation isn't always easy. Oftentimes, you can't swatch the product in store or the shade range isn't sufficient. Now, however, Maybelline Fit Me Foundation's shade range has become more inclusive, and it may just be the ultimate drugstore find. Whether you're a deeper skinned woman or a woman with pale skin, the new Fit Me Foundation shade range may just make you a drugstore believer.
According to a post to both the Maybelline Instagram and Twitter accounts, the brand's Fit Me Foundation line has been expanded by a whopping 16 shades. The brand has practically doubled its range of hues, and the lightest and darkest of warm, cool, and neutral are now nearly completely represented. While there are other drugstore brand and products that make efforts to be inclusive, it's impossible to ignore Maybelline's clear desire to expand their line to help all fans of the brand find their perfect fit. After all, the name of the foundation is Fit Me.
In the post to the brand's social media, fans can see just how extensive the expansion is. The image showcases all 16 shades swatched onto two different skintones. With added undertones and expanded shades, the brand's expansion is an incredible feather in the brand's already impressive hat.
Plus, the Maybelline Fit Me foundation is incredibly affordable. While not all affordable options include a range of shades wide enough for most skin tones, Maybelline is charging forward in making affordable beauty accessible for everyone.
Not to mention, in addition to its affordability, the Fit Me Foundation is a favorite among many YouTube beauty vloggers. Popular creators like Laura Lee have used and raved about the foundation in videos. If you've ever been skeptical about the brand's signature foundation, there's clearly no reason not to give it a shot now.
If you want to shop the new shades of Maybelline's Fit Me Foundation, you can snag it from any of the brand's retailers or online. For under $10, this foundation is can't miss, and kudos to Maybelline for bring more inclusivity to the drugstore.