Jamie Genevieve reveals the long-lasting foundation she wore on her wedding day

It will not budge

Jamie Genevieve

by Aimee Jakes |

If you're obsessed with beauty, you probably know a thing or two about Jamie Genevieve.

The Scottish YouTuber is famed for her chatty beauty tutorials, world-class make-up artisty and for recently becoming founder of her own line - Vieve.

Basically, if Jamie recommends it, it's GOLD.

So when she opened up about the long-wearing foundation she wore on her wedding day, we were all ears.

Jamie opened up on Grazia's Beauty Lessons podcast, about the foundations she whole-heartedly trusted for her big day.

"I actually wore two different foundations, because we had two weddings by accident. I say by accident because our second wedding party turned into a bit of a wedding, as well," she explained to host Joely Walker, Grazia's Beauty Director.

"I wore the Nars Natural Radiant Longwear foundation in Italy and it was perfect."

"For at home, I wore the Urban Decay Stay Naked Foundation and when I tell you that did not move from, I think I did my make-up at 11 o'clock in the morning and I went to bed about 3 o'clock in the morning! My makeup was perfect, it did not move."

If you're getting married anytime soon, or simply like your foundation to stay put allll day, it's definitely worth trying out Urban Decay's Stay Naked foundation.

It's not just Jamie who's a huge fan of the long lasting foundation - it's also received an average of 4.6 stars from customers on Cult Beauty deeming the formula to be 'high-coverage' and 'long-wearing'.

One beauty fan wrote, "It has been on for 9 hours through a hard shift and it’s perfect still and oil free."

Another added, "This foundation goes on so well and gives such a smooth complexion. It also lasts so well throughout the day! Im a big fan."

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