This is proving to be one handy addition to my make-up bag. Moisturising Base doesn’t really cover it because it’s got a gorgeous sheen to it – if you want more, opt for the Iridescent Moisturising Base. There’s also a little bit of perfecting going on and it holds foundation well to the skin.Atelier Paris Moisturising Base
The cream itself has a lightly peach appearance that disappears when you rub it in.Atelier Paris Moisturising Base
I’ve been using it just to add a bit of radiance to cheek bones over make-up and it seems to be pretty good for that too, as well as mixing it with foundation for lighter coverage. There’s actually an oil free version too, so if your skin is shiny, that would be a benefit. It’s £16 which I think is a bit of a bargain because it seems so versatile. It’s HERE.
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