The cushions are rolling in thick and fast now… I never really think of Autograph at the forefront of innovation when it comes to beauty so it’s a bit of a curveball – in a good way.
The foundation itself is very light in consistency and smoothed onto my skin beautifully. I have never even considered Autograph for foundations but this alone has made me want to take a second look. But, the best thing is that it’s £16 which so far is the best value cushion I’ve found for anyone wanting to dabble in the trend.
Remember with cushions, you’re paying for the packaging and convenience – you get far less product in a cushion compact than you would in a bottle so it’s really down to whether you think you have a need for a portable liquid foundation. Solid foundations just don’t do it for me – they’re always too dry which is why I love the liquidity of the cushions. Those puffs get in an awful mess though – it’s really not pretty at all but at least you can tuck them away within the compact.
There are six shades of the Autograph Cushion Foundation and it’s already launched HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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