This is another premium foundation find that I am absolutely loving. If you ever used the Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Make-up, it is pretty similar to that in feel on the skin (i.e. it feels super-silky) and yet the formulation is much thicker and gives more coverage. It’s water-free and contains Salicylic acid and Vitamins A, C, and E so good for blemish prone skin.
Beige is bang on for my skin tone and I think I used it a little too nervously to start with – I had to reapply another coating straight afterwards to get the finish I wanted. The mousse is deceptive because it actually goes on very lightly, allowing for buildability. I loved it and found it really lasted the day (although I did also use UD All Nighter which tends to make everything last longer).
I haven’t fully blended in the swatch above because I wanted you to be able to see it properly (my arm is looking a bit odd because I’ve been wearing a sweater all day and it seems to have imprinted the texture on my arm!). The foundation is SPF15.
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...
Nothing at Laszlo comes cheap – this is £55. But I would. I really would.
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