I tip-toe about trying to come up with some descriptive terms for make up for Asian skin that won’t be offensive to someone, somewhere in the world. I don’t seem to have managed it yet, so I am just going to go for it and use the terms (other than ‘exotic’) that are used in the press release.
Okay, so EX1 is formulated for skin tones including Asian, far eastern, middle eastern and Mediterranean. One of the difficulties in finding suitable shades for these tones is that it’s hard to mimic the natural yellow or golden pigments. EX1 is formulated to mimic and flatter these tones, and what it should mean is that if your skin falls into the above categories, buying coverage that suits your tone at a reasonable price isn’t impossible any more. From very fair to deep olive, but still with the yellow pigment, EX1 make up isn’t expensive – the Invisiwear foundations are are £10.50, while blushers are £7.99 and concealers are £6.50.
This range is coming up on Look Fantastic soon but I have another post on the same range coming and hopefully by the time it does, the range will have launched and I can give you a link. The formulations seem to be lovely – silky (and oil free), the blushers in particular are in beautiful shades that I’d wear in a heart-beat. You can see more 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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