This, I think, is something to get quite excited about. The Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Make-Up Complexion Perfector takes a whole new approach to blurring the complexion to give it an airbrushed and flawless look.
The difference with Maestro Fusion is that instead of sticking to a traditional foundation formula of emulsions with water in oil containing fillers, Maestro is made purely using five oils (lotus oil among them) and smart pigments. So, it isn’t a foundation exactly, but a complexion perfector with a thin colour film. The oils, volative, semi-volatile and non-volatile, create a dry-oil effect but evaporate at different rates to ensure long lasting moisture.
I cannot wait to try it, and as soon as I do, I’ll post the findings. It launches into Selfridges on 1st September for £36.
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