Ahh, you know when you try a foundation formulation that’s literally perfect for your skin? Well, that, with this. If you read my post on the new Dior foundation, I found it a little bit dry, which is the opposite of Max Factor Skin Luminizer Foundation that leaves my skin feeling super-soft and hydrated. It’s just a very, very comfortable wear.
The ‘swirl’ is the luminizing bit although I don’t think it’s there as a swirl to do anything other than make it look pretty and press home the point that it adds luminosity. Coverage is mid to light – it starts light but when I tested it, it was easily buildable to medium and Max Factor Skin Luminizer Foundation really does give a dewy sheen to the skin. I’d easily recommend this for older skin, too – it’s a much more forgiving formula than many of the luxury brands and feels hydrating on the skin (it’s got vitamin B3 and E to thank for that).
Max Factor Skin Luminizer Foundation launches in September for £12.99 (it’s got the dreaded shade ‘natural’ as well, but I have done as much to make them aware that this isn’t an acceptable term any more). I would highly recommend it for helping skin feel and look naturally glowy, supple and comfortable. Big likes :-).
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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