[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Having just said I would find it hard to go back to foundation now that skin tints are so much improved and easy in the wear, along comes Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation and I cannot fault it.

Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation Review

Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation is like putting silk on your skin. It’s cooling immediately and feels like the finest skin care rather than a make up product. This shade, Quartz 240, is not quite right for me while my tone is still warm from the summer – I’ve never wished that warmth away so quickly so I can start wearing it. I think this might be the foundation to convert non-foundation users!

Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation Review

In terms of product spec, it has SPF30 PA+++ with kefir and niacinamide. It’s not surprising that it feels like skin care because it more or less is – it has the same level as a Shiseido skin serum so no wonder it’s such a delight on the complexion. The finish is ‘radiant’ so for those who like a little glow and light on their skin – I’d suggest it as an absolute asset for older skin or drier skin types. The brand claims that in one week there will be an improvement in bare skin which seems a strange thing for a skin cover product to claim! However, although I haven’t used it for a full week I can certainly see how there may be improvements.



Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation Review

The brand suggest applying with fingertips and I think perhaps they’re right – I applied with a brush here and didn’t work it into my skin enough – it would be a bit like applying my skin care with a brush (which you absolutely can do) but I think it’s easier to feel your way around and get it properly blended with finger tips. There are 30 shades in Shiseido Revitalessence Skin Glow Foundation which is impressive. It’s £49 but Escentual has it HERE for £41.65.

 

 

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