There’s been an update to YSL Touche Eclat Le Teint Foundation in terms of formula – you’re probably already familiar with the original version, so the updates are that the foundation contain the same ‘anti-fatigue’ complex as the Touche Eclat Pen and also the addition of golden pigments for a more radiant look.
Which is all well and good, but I can’t honestly tell the difference! It doesn’t much matter because this is a gorgeous, gorgeous foundation, loose in consistency for perfect blending and a barely there feel on the skin. Add to that the coverage that gives skin a smooth look and decent coverage – nothing not to like here.
If I am going to be super picky, I’d say that the foundation doesn’t last as long as others I’ve had and can disappear by the end of the day. A good primer should sort that out. I also think the fluidity of it makes it good for older skin – drier texture foundations can drag somewhat – I’d rather have a glide than a drag! In terms of ‘glow’, I don’t find it especially radiance giving, but it does keep the natural liveliness of skin without deadening its look.
So, upshot – YSL Touche Eclat Le Teint Foundation was good the first time and it’s good the second time. Win. The shades above are : BR20, B40, BD30 nd B45.
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