Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet
I eventually located it, y'all - the base that was perfect for such a long time, after seeking! I am surprised this does not have reviews that are better - but it could be that the program is crafty. You must remember to have exfoliated, then apply an excellent moisturizer and something which functions as a primer (Tatcha sunblock is used by me). Afterward you will need to combine it using foundation brush or a Attractiveness Blender. Applying with fingers is not going to work with this one - in the event that you do, it can look boring, dry, and patchy.
So just why do I like it? I have been hunting to get a base which will use my greasy although dehydrated skin for a long time. I found that one by accident, once I had been browsing in Nordstrom. My partner and mother in law picked me up in the shop and both said "what did you do for your skin? It seems so great!" So this base truly made a difference. It seemed delightfully fresh, and also remained on so well. But when I afterwards attempted to use the sample I was given by her, I was really disappointed - it looked nothing whatsoever like when it had been used by her, but looked the same as a typical base that is dry. After playing with it, I found an ideal use technique described previously, and wow - it continues all day and makes skin appear stunning! It will not budge! Mid-day never slips about or comes off, although I still must blot it. I did not even need to retouch it the remainder of the day. In the event you're trying to find lightweight, natural appearing (no chalk or mask face here!), reasonable but buildable coverage, long lasting, smoothing, satin-finish base - this is it! To be honest there are a couple of draw backs - I do not enjoy that it's booze and scent and I also attempt to avoid octinoxate. But I am willing to overlook these defects for this kind of base that is pretty.