Sunday, 22 February 2015

The Verdict Is In - Nars All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation


The highly anticipated foundation release from Nars is here…. All Day Luminous Weightless Foundation. Nars make my all-time foundation ‘Sheer Glow’ so I was very intrigued and a tad excited to try out this baby. What Nars say;

 Full, natural-looking coverage with unexpectedly weightless, 16-hour wear. Highly pigmented and perfectly balanced, this breakthrough formula builds and blends effortlessly with just one drop—the result of exclusive innovation uniquely designed to deliver long-wearing full coverage, weightlessly.

Shake, pump and blend in sections for complete coverage that's completely natural looking.

What I say;

Hell yes. Firstly it comes with a pump hence the slighlty higher price tag than either of the 'sheers', secondly  HELLO perfect skin. I have this on from 6.30 am to 9pm and it still looks amazing, I only had to powder my t-zone twice throughout the whole day. The coverage is medium to full, similar to sheer glow and the finish a natural matte - it just looks like skin. I have heard a few thoughts that this is too flat  but after a few hours the luminous part of its name comes into play and it looks effortlessly natural, it is very fluid in formula and a little goes a very long way so I end up with a lot less product on my face than usual. I would recommend this for a normal/combination skin, I imagine it would be great for oily too but as I don't have oily skin I can't really comment truthfully. Also if you are feeling a tad dry because of this harsh winter weather amp up the moister first, when I initially tried this foundation my skin was really dry in patches so I didn’t get on as well with it, since then I added an extra step to my skincare routine to combat the dryness and therefore allow this foundation to work and me to fall in love with it.

I wear shade Deauville. This foundation is available from Space Nk and is priced at £32.
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