And here's what it looks like on me.
First and fore mostly, I would not class myself as a beauty blogger. My knowledge of makeup doesn't span very far, and I tend to stick to foundation, mascara and lipstick when applying makeup. However, I'm always on the hunt for the elusive 'perfect foundation'. After reading a few reviews of this foundation, I thought I'd give it a go.
The foundation is described as:
"The light of Touche Éclat foundation targets shadowy areas and highlights the contours of the face. With no opaque powders, its perfecting texture evens the complexion and helps conceal your imperfections, while enhancing your skin’s natural beauty."
Le Teint Touche Eclat retails at £28, quite pricey, but cheaper than my current choice. The foundation is quite light weight and the coverage isn't as good as the current foundation I'm using (Chanel Perfection Lumiere). Additionally this fountain actually comes in a shade suited to my skin. I'm using B10. I find it hard to find foundations that don't look a teeny bit orange on me.
There's three colour variations in various shades. B, BR and BD, which come in shades ranging from 10 to 90.
Sadly this foundation isn't my perfect foundation. Whilst I knew the coverage wouldn't be as heavy, I do prefer something that looks as though you're wearing foundation. It still does a good job of covering blemishes and brightening your complexion. It's quite long wearing, though when applied I do find it makes my skins feel tickly. I have rather sensitive skin, though I've not appeared to have had any adverse reaction to it.
I'm hoping it'll grow on me as this is my first day using it. I think for now though, I'll alternate between this and my Perfection Lumiere. I think this is great for when I'm having a good skin day, and don't feel as if I have so much to cover up.
Has anyone else tried this? I'd love to hear your opinions.