Review: Guerlain's New Foundation Is A Beauty Game-Changer
For chronic makeup users, leaving the house bare faced can feel uncomfortably naked but lathering on layers of coverage daily can become such a nuisance. Offering a solution to this dilemma is Guerlain. The luxury French comestics brand has launched a makeup product that doubles as skincare, leaving your skin in better condition after usage.
The L’Essentiel Natural Glow Foundation is made with white cocoa beans for hydration, mineral pigments for long lasting colour and coverage, Yacon juice to smoothen the skin and a duo of tara and red algae to protect skin from pollution. Formulated without alcohol, oil or silicone, the product has been tested on even the most sensitive of skin types to prove its success in enhancing complexion while offering coverage. In terms of options, the L’Essentiel Natural Glow Foundation comes in 30 shades.
To commemorate the release of such cutting-edge beauty product, the house commissioned a world-class artist, Mathieu Lehanneur, to design a bottle that would be as impactful as its contents. The French sculptor played with light, soft curves and reflective material in the design of the bottle, resulting in a balance of two ovoid parts—one glass, the other metallic, sitting on top of the former like a minature sculpture.
If the benefits of L’Essentiel Natural Glow Foundation, as a foundation that not only hides imperfections but treats them, aren't convincing enough, one may want the Guerlain's latest foundation just for the bottle, which is without a doubt a miniature work of art.
For more information, visit guerlain.com.
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