Sephora recently released a new foundation, the Teint Infusion Foundation. As soon as I saw it, I knew that it was supposed to be similar to the recent liquid to powder foundations that a few high end brands have been releasing lately (i.e. YSL Fusion Ink, Lancome Nude Miracle, etc.). The one that I have tried and liked as been the Lancome Nude Miracle Foundation so I wanted to see how this new Sephora foundation measured up. If you’re interested in hearing my thoughts, watch the video below!
Have you tried any of the new liquid to powder, barely-there foundations? If so, what is your favorite?
This month I didn’t have many favorites. Most of the month I’ve been so busy doing stuff for the house that I didn’t wear much makeup. Check out my favorites video below, or keep reading for a brief description of each item I chose.
Right now, YSL is having their Friends & Family Sale through June 30, 2014! All you have to do is click the picture above to be directed to their website and then enter your email for the promo code. The deal is 20% off any purchase of $75 or more! I definitely took advantage of this sale! If you would like to see what I purchased, check out the video below!
As soon as I saw the new Revlon Colorstay Moisture Stain, I immediately thought of my beloved YSL Glossy Stains. I decided to just try one of these in the shade London Posh. Prior to purchasing this product, I really didn’t have any previous knowledge on it. Keep reading to find out if it was a hit or miss for me!
I was supposed to do this post months ago, but never really got around to it, sorry! Anyway, today I will be updating you on two foundations that I tried over the last few months; YSL Youth Liberator Foundation and Guerlain Lingerie de Peau. I did first impression videos on both of these products (check them out below if you haven’t seen them yet), so I wanted to come back and let you know how I feel about these foundations now! Keep reading for my thoughts! Continue reading “Foundation Update”→
I know I’ve been promising this Battle of the Brands for such a long time, but I’m finally getting it done now! Today’s post will compare the Loreal Colour Caresse Wet Shine Stains to the YSL Glossy Stains. These products are both supposed to look glossy like lip gloss, but provide the color of sheer lipstick and the lasting power of a stain. Unlike other lip stains, these are supposed to stay glossy the entire time, they don’t dry down to a matte finish. The YSL version came first followed by the Loreal (which is a parent company of YSL Beauty) version. Keep reading to see which version wins this battle!
I recently decided to try my first YSL foundation, the YSL Youth Liberator Serum Foundation. This foundation is infused with the award winning YSL Forever Youth Serum. I used the shade B70. Check out the video below if you are interested!
In this video I am using the YSL Youth Liberator Serum Foundation in B70. My other foundation colors (for reference) are as follows:
-Mac Face & Body: N7
-Nars Sheer Glow: Cadiz
-Nars Radiant Cream Compact: Tahoe
-Loreal Magic Nude: Soft Sable
-Makeup For Ever Face & Body: 12
Have you tried YSL Youth Liberator Serum Foundation? What are your thoughts on it?