Artistry EXACT FIT Longwearing Foundation

NEW Artistry EXACT FIT Longwearing Foundation is your key to natural-looking, round-the-clock foundation.  Working as hard as you do, this exceptional, medium- coverage, matte foundation hides imperfections effortlessly, whilst enhancing the skin’s natural, radiant glow.

No matter what the day throws at you, Artistry EXACT FIT Longwearing Foundation’s breakthrough Colour Lock Technology delivers perfectly calibrated pigments, that are time-and-climate controlled to constantly know their place, and stay there, even in high temperatures or humidity.

Designed for all skin types, especially normal to oily skin, Artistry EXACT FIT Longwearing Foundation mimics the look of real skin, with just the right amount of undetectable coverage for a refined, perfected complexion with an invisibly seamless fit.

·         No touch-ups necessary

·         14 shades

·         SPF15

·         Shade vignette helps identify shade and use-up rate

·         Cap snaps in place; the pump lock can be used to prevent spills.

I was super excited when the girls at Rachel Dalton sent me this new Artistry Exact Fit foundation, unfortunately it was not a match made in heaven as the shade I received was very dark and I could not possibly wear it as a foundation so I decided it would be the perfect liquid contour shade. It is the perfect shade to compliment my foundation. I set about using it as a contour shade straight away.

So how do you contour and highlight using liquid foundation. The idea is to highlight the areas on your face that you want to pop, this is where the light would normally hit your face. The bridge of your nose, your cheekbones, your temple, your brown bone and along your jaw line.

1. Apply your foundation that matches your skin tone.

2. Starting with your light foundation take your flat brush apply it under your eyes and on your cheekbones all the way up to your hairline. Apply it in the middle of your forehead, down the center of your nose,  underneath your eyebrows on the brown bone, along your jawline and on your collar bone. Do not blend yet.

3. Next using your dark foundation and flat brush, apply it in the hollows of your cheeks (under your cheekbones) down both sides of your nose and on the tip (this makes it look smaller) under your jawline at the very top of your neck (this makes your jawline more defined) at the top of your forehead around your hairline and in the crease of your eyelids (this makes your eyes more defined) and above and below your collar bone. You will look like a clown but thats ok.

4. Time to blend. Taking your foundation/stipple brush, in a circular motion blend everything in. You will be surprised how easy this is and how great it looks instantly!

5. Apply powder.

Below are pics of me wearing the foundation as a liquid contour and it defintely lives up to its claim that is is long wearing. It provides great coverage and doesn't break down. This foundation does need to be applied over a silicone primer. It retails at €48.95 now as a contour shade it is expensive but if the shade suited me I would definetly be repurchasing as a foundation. I have seen some of the other #deisebloggers wearing it as a foundation and it looks amazing.

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