I love checking out new foundations, and in this article I’ve a base and concealer duo product please a setting powder to share with you. Both products are from the brand Global Goddess Beauty. Is their Appearance Perfection Duo Epidermis Nourishing Foundation/Concealer First, that i have in the tone 2.0. Second is their Complexion Perfection Japanese Rice Powder with Ginseng.
Check out my full review on each product, including all the merchandise info, after the pictures! 17.99 (0.42 oz full size). Available on the Efficient Living website, at Dermstore (for reasons uknown the Dermstore website is charging a lot more and they only have two shades to choose from), and all over the place else Global Goddess Cosmetics are sold.
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The three C’s of flawless beauty – care, concealment and coverage. The Complexion Perfection Duo creates the perfect balance. It not only will take the guesswork out of attaining a flawless face for just about any skin tone, but it is also a nourishing skin-saving treatment. Global elements like Illippe Butter, Chamomile and Neem soothe your precious skin.
The cream-to-powder base glides on to a silky matte end, as the matching concealer is the perfect emollient formulation to minimize wrinkles and shadows. Obtainable in several shades; I’ve tone 2.0, which is another lightest shade so when it arrived in the email I was a little worried because the foundation looked too dark and the concealer looked too light.
However, the foundation was a near perfect match for me personally! The concealer is too light to use for blemishes still, but best for brightening under vision circles and my eye lids – i quickly applied the building blocks on top so it wasn’t so light on my epidermis. They don’t really show the shades on the Efficient Living website, which is the official retailer for Global Goddess Beauty. This is supposed to be a cream to powder method, but it never fully arranged on me. However, I have that problem with nearly all cream foundations because of my combo/oily skintone. During the winter is just about the only time cream foundations could work on my skin without issues.
If I set this foundation it will work but really cream foundations are not the best option for oily epidermis types. This basis/concealer duo small doesn’t come with an applicator, nor does it have a space for just one like the majority of compacts do. I used the e.l.f. Makeup products Studio Line Small Stipple Brush to use and blend this out.