Something caught my eye today as I was reading through my WWD (women's wear daily) subscription that I wanted to share with you guys. It is a new supposedly revolutionary foundation by Lancome. I must admit, I am not usually wowed by Lancome's foundations. I have always found them to be a little too flat or a little too drying for me. However, this sounds promising.
It is called Teint Miracle and what makes this foundation new and exciting is the new technology it is supposed to be using to "re-emitted and reflected natural night with a proprietary technology", and it being called the "next generation foundation".
The "proprietary technology" they are using is something Lancome is calling Aura-Inside Technology. OOohhh, sounds so new age!! Anyway, it is said to include "pink and blue bioptic pigments and a liquid light essence". That sounds very nice but I don't think if I believe it yet, liquid light essence? Is that even possible? Well, Lancome says it is, this liquid light essence has teeny-tiny mirrors that are reported to be five times smaller than mother of pearl which gives "non stop light diffusion and transparency". This sounds very....glowy! Sign me up.
Whats most catching about this article is Lancome says that this new foundation is 40% water compared to the traditional 20%, which means its a lot lighter and looks a lot more like natural skin. This leads me to believe though that this will be on the sheerer side of foundations.
I really am looking forward to trying this as I like sheerer foundations especially anything claiming to give me a glow.
What are your thoughts on the new Teint Miracle foundation?