The foundation looks really natural on the skin and has a nice glow to it - what I didn't expect to like was the dropper applicator. I usually prefer a pump but the dropper gives you much better control over how much foundation you use - and unless you have a giant face you won't need more then 3 or 4 drops of foundation to cover the whole face. You can either apply the foundation from the dropper directly to your sponge or brush or if you prefer to warm the foundation up a bit first, drop it onto the back of your hand and dip your brush or sponge into it from there.
I prefer a brush for applying foundation and for even overall results, it's recommended to apply Teint Lumière in circular motions, starting at the center of the face with the the Lise Watier Perfecting Foundation Brush - $35 - which has a kabuki shape and tightly packed, flat bristles for easy application and a perfectly airbrushed, even finish.
Available now at drugstores across Canada.
- Lisamarie -