Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup Add It To The Wish List

Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup

So yeah, I’ve def tried mousse makeup before but most of the formulations I’ve tried have come out of Asia and I’ve never actually seen one in the US….

Anyone?

Maybe I have.

I’m getting old I can’t remember all the makeup I’ve tried.

Needless to say I was intrigued by Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup because not only did it comes in an array of shades but also a unique formula that as I said above isn’t typical of US brands.

Available in 12 shades Elizabeth Arden Flawless Finish Mousse Makeup is the perfect pick for the minimalists out there who just want a little something to perfect. This is a light, airy mousse that gives a sheer transulcent finish that brightens skin and evens out for a your skin but better finish.

Count me curious!

I’ll add this one to the wish list to try out.

Tried it?

Do share your thoughts!

Available now at www.elizabetharden.com.

  • 1/8/14 11:17 Deb:

    Muse, you are most certainly not getting old. But I am positive you have tried more makeup than anyone else your age. Yes, there have been mousse foundations like this before here in the good ole USA. I just can’t remember what brand. There was one I really liked when I was around your age and I just can’t remember who made it. But you would have been in diapers at that time! They haven’t been around for a long time so I would imagine you haven’t ever run across them here. I seem to remember that there was nothing really special about the product itself; just the novelty of shaking a can and dispensing your foundation like hair mousse. I’m sure the formulas have come a loooong way since I last tried one.

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    • 1/8/14 12:22 Isabella Muse:

      aw thanks deb sometimes feels like it though :-D I can’t say I remember that! I know there are TON of Korean and Japanese ones I’ve tried but never one here in the US although Shu does have a mousse SPF base :-D does that count?! But yeah they are quite novel I actually have a few of them that I use in the Summer for lighter coverage ;D

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  • 1/8/14 12:56 The Beauty Alchemist:

    This looks like the same mousse from EA that my mom used when I was a teen. Can it be the same ? I recall her liking it and it was very neat. That was when it first came out.

    Maybelline had that new mousse one a few years back, Dream Nude Airfoam , but it wasn’t great.

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    • 1/8/14 13:07 Isabella Muse:

      OMG I forgot about Dream Nude Airfoam! HOLY COW! How did I forget that? I hated it but YES you’re right :D

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  • 1/8/14 13:39 melissa:

    Hiya muse (just almost typed mousse bwahaha) So as a (canned/bottled) mousse foundation fan here’s a couple thoughts on the U.S. ones: – EA had one before, I think I bought it as recently as 2 years ago, and not sure when it was discontined. Revlon photoready has a mousse foundation, and Milani has one that YOU reviewed (insert another bwahaha here because I have the giggles) There was/is a Maybeline one in a pump, but it wasn’t too moussey and called a liquid. You reviewed the air/mousey one that Maybeline currently has called “air infused”. Rimmel has a mousse in a tube foundation. There is a new one on the non-U.S. Laroche-Pose site thats in a tube and allges moussienes. Oh and Shu has done one on and off.. not sure if there is a current one, but the last one looked like a hair mousse can/bottle. I’m sure there is more but I’m going to get back to work LOL. Hope your hump day was fun!

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    • 1/9/14 13:16 Isabella Muse:

      omg I forgot about the milani one! jeez ;-D hehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I even think I liked it!? damn melissa you’re like a library lol! I have senior moments because sometimes I can’t remember everything I tried ;D

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  • 1/8/14 15:17 Ashley:

    Dior makes the air flash spray, wow count me curious too! They are getting really creative formulations, all they need on the market now is a mousse body lotion, st. ives has the mist or spray which I liked.

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  • 1/8/14 18:29 Erica B:

    I have tried this and I loved it!! It left my skin so smooth it wasn’t drying for me or got me oily throughout the day! It was medium coverage, but it definately still made my skin look flawless and blemish-free!!! I was a bit skeptical at first because I hadn’t tried any Elizabeth Arden products. I will add that to me it is not so much as a mousse, but it is like a FIZZ! It doesn’t fizz on my face or anything but it does bubble when you first squirt it out of the can! I did like the shade selection for my skin tone (medium). I got the color bisque which is a tad tanner than my regular skin tone. The shade was great and looked amazing on my skin! It made my skin look radiant but matte. I also tried the maybelline dream mousse airfoam and did NOT like that! This is different!

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    • 1/9/14 9:49 Isabella Muse:

      oh it sounds lovely and interesting erica :-D I didn’t like airfoam either, what a disaster!

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  • 4/11/14 17:32 Shani:

    This is one of my “quirky” favorites. I say “quirky” because there really isn’t a good match for my skin in the whole range, yet this mousse looks amazing on my skin. I carry this foundation around for touch-ups because it applies smoothly over anything, and it never skips or clots. For the lightness, the coverage is incredible. My best foundation shades are MUFE Face & Body #34 and Face Atelier, Tan; yet Honey in the mousse foundation works beautifully for me. It’s too bad this foundation is so obscure because I think lots of people would love it.

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    • 4/16/14 15:44 Isabella Muse:

      I agree! it kinda is obscure and something we’d tend to kinda avoid due to the texture. Novel yes but not something people would typically want to use but it applies SO beautifully and flawless too ;D

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