The new YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation ($55) is a terribly over indulgent little purchase on my part. I really had to check this one out for myself so I indulged in two shades.
YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation is inspired by YSL’s cult favorite Touch Eclat Pen. With added sun protection (SPF 19) this is a weightless foundation that targets shadowy areas on your face and adds light. The foundation enhances your own natural skin tone leaving behind a weightless finish.
Here are a few thoughts.
Bet you’re excited about YSL Le Teint Touche Éclat Illuminating Foundation SPF 19 aren’t you?
YSL Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation is inspired by YSL’s best selling cult favorite, Touche Éclat. Don’t panic, but, I’ve never actually been a big Touche Éclat fan girl, I’m mot a Dior Booster Pen.
However, I have tried it, I do own it, and I reach for it from time to time and I generally like the idea of this formula in a foundation. Touche Éclat is creamy and really does diminish darkness so perhaps Le Teint Touche Eclat Illuminating Foundation will prove just as brilliant.
Take a look!
Someone speak to the government because this 4th of July rubbish mid-week is so not cool. We should have the entire week off, just sayin’!
My azz is draggings!
I’m blasting Rush as I work today, maybe it’ll wake me up.
Plus looking at YSL Fall 2012 is always a good way to get my eyes wide open.
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My first experience with lipstain/cheek stain was when I purchased the Schick Stick off of HSN about 10 years ago (it might have been even be longer than 10 years ago).
Yeah, the Schick Stick, sounds like a razor to me. But actually it was a cheek and lip stain housed in a tube with a sponge applicator. It was created by the super friendly, utterly gracious, and oh so gorgeous Morgen Schick (she e-mailed me randomly a few years ago just to say hello and thanks for liking her product, I was gobsmacked to say the least).
Morgen, to this very day, still sells her brilliant cheek stain/lipstain and it remains a fond favorite of mine.
Lip and Cheek Stains have evolved so much though. New packaging, formulas, etc…where as before the market was lacking, now the market is saturated with all kinds of stains.
I think one of the main complaints about stains is the irony that they have such a long wear time on cheeks but go drier on lips and sometimes don’t wear as well.
The new Yves Saint Laurent Glossy Stain is testimony that hope is still alive for a lip stain that wears all day with a hydrating formula.
Take a look!