This foundation attracted me because of the ‘Nude’ in the name. I’m not into ‘heavy’ foundations that fully cover and give the mask effect. I want to achieve a natural look and to even out the skin. This foundation, paired with quality brush, met my expectations.
This Nude is a new formulation of the old version of the foundation. One of its tasks is to cover more than the previous version. Thus, with only a few drops I manage to get a medium coverage. For me, in this case, less is more; it only takes a few small drops of foundation to cover my entire face.
In the beginning, I was not thrilled with how it looked on face, so I tried to apply it in variety of ways – with the hands, as well as with several different brushes. Shiseido Perfect Foundation Brush was the right match. With it, I got the best results when blending product into the skin. In this combination, my satisfaction with the foundation is high. In addition, the foundation is lightweight, it is suitable for all day wear and protects the skin from the sun’s harmful rays with SPF 15. It has slightly velvety finish and, as such, will not suit people with very dry skin.
The range of shades is huge, so anyone can find the appropriate one. They are divided by skin undertones. Numbers that end with a zero are designed for neutral undertones (as this one is), with a one for yellow, with a two for pink and with a three for peach undertones.
Net weight: 30 ml | 1 fl.oz.
Price: £31.00 | $48.00
Have you tried Dior Diorskin Nude foundation? Is there any other lightweight foundation that you can recommended?