Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Guerlain Parure Gold Foundation






I have been wearing Guerlain Parure Gold Foundation for a few months now. It's been my go-to base when I want a slightly fuller coverage but still, want my skin to look fresh and radiant rather than masked.
 When applied with a loose haired buffing brush it airbrushes the skin with a naturally flawless finish that has a buttery texture.
 It gives the skin a low-level sheen than looks hydrated with an enviable even texture.
 It’s moisturising but not greasy and would be suitable for a dry through to combination skin. It may be a little too radiant for an oily skin but the actual texture wouldn’t be offensive to those with an oilier skin, you’d just need to dust over a light loose powder to reduce the shine in areas and increase the longevity.

 Lasts really well on the skin, doesn’t cling to dryness and blends well over pores without enhancing them. Photographs with zero flashbacks even though it contains an SPF30 making it an excellent choice for bridal or editorial.

A little goes a long way so apply in small quantities and build cover with circular buffing strokes to massage it fully into the skin.

This foundation is softly scented, not an overpowering old-fashioned scent but a delicate floral. It uses notes of peach, raspberry and jasmine for a fresh botanical aroma. It’s very pleasant and although you are aware of the scent on your skin initially, it fades after an hour or so.

Colour options are limited to 12 shades and although there is a mix of pink and yellow bases, unfortunately, the shades don't go very deep.

Parure Gold comes in a 30ml pump bottle in a good sturdy black packaging. It’s a good size for travelling with and the pump has never failed on me yet!

Not a cheap option at £57.00 but a very reliable beautiful foundation that will give you enviable skin.

You can purchase here.
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  1. This foundation is softly scented, not an overpowering old-fashioned scent but a delicate floral.I love this

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