I (Cherry) bought a new foundation: Lancome Blanc Expert Cushion Compact Foundation. Let me share with you my personal review.
I had interested in this foundation, talking with one of my friends from South Korea. Seems now in South Korea, this kind of “Cushion Foundation” is on mode. And Lancome has big laboratory in Japan for Asia Pacific region, and there are many items (like my favorite powder foundation) made in Japan, but this product is Made in Korea.
Puff is in the refill package.
Show you the other side of this puff.
I pretty like this puff. On my face, this puff is so smooth and comfortable touch.
Anyway, back to the foundation itself.
They use the term of “cushion” to describe, but seems it is just a sponge. I thought it is just a liquid foundation in a sponge.
Let me show you on my arm how thin this foundation is.
I guess you can see my blood lines, uneven skin torn and some freckles.
Here you are! Beautifully smooth look isn’t it? I didn’t use any of primers!
Please compare the pictures above two. After applying this foundation, do you think I am “makeup”? My skin torn is naturally even, and when you find carefully, you will see my blue blood lines and freckle too. This is quite thin texture and sheer to middle coverage. Recently I was asked by one of our repeat customers, about thin foundation. In case of current formula, THREE’s Fluid, ADDICTION Dewy & Tint Skin Protector, and this Lancome are thin texture and sheer coverage, making look smooth and naturally glow.
I am satisfied with this look.
However I am wondering how should I do for this foundation. It’s perfume is too strong for me. I asked the girls behind me but they have favorite particular foundations each, Albion, THREE, SUQQU etc… Yes, Lancome is for me… and we rarely change foundation brands when we are satisfied with them.
I recommend this foundation to those people: looking for thin foundation, normal-dry skin, doesn’t care about perfume of foundations.
Please check the latest price, and order from here:LANCOME BLANC EXPERT CUSHION COMPACT, or JPY Branch.