- Act as a flawless base
- Contains skin-balancing pigments with light-reflecting properties and white sapphire and pearl powder to create a smooth skin tone and correct imperfections
- Medium coverage
- Contains vitamin E and calendula oil to moisturise and soothe
- SPF 15
- Five Shades: Nude, Natural Beige, Natural Fawn, Natural Tan and Golden Tan
Shade : Nude
WATER (AQUA), PROPYLENE GLYCOL, MINERAL OIL (PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM), ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, STEARIC ACID, ALUMINA, LANOLIN ALCOHOL, TRIETHANOLAMINE, MAGNESIUM ALUMINUM SILICATE, PHENOXYETHANOL, DIMETHICONE, LECITHIN, METHYLPARABEN, CELLULOSE GUM, POLYSORBATE 20, PROPYLPARABEN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL STEARATE, CALENDULA (CALENDULA OFFICINALIS) OIL, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, PEARL POWDER, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), SORBITAN LAURATE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL LAURATE. MAY CONTAIN +/-MICA CI 77019, TITANIUM DIOXIDE CI 77891, IRON OXIDES CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, TIN OXIDE CI 77861
It's texturally different to all my other foundations. It's thicker, oily when first applied.
Once applied you need to be a speedy blender... the foundation itself is difficulty to blend, I found that blotting it on my face and blending it with a flat top brush works ok.
If you use a regular foundation brush you might end up seeing streaks on your face. I have dry skin and it gives me some shine when applied, I look somewhat oily right after application.
Product provides a light - medium coverage, build-able. The foundation is quite good at hiding smaller blemishes - it's sort of like a dryer, slightly less blendable version of a BB cream.
However, within hours the foundation would've removed all moisture on my face and my skin would flake. It's ok to use during warm/hot weather. This product is definitely not recommended for people with very skin to use during cooler days.
|Right side- no foundation. Left- Australis foundation blended|
Probably not - I don't feel this foundation provides enough moisture for dry skin :(
Have you tried this foundation or anything by Australis?