looks gorgeously like skin
I am such a fan of the Ellis Faas. As an artist and makeup formulator she really understands skin and how to make it look flawless. The brand is pricey but for me I think that the way it layers and builds and allows any coverage to look like skin makes it well worth the price. Some people compare it to YSL Touche Eclat but I think this less luminous formulation fits in well with any foundation and allows for making it matte or dewey.
My New Favorite
These match the shades of the Ellis Faas foundation to a T. The coverage is surprisingly sufficient. Highly pigmented, I've found I can use it under the eyes and also on blemishes with little fuss. Blends like a dream and just like the foundation, leaves a pretty glow. Word of advice on using the Ellis Faas Pens. Every click you make to get it started must be done with care. If you get in a hurry or lose patience and start making multiple clicks all at once the product will catch up eventually and it will over dispense out of the brush. Be very careful. It's expensive and you won't want to waste a drop.
... Frighteningly over priced!! btw, I'm not feeling the whole "bullet" thing. The packaging is supposed to make it easier for one to carry product 'on the go', but for me is makes is harder. idk, everything's not for everybody. I wish it was cheaper & in a normal package, I would gobble it up!
Illuminating Wonder Coverage!
Love Love Love! So happy with this product. I'm a pro makeup artist and have just started using this product and will never stop! It's glowy, great for under eyes, not too heavy, doesn't crease, and has just enough pigmentation to cover what needs covering.