I’ve used Armani’s foundations before and they are good. They are really good. If you are willing to spend a little bit more on a foundation, this is the go-to brand if you ask me. There has been a lot of writing about their latest creation, the Maestro Fusion Foundation, a lightweight, natural foundation which won Allure magazine’s “Best of Beauty” award for Best Breaktrough 2012. Very interesting indeed.
Recently I manged to convince my mother to try the Maestro foundation. She is not an avid foundation-user, instead she prefers tinted moisturizers all year around, but I thought it was time to up the game and get a little bit more coverage and even out the skin tone. Since it’s formula is really really light (I’ve never had another foundation that felt so light) but packed with pigments, you just need two little drops for the entire face. I think it’s the perfect foundation for her since it gives a very natural result, evens out the skin tone, and is easily applied with the fingers.
It contains 5 different oils, three evaporate quickly after you have applied it, but two stay on. One contains sunscreen for protection and the other includes white lotus extract, with antioxidant properties. It’s not greasy at all and gives a semi-matte finish which worked perfectly for my mom.
You can find it here.