Yves Saint Laurent • Teint Touche Eclat Foundation • Liquid
|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this foundation in the shade BD10.
It feels really silky and moist and it just melts into the skin wonderfully.
I usually have oily skin but since I've been on acne medication for about 4 months my skin has gotten dryer, so I now have normal skin.
I don't have any active breakouts but a bit of scaring on my forehead. This foundation does NOT cover any blemishes or scars. But I'm a big fan of pairing a light foundation with a good concealer so my skin can look as natural as possible.
I use the MAC Pro Longwear concealer in NC15 to cover up my scaring and dark circles.
It just looks so beautiful that I don't even want to powder. It lasts me about 5 hours until I eventually dust a bit of translucent powder over my T-zone.
I'd say it's light coverage but you can build it up to medium. Definitely get a sample :-)
It's just beautiful!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This is probably one of the best foundations I've ever used. It's really easy to apply, and the finish is gorgeous! However, it is really sheer, which means it's more of a your-skin-but-better foundation than one that covers everything up. The best thing about this foundation is that it doesn't cake at all, even after I've applied a few layers, and it works really well with other products.
Unfortunately, the wear on this isn't too good. Without a primer, it does tend to wear off quicker than other foundations, and it can look pretty uneven. The color choice is decent but I found that different stores stocked different shades, which is annoying if you want a shade that's exclusive to a particular store (for example, BD30).
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
As a professional makeup artist, I look for products that will translate into a beautiful camera ready result. YSL's Le Teint Touche Eclat foundation falls into that category. The foundation shades are yellow based which works well with the camera and has the added benefit of camouflaging the redness of rosacea. I found the coverage to be perfect, if you start the application from the center of the face outwards. It also has the light diffusing particles to give a more youthful look to the skin. I would highly recommend this product for my professional talent for beauty makeup in print, live event, and fashion editorials as well as for daily use by consumers.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
the best foundation ever, not cakey and heavy at all, good coverage, evens out the skin and gives radiance. enough said.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Bunches up, cakes up like mad. My skin looked 10x worse, I had to take it right back off! Plus, it's very hard to take off--I had to actually use eye makeup remover on cotton all over my face. Worst foundation I've ever used!
Plus, there is no yellow in this foundation--it's too pink for my yellow-undertoned fair skin.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
It is pricey, but worth it. haven't used liquid foundation in years because I didn't think I could find one that wasn't heavy - but this foundation is the best. It goes on lightly and doesn't look or feel cakey. A small amount covers my entire face and helps to cover redness and even out my complexion. By the end of the day it is still in place and still looks dewey and fresh.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am 42 and have taken good care of my skin all my life.. I was looking for something a little more natural for during the week at work. I love this product. Granted by later in the afternoon it's worn off a bit but it still has a beautiful glow to the skin about it... Laura Mercier is my holy grail foundation but this is a whole different finish. Very fresh, polished, just beautiful... I got 2 compliments on it today and people looking at my skin like they were trying to figure out what the hell I had on... bahahahahahaha. That's when you know you've got a good product. When they asked I told them.. Half of the girls wear Revlon. Had no clue YSL had a foundation... :/ Anywho, I love it.. I will add this to my Laura Mercier stash and switch off on days I want a little heavier.. For right now, this is an excellent foundation for normal work days.. Loving it! <3
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Green
Really beautiful foundation. Featherlight, gives you a glowy, radiant skin.
Looks extremely natural, but if you need to conceal brown spots like me, the coverage is not enough (So I had to use concealer on top of my brown spots).
I had shade 030 - a medium one - and it is good enough for a NC 20-25 skintone.
Ideal for a natural, polished looks, it stays put and does not get greasy. Very lovely.
However I am debating if I have to buy it as for the coverage is on the sheer side.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I am not going to repeat the exceptional quality of this product as all the previous reviewers have raved. If I can only use 1 fdn. only (and I literally have no less than 100 sitting in several drawers), this is the one.
BD 50 suits my NC30-35 skin perfectly, not too yellow and not too ashy, as sometimes a lighter yellow colour can appeared in a greyish ashy tone.
Of course this is for drier skin, for those who doesn't already knew it, dewy/glowy products are more suitable for us old-farts with dry skin. Just because everyone is having fun in the pool doesn't mean a non-swimmer like me to jump in, the expected fun is going to turn into disaster. Think about it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
For reference, I am an NC30 and i got this in Beige 30. I have oily combo skin living in a humid climate. If you live under these conditions I would not recommend this. I typically don't wear mattifying foundations, i like my skin to show through, i don't mind a little bit of oiliness after 4 hours because i like my skin to breath than mattifying it completely. my HG foundation is Estee Lauder Invisible foundation and compare to YSL, YSL gives a more dewy finish and EL gives a satin finish. I tried them both on each side, EL feels dry after application while YSL leaves a sticky,dewy, tacky feel. i thought it must take a while to dry but after the first hour that side of my face got oilier while EL stayed dry. I wore YSL all over my face for a whole day and i kept blotting and powdering my face every hour or two. Finally it broke me out that very day after a whole day testing the foundation from excess oil.
the only thing i do like about the foundation is it did give a radiance. it is about the same coverage as EL, sheer to medium coverage but somehow my face seems brighter even at the end of the day, even after all that blotting. but i just had to take it back because my skin just doesn't agree with the formulation.
I don't like the packaging as well, even if i pack the glass bottle well, it's pretty heavy. and although its nice that it comes with a pump, its a bit hard to control. it has a runny consistency and i only need about half a pump but i find it hard to pump just half way to get half a pump so the other half gets wasted.