Napoleon Perdis

Napoleon Perdis


Overall rating
3.7
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63%
would repurchase
3.7
Created with Sketch.
Overall rating
63%
would repurchase

Recent Napoleon Perdis Reviews

Stroke of Genius Liquid Cashmere Foundation

Edit: coming back to remove a lippy from this one. I want to like it but I found that it kept sliding and settling into fine lines. Setting sprays seemed to mess with the finish/texture and break it up and powders made it look cakey. I gave up using it in the end as the initial love affair wore off. I think it is possible that it’s not compatible with the rest of my face routine but too hard 🤷🏼‍♀️ I have been using this in Look 1 for my NC13 skin tone. Colour me astonished but I really like this product. I have never really cared much for the Napoleon line but I really like this foundation. It is really thick and creamy. I apply it lightly with a foundation brush and blend it out with a stopping brush for a medium coverage. It could easily build to full coverage and that is what is intended I think. I prefer my foundation lighter. I have dry skin and it sits nicely and doesn’t catch on dry patches. It lasts moderately well - possibly some slight tendency to rub off towards the end of the day. I don’t think this would suit oily face types. My one pet peeve, the packaging! It has a built in brush that is non-removable. I don’t even know why. It’s stupid and unhygienic. I like the ideas of the off/on function but really this product would be some much better in a normal tube. It would be great to see the range expanded to accommodate for skin colours. 7 shades is very limiting.

Stroke of Genius Liquid Cashmere Foundation
3.0
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a year ago

Edit: coming back to remove a lippy from this one. I want to like it but I found that it kept sliding and settling into fine lines. Setting sprays seemed to mess with the finish/texture and break it up and powders made it look cakey. I gave up using it in the end as the initial love affair wore off. I think it is possible that it’s not compatible with the rest of my face routine but too hard 🤷🏼‍♀️ I have been using this in Look 1 for my NC13 skin tone. Colour me astonished but I really like this product. I have never really cared much for the Napoleon line but I really like this foundation. It is really thick and creamy. I apply it lightly with a foundation brush and blend it out with a stopping brush for a medium coverage. It could easily build to full coverage and that is what is intended I think. I prefer my foundation lighter. I have dry skin and it sits nicely and doesn’t catch on dry patches. It lasts moderately well - possibly some slight tendency to rub off towards the end of the day. I don’t think this would suit oily face types. My one pet peeve, the packaging! It has a built in brush that is non-removable. I don’t even know why. It’s stupid and unhygienic. I like the ideas of the off/on function but really this product would be some much better in a normal tube. It would be great to see the range expanded to accommodate for skin colours. 7 shades is very limiting.


Color Disc
5.0
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a year ago

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Color Disc
5.0
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a year ago

<object onclick="ga('send', {hitType: 'event',eventCategory: 'Ajax Interaction',eventAction: 'PlayVideo',eventLabel: ''});" width="360" height="320"><param name="movie" value="https://www.youtube.com/v/LOMYJjhZ5_s"><param name="wmode" value="transparent"><embed src="https://www.youtube.com/v/LOMYJjhZ5_s" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="360" height="320"></object> I've been using them now for over a year, which means that I can tell you how I feel about Napoleon Perdis color discs. I have the pink one which is matte and a shimmer one which is in a plum shade. I did a review about the Napoleon Perdis color discs and shared my thoughts in the video. The video is going to be above this paragraph or on your right. Also, I included a little eye makeup tutorial where I used the shades that I am having and created a look with it so that you are having an idea of how they perform.

Foundation
4.0
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a year ago

definitely one of my favourite foundations! (this review is about the stroke of genius liquid cashmere) i am always sure to pick up one of these foundations when visiting family and friends in australia! this foundation has a subtle glow and tastefully brings out the wearers undertones, rather than masking them. this foundation blends extremely well and is thick, silky and velvety in texture, without feeling heavy or clogging pores. i am a ballet dancer, and find that my face looks spectacularly radiant on film and in pictures when wearing this foundation this foundation does (on oily skin at least) tend to transfer on to my finders and objects when touching my face, as well as separating and looking odd around my nose and around any acne i may have. to combat this i am always sure to use a primer and setting powder. despite its faults, it is a gorgeous, radiant, creamy, beautifully coloured foundation that i would recommend to anybody- particularly those with drier skin as it is very moisturising.

Foundation
4.0
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a year ago

definitely one of my favourite foundations! (this review is about the stroke of genius liquid cashmere) i am always sure to pick up one of these foundations when visiting family and friends in australia! this foundation has a subtle glow and tastefully brings out the wearers undertones, rather than masking them. this foundation blends extremely well and is thick, silky and velvety in texture, without feeling heavy or clogging pores. i am a ballet dancer, and find that my face looks spectacularly radiant on film and in pictures when wearing this foundation this foundation does (on oily skin at least) tend to transfer on to my finders and objects when touching my face, as well as separating and looking odd around my nose and around any acne i may have. to combat this i am always sure to use a primer and setting powder. despite its faults, it is a gorgeous, radiant, creamy, beautifully coloured foundation that i would recommend to anybody- particularly those with drier skin as it is very moisturising.