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Recent Yves Saint Laurent Reviews

Mascara -Yves Saint Laurent -The shock

on 12/16/2017 4:44:00 PM


It adds volume and length but also clumps. It sticks my lashes together at the second layer. Nice hourglass shaped brush but the formula is heavy and sticky.

Lipstick -Yves Saint Laurent -Tatouage Couture Liquid Matte Lip Stain

on 12/15/2017 9:53:00 PM


For me, this is a perfect shade! Not sure about the premise of being a lip stain - I don’t find that it particularly “sets” and I would say that the red lip look is quite high maintenance but very worth it!

Concealers -Yves Saint Laurent -Anti-Cernes Multi Action Concealer #1

on 12/14/2017 1:36:00 PM


If you love this concealer as much as I do, be warned - this is being discontinued!
All the stores near me have already run out of my shade, and I was told by a lady at a YSL counter that it's being phased out after they released the new "All Hours" concealer. Here's a eulogy for my dark circles' best friend and the holy grail concealer of several years:

Anti-cernes is the best product I've found for both the undereye circles and blemishes. It has the full coverage of a stick concealer, but the formula is more emollient and blendable than that of other stick (or even cream) concealers I've tried. It glides on almost as easily as a lipstick, without dragging the skin or piling, and I only need to tap it lightly with warm fingertips to blend it into the skin. The narrow tube is just the right size - I can swipe it easily over the very narrow (and very dark!) area between the inner corner of my eyes and the nose, and it instantly brightens up my whole face. If I have something particularly nasty on my skin, I like to let it sit for a couple of minutes before blending to dry up and set a bit, and then carefully tap it in around the edges - this gives me a completely opaque coverage without looking too-too cakey.
Thanks to the precise application and because it doesn't require a lot of blending, it stays put exactly where I applied it and doesn't smear off of whatever I was trying to cover, get into the creases under my eyes, or smudge all around the place, giving me the "reverse panda" eyes (I'm not terribly good with concealers, so this was always a problem with liquid formulas). The finish is slightly luminous - just enough to brighten my eyes a bit and not look flat and dry, but not so much that it emphasizes undereye puffiness (like Touche Eclat) or makes concealed blemishes shine like beacons.
The biggest problem with this was the shade range. I really wish YSL had expanded it and put as much effort into promoting Anti-cernes as its more famous cousin, Touche Eclat - at least for me, this leaves TE completely in the dust.

After I failed to find this in stores, I finally broke down and got the famous (and infamously expensive) Cle de Peau stick. I was always curious if it might be even better than my YSL, but was avoiding it because of the price (actually, CdP turned out to be more than twice the size of YSL, so the price per weight is pretty much the same). It's good, but, you know...it's just not as good - drier, flatter, too big to apply out of the tube, creases a bit more.

Primer/ Corrector -Yves Saint Laurent -Touche Eclat (Radiant Touch)


I wish I had a better experience with this product. It makes my under eye skin look very crepey, and it never completely sets. Packaging is A+ though.

Foundations -Yves Saint Laurent -All Hours Full Coverage Matte Foundation

on 12/11/2017 4:42:00 PM


Full coverage is wild claim, haha.

I felt this is a medium to light coverage, it covered my pores but that was about it.

Smells amazing and it feels like it becomes your skin when it dries out, so even though it did not cover my blemishes, it still looked quite pretty as my skin looked more even.

I quite like this as the shade matches me so well.

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