Which high coverage foundation should I choose?
1. High coverage foundation: the ultimate beauty weapon
Dullness, dark spots, acne scars, spots and dilated pores are blemishes that every woman would prefer to hide for a flawless complexion. Because combination and oily skin types are prone to blemishes, high coverage foundation and concealers will be of particular relevance to them.
2. The Everlasting solution
If you're looking for a high coverage foundation that feels light on the skin, try the Everlasting Foundation + designed by Clarins to conceal blemishes with no mask-like effect. Your complexion stays matte and radiant throughout the day, while small imperfections are blurred and concealed. The Everlasting foundation's hydrating formula keeps skin supple for complete comfort and a radiant glow. Perfect coverage from morning to night!
3. Which texture is right for me?
The Everlasting foundation is available in three textures to suit all preferences: Liquid (high coverage and lightweight texture), Cushion (dewy effect) and Compact (high coverage matte effect). All three ensure flawless skin and high to medium coverage throughout the day. N.B.: the Cushion and Compact versions are perfect for slipping into your bag for touch-ups on the go.
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