For the record, I don’t endorse masking our flaws. Those adorable freckles, your unruly curly hair, that dimple on your chin: all these features bring a unique character to your face that can’t be copied. That’s what makes celebrating individuality awesome and so much fun.
Unfortunately, acne, redness, and uneven skin tone remain on the F-List of acceptable unique flaws worthy of an Allure pictorial. Bummer for me, because once a month, I’ve got hormonal acne in spades. So what’s a girl to do? How do I disguise some obnoxious skin issues, while also staying true to what makes me me. Let’s lean in…
Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able Full Cover Foundation Concentrate. It used to be that full coverage + lightweight = oxymoron. Not anymore. Marc Jacob Beauty’s full coverage foundation let’s women have it all (in a foundation, at least). This liquid foundation packs such a punch in the pigment department, all one needs are a few dabs applied with the dot applicator.
I am so impressed by the coverage I get from seemingly the ittiest-bittiest amount of product. Seriously, this foundation makes your concealer (almost) obsolete. Marc recommends using this brush from his line to buff Re(marc)able Foundation Concentrate into your complexion, but I’ve found that this buffing brush by budget-friendly Real Techniques gets the job done, and done well.
The coverage is why I picked up this innovation, but what I love most about Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able Full Cover Foundation Concentrate is how it completely conceals imperfections without feeling like a heavy, caked-on mask. Coverage is buildable, so I can amp it up for a night out, but I can also keep it sheer for everyday-use in the office. Honestly, I kind of can’t imagine my life without this foundation right now.
Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able Full Cover Foundation Concentrate is $55 at Sephora and comes in 21 shades.
Do you have a full coverage foundation on stand-by for events or nights on the town? Or do you keep your foundation routine consistent, regardless of where your feet take you?