Touche Eclat is the secret weapon of women around the globe when instant luminous glow to the complexion is needed. YSL Beauté labored to create a foundation that could match the illuminating prowess of Touche Eclat and so in 2012, TOUCHE ECLAT LE TEINT was born.
Today, YSL Beauté introduces a new generation, advanced formula that has the power to visibly awaken and energize the skin. Marking a new dawn in flawless complexion, it delivers sublime radiance, weightlessness, and the perfect coverage for an even and luminous skin enlivened with a healthy-looking glow.
NEW CATCHLIGHT TECHNOLOGY
Translucent hybrid semi-spheres have been added to golden pigments to capture light and diffuse a continuous, controlled, soft radiance all day long – without any shine.
Combined to the existing pigments, this association offers a zero-weight, flawless, translucent coverage that allows light to breathe through. This lighter-than-ever, ultra-comfortable fluid feels lightweight on the skin.
Now infused with the Anti-Fatigue Complex housed inside the Touche Eclat pen, TOUCHE ECLAT LE TEINT banishes shadows and dispels dullness instantly. Vitamin E helps to protect from free radicals, while Ruscus Extract helps to combat visible signs of fatigue, soothes skin and boosts micro-circulation.
Glow, not shine. Skin is luminously and naturally enlivened, sculpted by a magic light. Its flaws are erased and its texture is smoothed.
TOUCHE ECLAT LE TEINT: awakening effects, zero- weight radiance, flawless coverage.
APPLICATION TIPS by LLOYD SIMMONDS
“The transparent pigments in this formula create a ‘barely-there’ impression on the skin. Its glow gives the illusion of health and vitality, tricking the eye – and the wearer – into feeling and looking better.”
“The Y shape reservoir is deep enough to withstand a few drops, but don’t fill it all the way up immediately. Add just one droplet at a time – less is always more when it comes to foundation.”
“Begin by making circular movements on the face with the brush, massaging the foundation into the skin, starting from the centre of the face and moving outwards, spreading it evenly.“
“For any areas that need a bit of extra attention, tap into the skin with a stippling motion to deliver more product where you need it – perhaps around the nose, chin and forehead. Keep the layer as thin as possible to help unify the colour.”