Foun­da­tion stud­ies for ev­ery skin type.

Foun­da­tions for ev­ery skin tone and type.

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We’ve all been told that foun­da­tion should look like skin. This, of course, means skin in the best pos­si­ble ver­sion of it­self: pore­less, even-toned and free of blem­ishes. These lat­est foun­da­tions got the memo. Ur­ban De­cay All Nighter has three times as much pig­ment as the brand’s Naked Skin line for to­tal cover­age. Smash­box tested its new range in a photo stu­dio to en­sure that it holds up un­der any type of light­ing. Skin­care in­gre­di­ents are found in both Al­may Age Essentials (col­la­gen, hyaluronic acid, pep­tides) and Vichy Teint Idéal (vi­ta­min C). L’Oréal Paris In­fal­li­ble Pro-Glow stays put for up to 24 hours, and the hy­dropho­bic pig­ments in Chanel Teint Ul­tra Tenue keep it in place even in ex­treme hu­mid­ity. Then there are the shade ranges: Ur­ban De­cay, Smash­box and Chanel boast 24, 22 and 16 shades re­spec­tively. Get glow­ing.

Clock­wise, from top: Chanel Teint Ul­tra Tenue Fluid Foun­da­tion in Caramel ($67); Vichy Teint Idéal Flu­ide Foun­da­tion in Rosy Sand ($38); Ur­ban De­cay All Nighter Wa­ter­proof Long­wear Liq­uid Foun­da­tion in 12.0 ($49); Al­may Age Essentials Makeup in Light/Neu­tral ($18); L’Oréal Paris In­fal­li­ble Pro-Glow in Creamy Nat­u­ral ($22); Smash­box Stu­dio Skin 15 Hour Wear Hy­drat­ing Foun­da­tion in 4.4 ($48). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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