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YSL Fusion ink foundation- coverage?

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Aquamarine70 Sun 30-Aug-15 15:00:22

I found Touch Éclat to thin & just didn't cover at all. Does this have better coverage & last better?

gonegrey56 Sun 30-Aug-15 15:42:39

It is pretty sheer , but you can layer it where you need more coverage . I find it lasts well on my combination skin but never looks cakey . Why don't you get a sample ? YSL give out dinky little pots which are perfect for touch ups during the day . Then you can decide if the investment is worth it for you .

Aquamarine70 Mon 31-Aug-15 04:06:19

Thanks I will go into Mecca Maxima as the girls are really good in there for giving a sample. I wasn't sure if they could get any out of the pot as it has a sponge applicator. I am in Australia so when it's hot I need something that doesn't slide off my face but doesn't look cakey.

coffeenut Mon 31-Aug-15 04:57:27

Let me know how you go at mecca aqua I would have thought a better bet was a department store though for samples? Myer is usually pretty good (DJs not so good but depends on the counter?). I keep meaning to get a sample of this and also dior star from Myer!

Aquamarine70 Mon 31-Aug-15 09:38:06

My nearest Myer doesn't do YSL & I never go into the city. we don't have a David Jones in our local shopping centre either. If they can't get a sample out of the bottle due to the applicator I'll get them to apply some & see how it wears over the day. I tried Young blood liquid today but it's gone a bit darker over the day. I want dewy but with some coverage & staying power.

Aquamarine70 Mon 31-Aug-15 09:41:21

I tried the Dior star, I thought I liked it but it just seemed to sit on the surface of my skin. If I touched my face it transferred badly.

Aquamarine70 Tue 01-Sep-15 13:27:42

I tried the Fusion today and I don't like it. I tried B20 as no sample for B10. It was a little too brown & still very sheer & not much coverage. I think I'll have to give up on a liquid & go back to mineral make up.

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