NARSNatural Radiant Longwear Foundation

NARS - Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation Punjab - Medium 1 1 oz/ 30 mL
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COLOR: Punjab - Medium 1 - for medium skin with yellow undertones
SIZE 1 oz/ 30 mLITEM 2031011
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What it is: A buildable, full-coverage foundation with up to 16 hours of lightweight, natural, fade-resistant wear.

Coverage: Full

Finish: Natural

Formulation: Liquid

Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, and Oily

Highlighted Ingredients:
- Blend of Fruit Extracts (Raspberry, Apple, and Watermelon): Helps support skin’s elastic fibers to smooth the look of skin’s texture over time for optimal radiance.

Ingredient Callouts: Free of sulfates SLS and SLES, parabens, formaldehyde, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, retinyl palmitate, oxybenzone, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, triclocarban, and fragrance. This product is also gluten-free.

What Else You Need to Know: Available in 33 skin-matching shades that fit all skin tones and undertones, this unique formula mimics skin’s natural tone, fusing with it for the closest match. The transfer- and sweat-resistant foundation stays color-true and fresh-looking all day long, while radiantly smoothing the look of skin.

Clinical Results: In a 1-week independent U.S. consumer study of 65 participants:
- 91% agree the foundation blends effortlessly
- 91% agree skin appears smooth while wearing the foundation
- 85% agree the foundation feels weightless
Suggested Usage:
-For the best result, apply to clean, moisturized skin without primer.
-Dispense one pump or a pearl-size amount of Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation and warm with fingertips. Always warm liquid foundation in the hand and apply with fingertips this creates the most natural-looking finish.
-Apply foundation starting at the center of the face and blend out with fingertips.
-Focus on one area at a time and blend well.
-Start where more coverage is needed (typically in the center of the face) and work out toward the edge of the face.

-Too much formula accentuates lines and imperfections. Avoid excess application around eyes or contours of the face.
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