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Here’s a look at Givenchy Prisme Visage 2016 – the reinvention of a 27 year old classic. The powders have been reformulated for improved performance and skin benefits ensuring that they more than satisfy the demands of the modern beauty junkie. Here are the details with photos and swatches. BUY THEM HERE NOW
Givenchy Prisme Visage 2016 Features
- Four-shade blend of powders
- Harmony of matte and luminous textures
- Powders can be used together or separately
- Highlight, sculpt, build, shape
- Reformulated with silk protein to moisturise & soften
- Second skin effect
- Pigments blended with mica powder for extra luminosity
- Light-diffusing ingredient that smoothes the skin and minimise blemishes
- Highlighting shade is infused with atomised pearlescent particles
- Seven shade options
The idea is that you can swirl all the shades together for glowing yet mattifed, perfected skin, or use them separately to sculpt and define. And depending on which shade you go for, the lightest shade can be used to highlight cheekbones, bridge of nose and cupid’s bow and the darkest shade can be used to sculpt and add structure.
The super high quality angle brushes they come with make these the perfect handbag essential and I have been using 01 to perfect and mattify on the go.
Givenchy Prisme Visage 2016 Swatches
Harmony no 1 Mousseline Pastel is more of a colour correcting palette with shade 1 to brighten, shade 2 to conceal redness, shade 3 to correct dullness and shade 4 add freshness.
The other palette I have is No 4 Dentelle Beige which can be used blended to unify and mattify, or the pink shade to brighten with the bronzer shades to add structure.
The texture of these powders is unreal! They are so silky they almost feels like a cream, and so light that they are undetectable on the skin, imparting colour, rather than texture. The pastel quad is my perfect setting powder – it takes away shine without dulling radiance.
I use the No4 as the subtlest sculpting powder or bronzer. The pink shade is super brightening and I have actually used to set my under-eye concealer with great results. Love them.
The Givenchy Prisme Visage 2016 palettes are £34.50 and are available now.
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