Make Up For Ever’s Newest Products Are Perfect for People Who Hate Putting on Foundation

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If blending foundation all over your face every morning sounds like a laborious nightmare, Make Up For Ever’s new easy-to-apply complexion product might be the answer to your makeup prayers. It’ll also be a savior for skin in the approaching sticky summer weather.

The Ultra HD Perfector has a barely there feel and uses silica powders to create a blurring effect that minimizes the look of pores, scars, and any other imperfections. It can be applied with your fingers because it behaves more like a tinted moisturizer than a foundation, and the coverage is similar to a skin tint — sheer to medium. It’s a great option for those who want something that feels more natural than foundation without sacrificing coverage. For more coverage, simply use a foundation brush or sponge to apply, or layer a concealer on top. Since it has SPF 25, it can streamline any skin-care and makeup regimen. The Perfector comes in ten shades, but each shade can blend to fit up to five different skin tones, which makes the line compatible with as many as 50 shades.

After you apply the Perfector, finish off the no-makeup makeup look with one of the four new Ultra HD Soft Light highlighter shades, which come in Pink Pearl, Golden Champagne, Pink Copper, and Golden Copper. These liquid highlighters are made with pure mother-of-pearl and can be mixed with any foundation for an all-over glow. The Soft Light can also be used as a highlighter on the high points of the face, like the cheekbones and nose.

The Perfector foundation and Soft Light highlighters are available now at Sephora.

Ultra HD Perfector Golden Vanilla
$36, Sephora
Ultra HD Perfector Golden Apricot
$36, Sephora
Ultra HD Perfector Golden Honey
$36, Sephora
Ultra HD Perfector Warm Brown
$36, Sephora
Ultra HD Soft Light Golden Copper
$29, Sephora
Ultra HD Soft Light Pink Pearl
$29, Sephora
Ultra HD Soft Light Golden Champagne
$29, Sephora
Ultra HD Soft Light Pink Copper
$29, Sephora

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