QUICK REVIEW: YSL Le Teint Encre de Peau Foundation

Hello everyone! Back in January of this year at the VIB Rouge YSL Masterclass event, I got to try their newest foundation which was the  Le Teint Encre de Peau or Fusion Ink. At the next VIB Rouge sale after that, I decided to splurge and pick it up in B50 Honey/Beige.
From Sephora.com: This weightless foundation wears effortlessly for natural-looking, all-day comfort. Never cakey or heavy, it stays on flawlessly, and its revolutionary, hybrid liquid-to-pigment stain technology creates a thin to lightweight formula that covers like a foundation. Its exclusive, extendable polymers allow for buildable coverage with lasting, lightweight results, while the exclusive face zoning applicator allows you to perfectly blend onto the face for a precise, soft finish.
PROS: Extremely lightweight (feels almost like water) with full coverage. Skin looks crazy flawless with this on and has a matte finish.
CONS: The wand is completely useless in my opinion – I wish it had a pump considering how fluid it is.
WOULD I REPURCHASE? While it was a nice splurge at the time, since then I’ve found less expensive foundations that work for me. I like that it’s super thin and lightweight, however the formulations of others (ie: Maybelline) which may be a touch thicker do not bother me at all. So long story short, I won’t be repurchasing this just based on the cost ($64 CDN) however I would recommend it for someone who wants a full coverage foundation without the bulk.

Have you tried this foundation? What’s your lightweight base of choice? Let me know in the comments! Thanks so much for stopping by!


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