Discovering the perfect foundation tailored to your needs can be a challenging quest. With a wide range of formulas, finishes, and benefits available, it can be overwhelming to navigate through the options. Don't worry, we're here to assist you. Let us guide you through the unique advantages of each foundation type and share some pro tips on how to find your dream formula, finish, and the ideal shade match
The ABC of finding your ultimate fit is to shop with coverage in mind.
Matt foundation tends to offer higher coverage, making it ideal to cover acne, scars, and pigmentation. Based on its characteristics, matte finish is more suitable for those with oily skin.
Dewier, more luminous foundations allow your natural complexion to shine through. More suitable for those with normal to dry skin.
Make sure you choose the foundation that supports the way you want your skin to look like at the end
Understanding and meeting your skin needs is the basis of everything in beauty and the key to long-lasting makeup. The skin is your body’s largest organ, take time to learn your skin type and understand its specific needs, this helps you to choose the right product that balances your skin and creates a more radiant complexion. Understanding your skin type will determine which foundation suits you best.
3 main skin types: Oily, dry and combination.
Your skin tone may change throughout the year, but your undertone never changes. Skin tones range from very deep to very fair in color, but undertone refers to the shade that is within that color. Your undertone is the color underneath the surface of your skin, identified as warm, cool, and neutral.
Warm includes golden, yellow, or peachy undertones
Cool includes pink, red, or blueish undertones
You're neutral if you're a mixture warm and cool
Once you identified your undertone, it will be easier to harmonize and balance your skin tone with the right shade of foundation and concealer.
Your skin tone may change throughout the year, but your undertone never changes. Skin tones range from very deep to very fair in color, but undertone refers to the shade that is within that color.
Isadora's foundation shades are labeled to match specific undertones. Once you identified your undertone, it will be easier to balance your skin tone with the right shade of foundation and concealer.
For warm undertone, you need foundations marked with the shade W (warm). Similarly, for a neutral undertone, choose foundations with the label N, and for a cool undertone, go for shades marked with C (cool). This logical approach ensures you find the ideal foundation that complements your undertone.