A radiant complexion thanks to the Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil
As often, the beginning of the year is an opportunity for high-end brands to announce their upcoming makeup novelties. Also, Sisley has not escaped the rule and offers us, among other things, a brand new sunny powder.
This is called the Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil and offers you an easy application avoiding any lack of taste. Its tan is infinitely modulated and adapts to all skin tones without ever creating excess caramel-effect materials. So, you too, dare the sun powder and display a radiant face throughout the year!
The luminous radiance of Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil
The Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil is a sun powder allowing you to both unify your complexion and make it more radiant. This clearly aims to enhance your complexion and give it nuances that are both natural and golden in order to sculpt the relief of your face. The Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil is delivered to you in a rectangular palette decorated with gold stripes.
All this comes with a mini nomadic brush to take everywhere with you and carefully designed to facilitate the application of this product. The interior of the palette, meanwhile, contains a mirror allowing you to make up again in all circumstances. The Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil is then presented in three different colors available in kinds of waves.
Two of them are rather golden and apply evenly over the entire face. The pink powder , on the other hand, is used more like a blush. Everything is also enriched with camellia and shea oil to take care of the skin over time.
Tips for using Sisley
The uses of this product are then varied and Sisley recommends three methods of application of the Phyto Touche Poudre Eclat Soleil. The first of them is to make a contouring, that is to say to sculpt your face thanks to an effect of shadows.
To do this, all you need to do is apply the lightest shade all over your face before sculpting it using the darker powder. The second method of application, for its part, proceeds in the opposite way. It’s more of a kind of strobing. In this case, start by applying the darker shade all over your face and then highlight the rounded parts of it with the lighter powder.
Finally, the third method consists of sweeping the two beige powders with the same brushstroke to create a personalized tan to be applied to the entire face. Finally, whatever method you choose, all you have to do is finish your makeup with a touch of pink blush to apply to your cheekbones. Once again, this should be spread in moderation so as not to create a “clown” effect. With your brushes, the summer sun invites itself into your bathroom!