Giorgio Armani Face Fabric Foundation is officially back by popular demand. Formulated 10 years ago, the product amassed a dedicated cult following, especially from the likes of celebrities. So when the product disappeared from the shelves, beauty lovers (including those aforementioned celebs) panicked. According to our friends at Cosmopolitan, the liquid foundation even made its way into a certain “K” named sisters’ list of “most missed products in makeup history.” For a product deserving that kind of attention and longing following its discontinuation, you know it had to be really good. Hence, its long-awaited revival.
If you’re wondering about the product’s denim-themed packaging or why it’s named “face fabric,” the brand poetically relates the foundation to the experience of trying on the *perfect* pair of jeans. In the same way those jeans hug your body shape, Face Fabric foundation creates a “second skin effect,” for a casual, matte finish that’s as much of a staple in your everyday routine as your jean & T-Shirt combo.
Its unique formula starts as a mousse and melts into your skin to become a lightweight, powder matte — which is different from a lot of formulas we’re used to. The buildable formula makes it ideal for spring and summer months when you want a natural finish with just the right amount of coverage. If you’re looking for a foundation that’ll blur your pores and imperfections like an Instagram filter without masking your face with product, this foundation’s your answer.
Face Fabric Foundation is currently available in 12 different shades for $49. To see how the foundation looks IRL, check out Taylor Anise’s review below:
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