Sunday, 10 June 2012

Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheers.


I mentioned Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer's last week after using them for a stunning Asian bride who had a natural even skin tone.  I use these a lot for photoshoots but weirdly don't hear about others using them much, although they must do, its an Instyle Best Beauty Buys Winner 2012!
Last weeks bride was not a make up wearer and when I say 'not a make up wearer', I mean to the point of owning about two cosmetics, so it was a challenge as she was out of her comfort zone to even book a Make Up Artist, therefore I chose the lightest yet most effective formulas, 3 drops of  Givenchy Eclat Matissime Foundation in Mat Ginger 07 being one of them mixed with 2 drops of 08 Fluid Sheer a rich golden beige to create radiance, natural coverage and smooth evenness with a highlight.
I find the other shades in rose, beige and golden tones very helpful when skin tones need only delicate and minimal coverage as well as for subtle sculpting.  Have you tried these?


  1. No I haven't but I know I'd like to. So clever the way you have kept it light enough for her to be comfortable but still enhanced. I was given aMUFE HD primer in Caramel to use on a deeper skin tone, she had lovely skin to start with but it made sure that her skin was warm and radiant as well as prime her skin, I'm not sure she needed but it was nice to have the opportunity to use it, I think it would be fab to use on those that have an ashy look to the skin.

  2. As always thanks for your comment Diane. Yes, it works so beautifully on even 'perfect' skin as it adds a glow with a hint of colour. Some of the other shades are perfect for a natural flush to cheeks too. A very versatile products that I've used for years and wouldn't ever want out of my kit!x