The foundation is very heavily scented, like a Men’s cologne.
Didn’t mind it too much because it wore off.
It has a very light texture that is very easy to work with, blends very well and wears on the skin well.
but you do need quite a bit of the product to get enough coverage to even out the skin tone.
Another big deal breaker is the accentuation of the pores – it sinks into the pores, and as the day goes on it only gets worse.
It also broke me out terribly.. and I don’t break out too easily from a foundation
This foundation is amazing for my oily skin. The coverage is light but buildable. It’s really like a second skin, I love the texture (it’s really liquidy). It lasts through my work day especially if I top it off with Hourglass Dim Light Ambient Lighting Powder. One of my favourite foundations ever, and I found the shade that matched my skin best (4.5) using Christine’s foundation matrix.
A formula that is easy to apply with unified distribution, and covers imperfections. An ultra-fine oil-pigment suspension that perfects the complexion, instantly igniting skin’s natural luminosity. A water and powder-free base.
Giorgio Armani Maestro Foundation ($62.00 for 1.0 fl. oz.) is supposed to be a lightweight foundation with buildable coverage and a natural finish. Giorgio Armani Beauty really pushes that it is about getting the least amount of product with the most amount of bang; it’s supposed to “[look] invisible and [make] skin appear luminous.” It’s available in twelve shades. The brand says #2, 3, and 4 are best for fair skin tones; #4.5, 5, 5.5, 6.5, 7, and 8 for medium complexions; and #10, 11.5, and 12 for darker skin tones.