Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup SPF15

Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup SPF15

Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup (£39) is actually the first base from the brand I’ve ever tried – and according to Linda Cantello, International Make-Up Artist for Giorgio Armani Cosmetics, it’s not a foundation but a ‘complexion perfector’.

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The formula is really quite unique and clever, to deliver a result that’s never been seen before. For starters, it has a water and powder-free base (most traditional foundations contain water), is non comedogenic and contains five time-released oils which evaporate gradually and help the pigment to spread on the skin’s surface.

But despite containing oils, it is fresh, non-greasy and aimed at all skin types. The finish is matte.

The thin colour film disappears into the skin, applies easily and feels unreal – like soft, silky powder if that makes sense!

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Available in nine shades, I tried shade 2 which I would describe as neutral toned (not too pink or too yellow); it was perfect for my fair skin. One thing I wasn’t too too keen on though is the dropper applicator – I think I prefer a pump dispenser, but that’s a personal thing.

Maestro Fusion Makeup is another one of those bases that I would recommend for people with good skin, as I found that it didn’t cover up more serious blemishes. It’s also an essential for achieving that on-trend, no make-up look.

So if high-tech foundation appeals and you’re looking for something with light, seamless coverage, give this a try.

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*PR sample


Rebecca Barnes
  • beautylondonstyle
    Posted at 13:05h, 05 March Reply

    I’m bit of a fan of Armani make-up have used these products professionally many times! Thanks Rebecca for the review! X

    • rebeccab
      Posted at 16:34h, 12 March Reply

      Thanks for the comment! 🙂 xx

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