You have no idea how long I have been looking for the perfect foundation. I kept going from one drugstore to another, I kept testing various cosmetics, I kept ordering products online, some even from other countries. I had no luck for a long time. Luckily, one day I finally found the one and only product. It is a mattifying foundation Povoke Matt from Dr Irena Eris.
Provoke Matt foundation – for starters
Provoke Matt foundation is designed for oily and combination skin. It has a safe and dermatologically tested formula. The product does not contain any substances that might clog pores or cause increased sebum secretion. Provoke Matt ensures medium to full coverage and comes in five different shades: Light Beige, Ivory, Nude, Natural and Beige. Also, it comes with a pump which facilitates the application.
How does the Provoke Matt look on the skin?
The foundation from DR Irena Eris has a lightweight and liquid formula. It is easy to apply and gives a natural effect. It blends with the skin instantly creating ‘second skin’. It ensures coverage for up to 10 hours. The face texture is smooth, the shade is even, and the entire look is fresh and radiant throughout the day. What is more, Dr Irena Eris Provoke Matt contains nourishing ingredients that rejuvenate, moisture and condition the complexion.
How to apply Provoke Matt fluid by Dr Irena Eris?
First of all, before the application, the skin must be carefully prepared. You must cleanse it thoroughly, moisturise and apply concealer to blemishes and discolourations. With the use of a brush or a sponge, apply the product to the centre of the face and then, blend it outwards to the outer parts. You will need a thin layer for a medium coverage and natural effect. If you feel the need, add another thin layer. The cosmetic ensures a matte finish, however, you can set everything with a setting powder – this will prologue the wear. It all depends on your personal preferences.
What is your favourite foundation? How do achieve a flawless look? Have you ever used Provoke Matt by Dr Irena Eris? Let me know in the comments!