A pigmented makeup base that delivers fresh, luminous coverage infused with a skin-benefiting active blend of ingredients.
This luxurious cream foundation is formulated with active ingredients and antioxidants to combat redness, calm irritation, and boost moisture. The molten texture melts into skin for a radiant, natural finish. Amon the skin-enhancing ingredients are:
Phytosphinegosine: A potent compound that conserves moisture, reduces the appearance of fine lines, and targets redness and inflammation.
Camellia Seed Oil: Protects the dermis from environmental pollutants while helping to repair skin and lock in moisture.
Vegtable-derived squalane: This ingredient restores suppleness and flexibility to the skin for a dewy, fresh finish.
No silicones, parabens, pegs, talc, phthalates, or synthetic fragrances.
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ATELIER 0: Neutral, cool, gentle rose
ATELIER I: Fair, with neutral undertone
ATELIER II: Medium fair, warm beige undertone
ATELIER III: Medium warm, golden undertone
ATELIER IV: Medium warm, peach undertone
ATELIER V: Medium tan, golden undertone
ATELIER VI: Medium neutral, caramel undertone
ATELIER VII: Tawny warm, neutral undertone
ATELIER VIII: Neutral beige, rose undertone
ATELIER IX: Beige tan
ATELIER X: Rich butterscotch
ATELIER XI: Warm toffee caramel
PLEASE NOTE, THIS ITEM IS EXCLUDED FROM PROMOTIONS
How To Use
Cleanse, tone, and moisturize to prep the skin, making sure there is no surface dehydration or dry, flaky patches. We recommend Dr. Francess Prenna Jones Formula to tone, and Vitners Daughter for instant hydration.
Gradually apply the foundation directly from the stick to the areas needing coverage. Blend with your fingers or Westman Atelier's Blending Brush.
Designed to be used as foundation and concealer, the stick also works on the under the eye and the lid.
Because cream on cream products layer best, we suggesting following up with Lit Up Highlighting Stick, Face Trace Contour Stick, and Baby Cheeks Blush Stick. Forgo setting powder unless your T-zone is oily.
"Foundation is all about evening and balancing skin tone. I always work with two or three shades to mimic tone variations of real skin. Use a lighter shade under eyes, a matching shade in the T zone, and spot-check where needed." —Gucci Westman