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The Givenchy Foundation That Can Beat The Summer Heat — Shop Now

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Finding the perfect foundation match is never an easy task, especially for OK!’s E-Commerce editor, Katherine Tinsley, who says she’s long struggled to find products that perfectly compliment her complexion as a woman of color with olive undertones.

“It’s very difficult to find a foundation that matches my skin complexion since I’m not red or yellow,” the writer shares. “Most foundations made for a woman of color are either yellow or red which neither would work because I’m technically olive,” she adds.

Enter Givenchy’s Prisme Libre Skin-Caring Glow Foundation. Katherine says she discovered the product after being color matched at Sephora, a find that has seemingly changed her beauty routine.

“The shade range was diverse so it was kind of easy to find a complexion since I’m brown but I’m olive undertoned,” she spills. “It matched really well.”

But beyond leaving her skin looking flawless and highlighting her undertones, Katherine says the “light” and “natural” foundation is just as comfortable as it is beautiful.

“I also have really dry skin and so it was a matte look without drying out my skin and making it feel dehydrated,” she shares, noting that the foundation has largely held its own even in the face of New York City’s 90-degree temperatures.

“It’s pretty long-lasting considering that it’s very hot outside,” she quips.

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