Did you see that Zoeva recently launched their first foundation? Well look no further for one of the first reviews in the industry of the Zoeva Authentik Skin Foundation*. I’ve been trialling it non stop for the past 4 weeks under all different conditions so here’s my thoughts.
About Zoeva Authentik Skin Foundation:
“A liquid foundation enhanced with Rose Hip Oil that delivers medium, buildable coverage with a weightless, natural-looking, and luminous finish”.
- Retails for $50 AUD and available exclusively to Sephora Australia.
- Available in 40 shades with neutral, warm and cool tones. All 40 shades are named with a positive affirmation such as Ambition, Faith and Honour.
- I’m the shade Honour which is on the neutral side.
- The foundation itself is quite liquidy.
- I’ve been using the Zoeva Rose Golden 104 Buffer Brush which is a firm buffing brush.
- I use about 2 pumps to cover my whole face. I agree that the foundation provides a luminous finish with medium coverage. It makes my skin look natural but better!
- The foundation has been lasting surprisingly well on my skin. I thought with the addition of rosehip oil that I would look oily by the end of the day but definitely not the case with this foundation.
- In terms of it oxodising- some days it does and some days it does not- majority of the time it does not. I haven’t figured out why it has been oxodising.
As you can see from the photos the foundation lasts really well. I absolutely love the finish! This is the first time I can wear a luminous foundation without having to worry about getting oily or it disappearing at the end of the day. I think this would be a great foundation for all skin types and worth checking out at Sephora x
*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.