The new POREfection Foundation from LORAC will perfect your complexion and have you camera ready. I’m fairly certain we will be seeing this formula on the red carpet this award season, on the celebrity clientele of LORAC creator and makeup artist, Carol Shaw. With a medium to full coverage finish, this pore-minimizing foundation photographs beautifully, creating a perfect canvas.
“Perfect and Protect with POREfection® Foundation. This oil, paraben and fragrance free formula is infused with anti-aging antioxidants of Vitamins A & E, Olive Leaf Extract, Lemon Fruit Extract and Papaya Fruit Extract to help soothe, nourish and rejuvenate while SPF 20 provides protection from UVA/UVB rays to help keep skin healthy, youthful and radiant. Get a poreless-looking, silky-smooth finish and achieve complexion POREfection® with LORAC.” Lorac Cosmetics
The POREfection Foundation has a deliciously creamy texture that easily glides across the skin. While it provides medium to full coverage, it remains virtuously weightless on your skin. As the products claims, the formula is buildable and exceptionally so. You can easily create the custom coverage that your skin desires, concealing any redness or imperfections. While the finish mattifies and erases shine, it also delivers an undeniable glow. No matter your skin type, LORAC POREfection Foundation should be a good fit. Those with oily complexions and larger pores might especially benefit from this formula. My personal favorite way to apply POREfection is by simply using my fingertips. A brush or sponge will do as well.
LORAC POREfection Foundation is available in 10 shades. I have shades Light Beige (PR3) and Light Medium (PR4) featured in the swatches above. Shades PR3 and PR4 are both well suited for lighter complexions. PR3 is warmer than PR4 which contains more pink. For reference, my skin tone is generally NW20 to NW25. While PR4 matches well to my arm swatch, PR3 better suits my complexion.
See me wearing POREfection Foundation in Light (PR3) in this post.
Have you tried the POREfection Formula? Is it one you would like to try?