YSL's new Touche Eclat foundation lands in stores in July, and given the almost fanatical following that the original highlighting pen has gathered over the years, it's set to be a big launch. At £28, it's very definitely a high end foundation - but it does make some rather high end claims too, including a weightless texture, brightening properties, and a lightweight, natural finish.
Does it deliver? I think so. I'm wearing it in the FOTD above, and I've found it to be incredibly brightening, making my skin look awake and glowing without leaving it dewy or shiny. The texture is indeed lightweight, and the finish is natural. It's also totally buildable, and you can apply a tiny bit for a bit of a kick in the morning, or a full face of the stuff for a smooth, even, glowing finish. It doesn't really cover blemishes, so if you want more of a medium/opaque coverage product, this one probably isn't for you.
I'm wearing shade B10, the palest neutral shade available. There are 22 shades available, covering warm, neutral and cool undertones, and it looks like the shade range is wide enough to match the palest to the deepest of skintones. Lovely stuff.
YSL Touche Eclat Foundation in B10*
Cargo Tonga blush
Kiko eyeshadows (brows)
Lancome Hypnose Drama mascara
Clarins Long Lasting Kohl Kajal (more on that later this week)*
* items marked with an asterisk are PR samples