Souffle D'Eclat

Loose Powder that gives a flawless velvety finish.

Souffle D'Eclat
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Souffle D'Eclat

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From the first application, skin’s beauty is highlighted in a luminous veil that ensures a fresh feeling throughout the day. Micro Mother of Pearl particles enhance complexion’s natural radiance, while the airy powder hugs the skin, sets and perfects make-up, delivering a reliably flawless finish. For all skin types, even sensitive and dry skin.

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Yves Saint Laurent Beauty Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Yixiao C: Recommended by some Chinese blogger online. They have similar skin tone and expectations of a product with me. Oct 24, 2014
Margaret E: I'm hoping this will work well with current foundation Jul 13, 2014
elizabeth m: Have mature fair sun-damaged skin and I have problems with powders making my skin look older than it has to- this is so highly recommended by bloggers online. The swatches look great so I decided to try it- I adore YSL cosmetics as it is. This powder must be excellent- I shall find out!! May 20, 2014
Claudia M: becAUSE THE POUDRE SUR MESURE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN #3 -AND #4 IS TOO DARK ~ I THOUGHT i WOULD TRY THIS. Apr 27, 2014
Jane F: Hoping it would be like the powder that was didcontinued. Apr 27, 2014
Jenny T: Product is new and needed a powder to set my foundation. The product sounds really nice that I must own one. Apr 3, 2014
A shopper asked: I need powder for fair/light skin, but without anything pink. My skin is fair but with neutral/ yellow ton. So what color would be better for me, #1( looks pinkish?) or #2? Please help me!!! May 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a shade comparable to the now discontinued semi-loose powder (poudre sur mesure) in No. 3 (Amber)? Apr 9, 2014
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rovelle b asked: what is the darkest shade in the new soufflé d'eclat ? Apr 7, 2014
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Alice asked: I was wondering if this will suit my oily skin? Aug 2, 2014
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elizabeth m: This powder has, it seems, very special qualities- it is a beautiful formulation. I personally have quite dry skin, so I do not feel qualified to answer your question. I would say it probably does a wonderful job on all skin types. I hope you get to try it out in person, because it is staggeringly gorgeous. xo Beth in Pgh Aug 2, 2014
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maria j: Yes it will, it neutralize the oly looking of your skin, and the best for me is that is very light,looks natural and still cover imperfections, you should use a base thoug Aug 3, 2014
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Margaret E: Yes I have drier skin and I found this to be to much of a matte finish for myself. I think it would work better for oily skin had a pretty finish Aug 2, 2014
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Rita K asked: When is the best time to use facial soufflie yes ? Aug 14, 2014
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pharavee j asked: Which color will suit by asain NC20-25 skin tone best? Thanks! May 22, 2014
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Zoe007 asked: Which way is the best way to apply this powder? I have been using a flat top kabuki brush and a powder brush and feel the formula is so matte. Way different than how it's described. Any thoughts? I feel like it's very drying? Jun 11, 2014
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elizabeth m: You don't describe your skin type. I am 59 with dry, fair and freckled mature skin: what is lovely about this beautiful powder formulation is how finely milled it is and how it blurs my imperfections when I apply it with the puff/applicator and then gently buff over with either a big powder (without product) brush or a kabuki.

It sets my makeup and blurs my lines - it does seem to produce a matte finish. I do not find it to be drying on my skin. It is the nicest powder I have encountered. I hope this helps.
Jun 11, 2014
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Margaret E: Rather than apply with kabuki brush use the sponge provided and press on to skin then take your kabuki brush and brush off all the excess powder. I found powder brushes to work best at blending and removing access powder once it's already applied. If you use a brush to apply powder it will look cakey and you will have to much product on your face Aug 2, 2014
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gigiclaudia asked: I wear a 2.5 in Touche Eclat which I like to match my skin, I go from a 20 to 30 in foundations, depending on time of year. Any tips? May 26, 2014
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Niala A: I wear 1.5 in the éclat pen and my complexion is pretty versatile and I could probably use a 2 or 2.5 as well, depending. I bought this powder in the 02 shade and it works perfectly for me as a setting powder with a light hand. I could use the 03 shade as well. For reference I'm like a nc20-25 in mac terms which is what a lot of people understand. Hope that helps. Also this powder is gorgeous and silky and doesn't cake. May 26, 2014
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Stacey F asked: How is this compared to the other powder .. I am huge fan of that formula , but was very disappointed to find that my local store did not carry it any longer .. Is the measure powder bring discontinued. It is such an amazing formula? Jun 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do I remove the plastic protector cover? May 9, 2014
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