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Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation

If you loved the Rimmel Lasting Finish 25 Hour Powder Foundation and were gutted when it was discontinued, the Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation has launched today as the replacement, and is said to offer all day coverage. To find out all about the brand new Rimmel powder foundation, keep on reading…

BUY HERE: Lookfantastic / Boots / Superdrug

Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation

Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation

Meet Lasting Finish Compact Foundation from Rimmel London. A soft-touch powder foundation that blends seamlessly and controls shine. Buildable yet lightweight coverage that lasts all day long.

Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation

The Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation is a pressed powder foundation, with a vegan formula and claims to be sweat-resistant and water-resistant too, which is a claim you don’t often see with powder foundations. 

Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation

Directions

Use the sponge included or a foundation brush to apply. Build the formula up in selected areas for more coverage. It can also be used over Lasting Finish 25HR liquid foundation as a finishing powder. Set with Lasting Finish Setting Spray.

It looks like the Rimmel Lasting Finish Buildable Coverage Powder Foundation is available in twelve different shades (these are not in any order of shade depth);

  • Pearl
  • Latte
  • Sesame
  • Porcelain
  • Ivory
  • Cinnamon
  • Caramel
  • Golden Beige
  • Rose Vanilla
  • True Nude
  • Soft Beige
  • Rose Ivory

Described as being a soft-touch powder foundation that lasts, with a buildable and lightweight formula. Housed within a bright red, plastic compact, with a mirror inside the lid and a sponge for application on-the-go, and it’s available right now.

BUY HERE: Lookfantastic / Boots / Superdrug

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