The Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Tint has been revealed as being the latest complexion launch for Shiseido, as part of the Synchro Skin complexion collection.
The brand already have their Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation, which is one of their bestselling products, however they’re now launching a lighter formula, which works as a skin tint.
Shiseido already have the Synchro Skin Primer and Synchro Skin Radiant Lifting Foundation, and this brand new skin tint is the latest addition to the Synchro Skin collection, and it really does like an amazing skin tint.
So many brands are launching skin tints right now, and this offering from Shiseido claims to be a breathable skin tint, which provides light coverage, allowing your natural skin to shine through, whilst giving you up to 12 hours of wear time, which is impressive for a skin tint, especially a light coverage skin tint.
The formula of the Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Tint features the Shiseido ActiveForce technology, which is said to actively resist heat, humidity and oil, to give you a fresh, natural finish that lasts all day.
The Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Tint features 70% skincare ingredients, which deliver a surge of hydration, whilst also helping to keep your skin nourished for upto 24hours, making it a great base choice for both warmer and cooler months.
- ActiveForce™ Technology is our exclusive complex that protects your flawless, finish from the effects of heat & humidity, oil and facial movement.
- High Content Skincare Ingredients (70% of formula ): Comprised of skin conditioners, water and a unique “catch & release” delivery system for a refreshing sensation, sensorial cushiony texture, all-day hydration, and seamless application.
- Responsive Sensory Technology adapts to skin’s condition, tone and texture for truer illumination.
The Shiseido Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Tint is available in the following twelve shades;
- Fair Shirakaba
- Fair Asterid
- Light Magnolia
- Light Buna
- Light Hiba
- Medium Matsu
- Medium Keyaki
- Medium Katsura
- Tan Kwanzan
- Tan Ume
- Deep Tsubaki
- Deep Kuromoji
The shade range isn’t the most inclusive, but skin tints tend to carry a small shade range, as they’re more flexible than a standard foundation.
I still think there’s definitely room for improvement in terms of pale and deep shades, but overall, it sounds like an amazing skin tint, and it’s a great addition to the range.
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