Today, I’m really excited to share with all of you 2 products I’ve been obsessed with recently. Last month, Givenchy invited me to try two of their most innovative beauty products. After several weeks of using this, I could not resist to tell you all about them.
Le Prisme Visage is a silky four-shade powder that mattifies, sets and finishes your complexion. I skipped my liquid foundation and decided to wear the shade Dentelle Beige (shade #4) which is perfect for medium skin tones like mine.
I started by applying the lightest shade under my eyes to brighten my dark circles. Then I applied the color on the top right-hand corner all over my face. This power has a silk extract which kept my face looking luminous and smooth.
As the last steps, I contoured my face with the darkest shade and then applied a little bit of blush. What I love the most about this powder is that it looked even better as the day went by. It truly illuminates and mattifies your skin. I also love that you can use the powders together or separately!
After applying a bit of mascara and eyeliner, I finished the look with Rouge Interdit Vinyl in Noir Révélateur. Now this lipstick is pretty amazing because it reacts to the pH of your lips to create a customized tone. When applied, it takes on a different shade for every person from sheer berry to plum. I loved the tone it gave me, perfect for a night-time look.
This lipstick can also be used as a top coat on any other shade of lipstick, but the best thing about this lipstick is that it has black rose oil, which kept my lips very moisturized throughout the day.
This is definitely one of the best face powders I’ve tried before, I definitely recommend trying it if you are looking for a powder that gives you a natural looking finish. Have you tried this product before? Let me know in the comments section below! xo, Pam.
PS: both of the products are available at Sephora.
This post was in collaboration with Givenchy. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting all The Girl From Panama collaborations!
Photos by Felicia Lasala