Foundations for Autumn 2012: Dolce & Gabbana, Guerlain, Armani, Estee Lauder, Clinique, Bobbi Brown and More

It seems that almost every brand is bringing out a foundation for Autumn.

I have already written about some (Dior, Burberry) of them but I will try to mention other foundations, too.

image from Harpers Bazaar

This is just a preview, you can read all the promo information about these on the brands’ websites if you want  to know more. I haven’t tried any of the mentioned foundations, so can’t tell you my opinion about them.

However, I do have Dior and Clarins new foundations (see the photo here) and plan on writing about them very soon!

So here we go:

  • Dolce & Gabbana Luminous Liquid Foundation ($59, 11 shades)
  • Guerlain Light-Defusing Foundation Moisture Infusion (£36.50)
  • Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Makeup  (£36)

  • Estée Lauder Double Wear Light Stay-in-Place Makeup ($36, Intensity 1-6)
  • Clinique Pore Refining Solutions Instant Perfecting Makeup ($27)
  • Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Even Finish Foundation SPF 23 (£30)

There is also a new Tarte foundation($42) Maracuja Miracle Foundation 12-Hour Broad Spectrum SPF 15, brand new foundations from No 7 in seven formulas with an innovative matching service and a brand new foundation from Rouge Bunny Rouge but more on that later.

Some foundations are already out and some will be out  later. Which one caught your attention?


5 thoughts on “Foundations for Autumn 2012: Dolce & Gabbana, Guerlain, Armani, Estee Lauder, Clinique, Bobbi Brown and More”

  1. Why does the new Armani foundation look grey-ish? I’m hoping it’s like the Estee Lauder sheer tint release with the pigment particles that burst onto application, that would be fun!

    1. That’s just a bad photo. It’s not gray. You can see the actual colors on the Canadian blog Beautezine. Jessica has posted pictures ( not swatches) of all the colors for the foundation and concealer.

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