The brand claims that Enavose Silke Touche Foundation is a lightweight powder with whitening actives to even skin tone, lighten pigmentation and prevent discoloration. Its micronized pure mineral powder is said to glide over skin like silk and melts seamlessly into a flawless, invisible finish. It also claims that it can conceal your imperfections and look picture-perfect in an instant. It is also an encapsulated synergistic complex of Waltheria Indica and mild Hydroxy Acids.
Okay, I’m going to say it right off the bat. I love this foundation. It has an amazing coverage and it controls oil really well. The Enavose Silk Touche Luxurious foundation can be used on its own and as a setting powder. It also works well with both a brush or a sponge.
Sadly, the downside is that it’s too expensive for me! It retails for about $55 per compact which is just too much for me at the moment. So because I love this foundation so much I just use it sparingly because I’m so afraid that I’d hit pan and eventually ran out of it. Refills are available at $29 each, by the way!
The packaging itself feels luxurious, pretty much. It is not flimsy and is on the heavier side. The sponge does not smell rubbery and it’s good enough to be used on its own.
Enavose Silk Touche Luxurious Foundation Pros:
- Versatile. It can be used on its own using the sponge that comes with it or applied with a fluffy brush to set your foundation.
- This foundation has an amazing coverage. It conceals blemishes and light scars even when used on its own.
- It controls oil really well.
- Feels light on the skin.
- Does not cake.
- SPF 15.
- I am in love with the packaging and velvet-y pouch that comes with it.
Enavose Silk Touche Luxurious Foundation Cons:
- It is expensive! It costs around $55 per compact and the refills retails at about $29 each.
Much as I am head over heels inlove with this foundation, I am not a fan of its price point. However, if you have the money, go for it and I’m pretty sure you’ll love it and you’ll be pleased especially if you have oily skin. A good and cheaper alternative to this foundation is the Pixy UV Whitening Two-Way Cake Perfect Matte Foundation. They both offer whitening benefits if that concerns you.