Which foundation are Rihanna and Nicola Roberts raving about?

Which foundation are Rihanna and Nicola Roberts raving about?

Celebrities are always the first to know about the best beauty products, and now they’ve got a new favourite foundation. The always immaculate Rihanna chose Airbase’s Porcelain foundation for her You Da One video, with her make-up artist Moiya Saint commenting: ‘Rihanna’s luminous glow lasted under hot studio lights for 10 hours without any retouching.’ Which is pretty impressive, if you ask us.

Nicole Roberts of Girls Aloud fame is also a fan of the product, with her make-up artist insisting she ‘swears by Airbase airbrush make up’.

If you’re the kind of girl that takes every opportunity to check her make-up, powder her nose and dash to the mirror to re-apply foundation, then the Airbase foundations might be for you. Say goodbye to constant re-touching, and hello to all day perfection.

So what’s all the fuss about? Well, Airbase foundations are silicone-based, rather than water-based, so they’re heat, rain and sweat-resistant, making them long-lasting with no need for touch-ups. They leave the skin looking soft and luminous, while also reducing the appearance of fine lines through vitamins A and E.

Individual foundations at £32.95, while the full kit, which includes a foundation, blush, bronzer, cleansing mitt, thinner, cleaner and airbrush costs £195 at Airbase

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