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Our brightening liquid foundation builds from light to medium coverage for a natural complexion you can believe in. It's you... just more luminous and healthy looking.
Broad-spectrum SPF 25 PA+++ *
*Our foundation’s superb protection, explained: SPF stands for the protection grade of the UVB filter. PA refers to that of the UVA filter. The stars indicate the level of protection with three-stars being the highest.
Top Secret Tip:
Wake up like this: lock the look with stay flawless 15-hour primer.
How to use
Time to get flawless!
Blend on face with brush or fingertips, layering for light to medium coverage.
Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow Review
I bought this foundation and my complexion has been looking radiant ever since. I love that you only need to use a small amount of product and your skin looks instantly different.Another great thing about this foundation is that it is oil free.Oil clogs up the pores so a foundation without oil is always a good thing.Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow also has a high SPF which also helps protect skin in damaging weather.
April 9, 2012
Great buy - worth it
I bought this foundation to cover imperfections aswell as evening my skin tone out. It work miracles on my skin and has a great feel to it as it isn't oily like other foundation. Great thing is you only have to use abit and it lasts for the whole day. No caked look , just a natural glow. SPF also helps skin from the harsh weather , truly worth the money
April 19, 2012
I absolutely love this product! I have combination skin (sort of) and this foundation makes my skin moisturized and glowing without it becoming greasy. Its so easy to apply as well and you really dont need much of it! Defo would recomend!
May 5, 2012