Givenchy Launches Newest Edition Of Prisme Libre Loose Powder

If you have been following Givenchy’s products, you would know that one of their most iconic beauty products is the Prisme Libre Loose Powder. They have recently just launched the 4-colour product with a brand new look and this time, they made sure to include a wider range of shades.

Excited? Let’s take a look at what’s in store!

An ultra-fine powder, which bestows a gentle halo of light on skin.

Givenchy describes the product as “the cult super-powder” that apparently “awakes the face with radiance” upon application. What you need to know about it is, it is an ultra-fine powder that gives a very soft and matte finish. For everyone that has depended on colour correctors for dear life, rest assured you aren’t alone.

If you are new to colour-correcting, you might be confused as to why there are four different shades in this palette.

Uses of Different Colours

The Mouseeline Pastel palette has four different coloured powders: green is to counter any redness in the face, lavender is to cancel out any yellow tones in your skin, pink is to brighten up your face, and the blue is also to correct any yellow tones as well.

More Colours In The New Edition

So you must be thinking, what’s new about this edition? Well, there are more shades now. Which means you can finally correct every other additional hues in your face that aren’t suppose to be there. Let’s get straight into it.

Taffetas Beige

Photo Credit: Givenchy

In this palette, you can find peach and salmon tones. Now ladies, peach and salmon tones are meant for correcting dark circles. Specifically, salmon is for people who have a fair to light skin tone to cover up their dark circles. Light to medium complexion, go for the peach. If you have a medium to dark complexion, orange is your go-to. Although red is not available in this palette, go for the red corrector if you have a dark to deep complexion.

Organza Caramel

Photo Credit: Givenchy

A little similar to the Taffetas Beige palette, you can find salmon and beige powders, but also darker brown-like shades. As the name suggests, it generally includes two caramel-like tones.

Satin Blanc

Photo Credit: Givenchy

Back to lighter shades, you can find shades such as beige, white and peach. This palette is obviously for fair to light complexion, so only purchase this if you have a light skin tone.

Voile Rose

Photo Credit: Givenchy

The Voile Rose palette includes shades of pink, beige, white and an even lighter shade of pink. Again, meant for light to fair complexion.

So what do you think of the Prisme Libre Loose Powder? We like that Givenchy has included a wider range of shades so that they can appeal to a wider range of skin tones. It’s all about variety, ladies.

Plus points for the product: the powders give off a flawless, air-brush effect and even makes your skin glow. They even stay on for prolonged period of time and require little to no re-application throughout the day. And what is better than a powder that can make you glow?

If you would like to purchase, you can visit the Sephora website here, or get it from the Givenchy online store here.

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