Dramatic title, no? Lol
This is basically about technology and make up. I loved techie & gadget stuff waaaaay before I loved makeup, but now, I'm a big beauty fan, even when I don't necessarily know what it's all for, or how to use it. In this day and age, it's only natural that technology is at the forefront of every industry, even beauty. So when one of my fave beauty Youtubers Jackie Aina talked about Le Teint Particulier, a custom foundation service, I knew it was something I'd like to try. I mean, they literally make a foundation JUST for you in front of your very eyes. AMAZING!
Luckily for me, I was visiting Seattle, so I could go to one of only two places in the world where Le Teint Particulier is currently available (the other place is Del Amo, California), so I headed over to Nordstrom downtown, met with Janessa, a really lovely Lancome staff member who was one of the few trained to custom match clients, and of course, snap-chatted the entire experience.
Without further ado, here's my 60 second Le Teint Particulier Experience:
Fun fact: While getting matched, one of the people who worked on the pigment technology at Lancome's HQ in New York was in town for a conference, and came in to see the process, as she'd never seen it in action since completing work on it. She was obviously really passionate about her job and super smart, and ended up getting the process done for herself. Her team worked on the LTP technology for close to a year, and she's working on other beauty + tech things now. It's super cool to me :) Hi Reese (if you ever see this, lol!)
Find out more about LTP and details on how to purchase here. This is absolutely not an ad or sponsored post :) I just wanted a foundation that I didn't have to worry would look too red, or too pale, etc. I have better things to worry about, so why not make a purchase that gives me one less concern when I'm trying to look glam, right?
Would you shell out for a custom foundation like this? Share your thoughts in the comments and let me know what you think about it :) As always, please also like, share, and subscribe if you haven't already! Thank you