How to Fake 'Just-Had-a-Facial' Skin in Three Steps
"Little but mighty" is how Gucci describes Westman Atelier's latest skin-perfecting innovation in a pocket-sized bottle. Inspired to create a hybrid formula that merged liquid foundation and a favorite face serum, Vital Skincare Complexion Drops deliver potent skincare actives with the light to medium coverage of a skin tint.
For today's tutorial, Gucci shows how it seamlessly amplifies model Madison's naturally tan complexion by evening tone, boosting radiance, and airbrushing away pores. "Give it a shake, don't forget," she says activating the formula, then counts out five drops that transform into a cushiony serum once they hit the skin."You can give yourself a bit more coverage by patting the drops in," she says, tapping with her fingertips. "Or have a more refined finish using the Liquid Blender Brush."
On top of brightening Ginseng extract and a blue-light-protecting complex, the drops rely on Gucci's favorite ingredient of all time: Tsubaki Oil, cold-pressed from the seeds of the camellia flower that's packed with omegas and Vitamins A, D, C, and E to support healthier looking skin over time.
For the minimalist, a dab of Vital Skin Foundation Stick acts as a concealer for places where more coverage is needed, like under the eyes and over blemishes. Then, a few swipes of Vital Pressed Skincare Powder cuts T-zone shine and sets everything into place. Watch the full tutorial to see Madison's final "just-had-a-facial" glow and why "we're freaking out" over the skin-amplifying results.
Vital Skincare Complexion Drops are available in 20 shades. For help finding your perfect match, our Clean Beauty Concierge is just a click away.