Find Perfect Foundation; Sephora New Computer Technique
Women Count on Perfect Foundation
Most women will not venture outside without makeup. Face it, women are vain, because most women's skin tone is not smooth or blemish-free. That pattern may change, as women learn about a new system that finds the perfect match. Sephora Pantene Color IQ introduces a new computer technique for the beauty industry. The system color prints your skin and finds the perfect foundation. You will learn from this piece about the difficulty women have in finding a product, the details of the system, and the satisfaction of women who have been color printed.
The Natural Look
There are exceptions to women with uneven tone, mostly people who have had face-lifts, plus a few natural beauties. The most important product is the base color. It usually takes a long time to find the perfect product for your skin type. Then the company sometimes discontinues it, and you begin the search again.
Many kinds of foundation/base exist for all types of skin. If you really want the natural look, so your makeup is a secret, you pick the light natural-looking products. Older women often select an anti-aging cream makeup to moisturize and cover fine lines. Then you must choose matte or shiny and find the brand that is the perfect fit. New products are the BB and CC creams which banish blemishes, get rid of redness and even out the tone. Some women do not call them foundations, as they are so light. This combination skin care and light color finish originated in Asia, expanding quickly to North America..
Importance of Color
Sephora Pantone Color IQ
An exciting product developed by Sephora Beauty Products and Pantone Color Industries helps women find the exact skin tone. Sephora initiated it in New York City.in 2012. The Pantone Color IQ instrument is the miracle product for this monumental task.
This new product called Capsure looks like a telephone receiver, and the beauty expert scans your face in several areas to get a color print number. The number contains a Y for yellow undertones and an R for red undertones. The cosmetologist inputs the color print number into a Ipad which connects to the Internet, You can select a lighter or darker shade for your face. Also available are the matte or shiny look, It is indeed a makeup base wizard which often finds many kinds that match your face. You can then test the results.
Each person's face has many variables, according to Lisa Herbert, a Pantone color specialist executive. Pantone color experts developed the technology for Sephora. The instrument can hold over 1000 items. It is the first major innovation in color technology for the beauty industry, .
The Actual Procedure
A beauty forum with women discussing the new system encouraged its use. Several women who had their skin printed were fascinated and impressed. One girl had seven that matched, while another one had only one. The latter explained that she has never found a suitable shade, until she had her skin printed at Sephora.
Another young woman, full of excitement, found a Sephora store for her color priint, It was 2Y11 (yellow undertones), and the tablet found fourteen matches. They included tinted moisturizers, bases and powder. Her interest was only liquid base.. After trying several of the liquids, she found the perfect one.It was Nars sheer matte in Tahoe. She has never found such a flawless match for her face. The only disappointment she found among the customers was when the store did not carry the brand or tone. The cosmetologist told her when they run across this problem, they order the brand and tones to add to the inventory.
This author interviewed a young woman who had her skin printed at Sephora in J.C. Penney's. The cosmetologist took her makeup off in three places and did a skin print. Her color number is 3R06 (red undertones). Four matches resulted with the store carrying two of them. She chose Makeup Forever in Porcelain 2. Another choice was Bare Minerals. She was impressed with the customer service from this store and with the woman's quick manner in doing the print and foundation selection. She has a light makeup, and plans to return, if she needs a darker shade, especially for summer. She is only one of many women who rave about the Sephora computer technique. It totally removes guesswork about foundation and relieves the frustration of women everywhere,
New Makeup Might Catch a Man
Sephora Pantone Color IQ brings great advancement to the beauty industry. The partnership of Sephora and Pantone delivers to the customer the perfect foundation through a computer techcnique. Women rave about it, and word spreads to the females who search for the perfect. even, unblemished face in the world of foundation.
It all started in New York City in 2012 and spread to most of the Sephora stores in North America. The technology begins with a skin print that matches to the foundation and ends with a happy customer. What woman doesn't want to leave home with the face that is "drop dead" gorgeous? Imagine dazzling the latest boyfriend with the new look. Beauty isn't everything, but it sure helps.
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