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As we all know, the “natural look” is in. Now, although some might assume natural means wearing no makeup whatsoever, it’s actually all about appearing as if you woke up looking like a dewy goddess.

We’ve primed our skin with no-makeup makeup for the last couple years and one brand is looking to take our flawless-appearing skin to the next level. Estee Lauder, who’s known for its heavy duty Double Wear foundation, has come out with a foundation stick like no other. The Double Wear Nude Cushion Stick Radiant Makeup is an all-in-one liquid foundation pro tool that’ll have you setting aside your stippling brushes and beautyblenders (maybe for good).

So what makes it so special? First of all, it comes in 16 different shades so you’re sure to find the right colour for your skin. Secondly, the tube fits perfectly in one’s hand and comes with a built-in applicator–a soft, yet firm sponge with a tiny hole in it. To get the foundation out, you just have to twist the tube and it’ll appear on top of the sponge. If, like us, you’ve made the mistake of pouring out just a tad bit too much, just twist the tube counter clockwise and the foundation will disappear back into the tube like magic. And how do you work this bad boy? It’s super easy. According to Estee Lauder, just touch on, buff and blend.

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As for coverage, this product goes on light, is buildable and leaves you skin looking radiant.

You’re probably wondering, “this all sounds great, but how in the heck am I supposed to clean that thing?” and we have the answer for you. The sponge is removable. Just twist off the top and it’s ready to be cleaned. Yes, people, Estee’s thought of everything.

Who it’s for:

Anyone who’s tired of getting foundation all over her fingers.

How much?

$46 (not including taxes and shipping)

Where to find it:

EsteeLauder.ca