The Ordinary just announced their Watercolour Foundation and it’s pure magic

Alexandra Hourigan 17 October 2017 NEWS


A thinner than water consistency foundation? Take my money!

You may be thinking it wasn't too long ago since The Ordinary dropped it's very price friendly foundation serum that racked up a 25,000 person waiting list. Yeah, it hurt our hearts too. Never-the-less you may want to hold your horses as The Ordinary's Instagram announced a completely new foundation that's coming out this December!

The new "Watercolour Foundation" is quite similar to what it sounds. The Instagram states the foundation will ~obviously~ come in a range of colours because duh the brand is "from Canada", will be price friendly as it's from The Ordinary, they are oil-free and have silicone-free skin tints that look super natural.

The video definitely showed a watery foundation without lacking on the pigment and was intensely satisfying to watch. It will apparently be pore minimising and have a matte finish. The foundation already looks lightweight but we might have to wait to find out about the coverage, we're most likely guessing light - medium.

The foundation is launching in December and The Ordinary states it doesn't mind if that is the worst time to launch. "Everyone tells us December is the worst time to launch anything which is perfect because maybe we would for once not have any stock issues at launch", which means we can hold hope there won't be a 25,000 individual waiting list, thank God.

Until then, the foundation serum is currently available from ASOS and you can shop the already existing range of The Ordinary stockists, Adore Beauty and Myer.

We literally CANNOT wait to try this products. Tell us what you think of the new foundation at @finderstyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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