Tuesday, April 5, 2016

First Look, Future Release: Surratt Beauty Surreal Skin Foundation

surratt surreal skin foundation swatches
Introducing the Surratt Beauty Surreal Skin Foundation.
New foundation alert!  Available online at Sephora the week of 4/17/16, the Surratt Beauty Surreal Skin Foundation promises buildable coverage, a natural finish and impressive lasting power.  I have had the distinct pleasure of testing it for the past month and couldn't be  more thrilled with its performance.  

Kindly scroll on for preliminary details and  host of images as well as the Bottom Line...
Cheering for the impending release whilst wearing Surratt Beauty Prismatique Eyes in Neutral Eyes (reviewed HERE) on the eyes and Surratt Beauty Lipslique in Fee Soie (reviewed HERE) on the lips.  Shirt by Equipment France
surratt surreal skin foundation swatches
A luxe brush and creamy, long-lasting formula set this foundation apart from its contemporaries.
Official details, courtesy of Surratt Beauty
  • Innovative new component dispenses the foundation through an angled brush for effortless application and quick touch-ups
  • Oil-free, self-setting formula gives optimal skin-perfecting coverage with a longwearing, natural finish that is virtually undetectable
  • Surreally perfect skin instantaneously appears with the push of a button and the wave of a wand...skin tone evens and pores and fine lines mysteriously disappear 

surratt surreal skin foundation swatches
The foundation comes in 15 versatile shades...a full spectrum of swatches and shade descriptions to come! 

surratt surreal skin foundation swatches


Some of my Surratt Beauty favorites including the:
Last look.
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Bottom Line: I hope you found this Surratt Beauty Surreal Skin Foundation alert exciting and invite you to keep an eye out for its release on 4/17/16.  

Just before the official launch, I will be sharing a comprehensive review with swatches of all shades and detailed shade descriptions.  In short, this foundation is definitely worth the wait! 

Good things ahead, including a Sephora Sale shopping list and a Tom Ford Soleil Collection overview.  Looking forward to sharing ; ) 

xx,

--The Beauty Professor


** PR samples provided for review denoted by an asterisk (the rest purchased by me),  however, as always, all of my opinions are expressly and unequivocally my own. © 2012-15 Beautyprofessor® All Rights Reserved. Do not copy, reprint or republish content and/or photos without author's written permission.

20 comments:

  1. Tutorial please for how you do your eye shadow and perhaps just a video with all these wonderful things applied on your face. Can it be? I miss your videos; they are my favorite.
    <3

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    1. Absolutely...I am hoping to film something this week...it's been too long and I miss making them, my friend. Thanks for the encouragement!

      Hope all is well...XOXO,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  2. Absolutely beautiful BP! Was about to order Maestro glow but may try this first!

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    1. Thank you, Lynn!! And it just went live on the Sephora website today...my swatch post is now published so all can find their way to their ideal shade ; )

      XOXO,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  3. Dang it, I was so looking forward to trying this, and #1 looks to be a great skin match for me, but having an attached brush made it a deal breaker. I'm not a fan of brushes for foundation, because on my skin, it just does not work.

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    1. Hi Ame,

      Thank you for your comment. I know that attached brushes can be tricky but, if it helps, my experience with this particular version has been nothing but positive! My full review + swatches is now live!

      XO,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  4. Wow, that foundation looks great on you Rachel! The color selection is quite extensive. Looks like a great foundation for travel with brush included. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Debi,

      Thanks so much!! I am so impressed by the amount of shades for this formula and yes, the brush is super well-made and entirely handy! I hope your week is going well!

      XOXO,


      --The Beauty Professor

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    1. It's absolutely marvelous, Lisa...my swatch story for this formula is now live!

      xx,


      --The Beauty Professor

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  6. I'm assuming this foundation will contain much less than the standard amount of product (i.e., 1 oz.), which makes me skeptical about the relatively small brush component being the best for dispensing, applying or cleaning — wasteful, streaky and unhygienic, respectively — although ideal in terms of portability. By Terry's Light-Expert Click Brush has an almost identical concept, but the applicator is completely detachable for easy washing. Is that the case for Surratt's version? Your preliminary description of the formula itself is effusive enough to make me want to completely overlook my aversion though. As always, I look forward to a more comprehensive review and description of the shades available.

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    1. Hi AN,

      Thanks for your thoughts! I have found that a little (a pump or two maximum) goes a long way in creating medium coverage and the brush, as aforementioned, was a distinctly pleasant surprise for me. It is lush and effective in distributing the formula and the portability cannot be beat. I haven't had issues with cleaning it (the directions suggest washing with gentle soap and water once a month) and I find myself continuing to reach for this formula time and again! My comprehensive review + swatches of every shade is now live on BP...hope it helps.

      XO,


      --The Beauty Professor

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  7. This looks really amazing!

    Kiran | www.alittlekiran.co.uk

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    1. It's truly fantastic!

      xx,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  8. Do you know when this is being released? I haven't seen it on the Sephora website yet.

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    1. Hi Sam,

      It is now on the Sephora website and I have links and swatches in my latest post!

      XO,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  9. How do this foundation compare to the By Terry Light Expert Click Brush? I bought that foundation based on your recommendation/review and love it! Do you think its worth having both foundations in my arsenal?

    Thank you so much! XOXO

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    1. Hi Erin,

      With regards to your question, I find that the Surratt has a different texture (creamy vs. BT's velvety texture) and more coverage should one wish. Also it is unscented! Both formulas are exemplary and I use them both at different times ; )

      XO,

      --The Beauty Professor

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  10. Hi! Im a foundation and concealor junkie too and find your reviews to be incredibly thorough. Im trying to decide between La Mer Treatment foundatio, this Surrat option and La Praitie Caviar for my dry, mature skin. Your advice would be inva5. Thanks in advance...Carmela

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    1. Hi Carmela,

      Thanks for the compliment! With regards to your question, I would suggest either the Surratt foundation (has the best lasting power) or the La Prairie Skin Caviar (extra hydrating for dry skin).

      Hope that helps!

      xx,

      --The Beauty Professor

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