Maximum Coverage From An Inspired Foundation
By Marci Robin, Senior Online Editor |
Even if you know a little bit about lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease, you may not be aware of one of its common symptoms: a "butterfly" rash across the face. Nicole Paxson knows it well as longtime sufferer of the illness, which is why she created her eponymous line of makeup and its full-coverage foundation, Zerene Pudding.
The name may sound unusual to you at first, but once you feel its texture and learn that Zerene is kind of butterfly (all of Nicole Paxson's products are named after butterflies-an encouraging metaphorical response to lupus's butterfly rash), it's not the title that you'll linger on. The rich formula covers like no other, making it ideal for those dealing with more prominent skin imperfections.
Just a little dab of Zerene Pudding comfortably coats, with the extra perk of SPF 29. It can be diluted with moisturizer for lighter coverage, and it can also be used as a concealer for body skin.
And as if you needed another reason to buy one of the three beautifully-blending shades, a percentage of the proceeds will go to lupus and skin-disorder research.