Naiad Aqueous Foundations

Naiad Aqueous Foundations

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Our skin quenching, water based Naiad Aqueous Foundations are oil free, for a soft, silky, matte finish. 

30 mL in a frosted dropper bottle. 

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Check out our Tutorials page (you'll find the link in the Navigation bar at the top) to see how Chicago makeup artist Patricia Fardon uses Naiad Aqueous Foundation, in a shade lighter than her foundation shade, as a concealer and highlighter, for a gorgeous Fall Daytime Look! 

Ingredients: aqua, aloe barbadensis, propanediol, rosa damascena, caprylic capric triglycerides, glyceryl stearate, cetearyl alcohol, sodium stearoyl lactylate, gluconolactone, rubus idaeus, kaolin, sodium benzoate, sodium hyaluronate, cera carnauba +/- mica (CI77019), titanium dioxide (CI 77891), zinc oxide (CI 77947), iro oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), ultramarines (CI 77007)     

We recommend applying Naiad Aqueous Foundation with our soft, dense, Retractable Kabuki Brush, a flocked cosmetic sponge or your clean fingertips. 

More about our shades...

Porcelain: our lightest shade, has yellow and blue undertones, making it an excellent choice for light complexions, especially in the olive range, and for countering dark under-eye circles or redness from blemishes, sunburn or rosacea. It's a useful shade to have on hand and one of our best sellers. Porcelain is related to True Beige, which is a shade darker and is a great choice for contouring or for blending with Porcelain to create a deeper version for the summer months. 

Biscuit: a muted, light warm shade in the ivory to sand range, suitable for soft, light complexions that need a little more warmth than Porcelain offers. Biscuit is another of our best selling shades. It's related to Sand Beige, which is a great choice for contouring or for blending with Biscuit to create a deeper version for the summer months.  

Golden: light, warm and clear, with strong yellow tones, best suited to light Spring complexions. Golden is related to Golden Beige, which is a great choice for contouring or for blending with Golden to create a deeper version for the winter months.  

Bisque: light with warm soft peach tones, clear and radiant, less muted than Biscuit, and best suited to light Spring complexions.

Alabaster: light with warm coral tones, deeper than Bisque and best suited to vivid Spring complexions with high colouring.

Fair: light to medium, neutral beige, suitable for soft complexions that need the hint of pink Biscuit doesn't offer, but not as much as Winter's Shell Beige with its clear, deep tones. Fair is the third of our best selling shades. It's related to Natural, which is a great choice for contouring or for blending with Fair to create a deeper version for the summer months.   

Buff: light to medium, soft warm nude with peach and cream tones. Buff is related to Buff Beige which is a shade darker and is a great choice for contouring or blending with Buff to create a deeper version for the summer months. 

Shell Beige: light to medium, cool with pink and blue undertones, best suited to cool, clear Winter complexions. Shell Beige is related to Classic Beige, which is a shade darker and is a great choice for contouring or blending with Shell Beige to create a deeper version for the summer months.

True Beige: best suited for medium complexions in the olive range. True Beige is related to Porcelain, which is a shade lighter and is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or for blending with True Beige to create a lighter version for the winter months. 

Sand Beige: medium, warm sand beige, suitable for soft, mid-range complexions that need a little more warmth than True Beige offers. Sand Beige is related to Biscuit, which is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or for blending with Sand Beige to create a lighter version for the winter months.  

Golden Beige: warm and clear with strong yellow tones, suitable for mid-range Spring complexions. Golden Beige is related to Golden, which is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or for blending with Golden Beige to create a lighter version for the winter months.  

Buff Beige: medium, warm beige, deeper than Sand Beige, with peachy tones. Buff Beige is related to Buff, which is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or for blending with Buff Beige to create a lighter version for the winter months. 

Natural: medium, neutral beige, suitable for medium-dark complexions that need more depth than Sand Beige offers. Natural is related to Fair, which is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or for blending with Natural to create a lighter version for the winter months. 

Classic Beige: medium cool beige with pink and blue undertones, best suited to medium-dark, cool, clear, deep Winter complexions. Classic Beige is related to Shell Beige, which is a shade lighter and is a great choice for concealing and highlighting or blending with Classic Beige to create a lighter version for the winter months.

Almond: medium to dark, warm beige and honey tones, lighter and more golden than Cappuccino, makes a great bronzer for those with warm, golden complexions. 

Cappuccino: medium to dark with bronze tones, deeper and richer than Almond, makes a great contour powder or bronzer for those with warm complexions.

Cocoa: rich medium to dark brown, cooler than Almond and Cappuccino, makes a great contour powder or bronzer for those with cool complexions.

While we do our best to depict our shades accurately, computer monitors and other devices vary in the way they render colour. Our colour cosmetic samples are a great way to find your favorite shades.