4 Unfiltered Reviews of Lady Gaga’s New Foundation
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Despite Lady Gaga’s remarkable ability to keep her makeup in place through egg entrances, hourlong film production shoots, and a considerable chunk of time spent dangling 30 feet in the air during those two-hour Chromatica Ball performances, up until now, the multihyphenate star had yet to launch a foundation under her recently revamped beauty brand, Haus Laboratories. Perhaps it’s because foundation is, objectively, one of the harder cosmetics categories to pull off.
Still, it was one Gaga was determined to get right: using what she knows about makeup — and that is a lot, she once told POPSUGAR, at least when it comes to the red carpet or on stage — the Haus Labs team created the Triclone Skin Tech Foundation. With 51 shades and a medium- to full-coverage finish, it promises to be everything you’d expect from a “Rain on Me” bop: it is not too heavy, will stay put through a downpour, and is made for just about everybody(‘s individual skin tone). It’s also widely available, only in this case at 480 Sephora stores instead of on the radio.
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As for the formula itself, the Haus Labs Triclone Skin Tech Foundation is packed with a handful of skin-soothing ingredients, including fermented arnica to minimize redness and a proprietary blend of antioxidants to protect the skin from environmental aggressors. You can feel good about its packaging, too; the foundation is housed in a recyclable glass bottle with labels printed on paper sourced from sustainably harvested forests.
But the best way to truly see if this latest addition to the celebrity beauty brand market lives up to the hype is to put it to the test, so we asked four POPSUGAR editors across various skin tones and types to take the foundation for a spin. Keep reading to see who did (and didn’t) sing its praises.
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