08 Sep 2023
In 1997, Lancôme launched Teint Idole Ultra Wear for the first time achieving a perfect complexion. Since then, it has become renowned for its winning technology and is synonymous with a round-the-clock?natural matte finish that delivers maximum comfort, lasting coverage and hydration with no streaking, caking or masking.
A technological breakthrough marks the start of a new era for Lancôme’s foundation icon being reformulated to meet the specific needs of every skin type and shade. Introducing the new and improved Lancôme Teint Idôle Ultra Wear.
Even better than ever before, Teint Idole Ultra Wear brings ultimate skinclusivity to fit skin need and concerns: by covering imperfections, blemishes, acne marks, redness, etc. Life-proof and full-proof for your skin, it achieves natural coverage that never masks; flawless matte with no caking; an ultra-fresh sensation that is lightweight, with a high-comfort formula, that’s never drying or clogging.
Building on the first iteration of Teint Idole Ultra Wear, the new formula gives you 24-hour undetectable coverage in our thinnest, most breathable formula yet. Get ready to reach a new level of all-day comfort and weightless longwear.
Powered by advanced Airwear Technology Teint Idole Ultra Wear is lightweight and breathable. As thin as air, it’s breathable while maintaining a 24-hour natural-matte full-coverage result.
The upgraded Teint Idole Ultra Wear is enriched with an 81% skincare serum, and a protective urban shield. Now performing better than ever, the new formula is sweat-proof, and contains Hyaluronic Acid, Moringa, Vitamin E and Pre-probiotics to deliver lasting hydration, an anti-pollution effect and skin barrier protection.
An upgraded high-tech formula meets our best-in-class shade range that delivers a better accuracy, especially on deep and medium shades. No more guesswork, ashiness or grey undertones: now there’s a Teint Idole Ultra Wear for you thanks to 45 shades, developed with advanced pigment expertise and based on a multi-cultural beauty study of 3,000 women in 7 countries across 4 continents.