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Ink Lasting Cushion Foundation Slim Fit




  • C10 Neutral Ivory
  • C20 Neutral Medium
  • N10 Porcelain
  • N20 Neutral Light
  • W10 Fair Light
  • W20 Ivory
  • C30 Medium
  • C40 Neutral Tan
  • N30 Light Medium
  • N40 Neutral Sand
  • W30 Medium Sand
  • W40 Sand
  • C50 Tan
  • C60 Honey Deep
  • N50 Medium Tan
  • N60 Rich Honey
  • N70 Deep
  • W50 Rich


  • 18 shades
    AVON x THE FACE SHOP
    Our exclusive collaboration with The Face Shop brings you super-luxurious Korean beauty products that are influencing the world. Enjoy!

    Welcome to the cush life. This innovative, ultra-portable design uses a luxurious cushion to deliver the perfect amount of foundation anytime, anywhere—with zero spill potential. But how does it work? Just press the poof into the sponge compact to soak up pigment, then apply to your face for even coverage with a second-skin feel. $31.00







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