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[Updated] e.l.f. Studio’s Porcelain Shade Comparison {Swatches}

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Pressed Powder (Porcelain), Maximum Coverage Concealer (Porcelain),
Tinted Moisturizer (Porcelain), and Flawless Finish Foundation (Porcelain)

I was doing a little foundation/tinted moisturizer swatching and decided it was time to do a side-by-side comparison of the e.l.f. Studio’s Porcelain shade. This is the lightest shade e.l.f. carries in the Studio line.

Today, I have swatched the Pressed Powder, Maximum Coverage Concealer, Tinted Moisturizer, and Flawless Finish Foundation in the e.l.f. Studio line.

Overall, Porcelain is a warm-leaning neutral shade. The only version that veers sharply towards yellow/orange is the e.l.f. Studio Tinted Moisturizer. Porcelain could be lighter as the shade name suggests.

The e.l.f. Studio Flawless Finish Foundation in Porcelain is nearly identical to Urban Decay’s Naked Skin in 1.0, though more of a full coverage foundation than the latter.

There is also the HD Mattifying Cream Foundation and Acne Fighting Foundation with Porcelain shades that I have not yet tried.


e.l.f. Studio Face Swatches

I have since purchased the e.l.f. Studio HD Mattifying Cream Foundation in Porcelain and re-swatched the e.l.f. Studio face products.

The HD Mattifying Cream Foundation is very similar in shade to the Flawless Finish Foundation.