Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat Radiant Touch is actually a multitasking product, but its main purposes are as a corrector and also as a highlighter. The shade number doesn't brings the shade in the right brightness level order, as I found the #1.5 Radiant Silk is darker than #2 Luminous Ivory.
\Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat Radiant Touch in #1 "Luminous Radiance"
Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat Radiant Touch in #1 "Luminous Radiance" - PACKAGING DETAILS
YSL Touche Eclat Radiant Touch comes in an elegant, metallic gold click-pen, with a brush tip. The brand and product name is printed in black letters. You can find the YSL logo on its cap. The pen is boxed within a gold-metallic box. So YSL-like!
It retails at IDR 430.000 at local YSL Counters here (found in major Department Stores like SOGO, Metro, or Debenhams). On the US web, it's USD 40.
I found a lot of people mistook this thing as a concealer (well, I admit, I DID too!), while its actually a corrector and highlighter. I've read it somewhere that the best way to use this as corrector is to layer this over your own concealer, but I also love applying this straightly onto my skin. I mainly use this to brighten up my under eyes area, and correct any blemishes, and red spots.
The shade I choose is #1 Luminous Radiance. Both #1 Luminous Radiance and #2 Luminous Ivory shade match my NC20/Light Plus skin perfectly, but I'd prefer #1 as it's pink undertone can fight my dark circles better. It does correct my blemishes and red spots like magic too! My boyfriend couldn't even notice I have pimple when I use this product, until I remove my makeup at home. (Usually he's able to point out my pimples although I've covered it with my Benefit Boi-ing Concealer).
YSL Touche Eclat Radiant Touch in #1 Luminous Radiance - SWATCH
Note : sorry the pic is quite dark! I can't seem to find a great spot with better lighting ><
About the texture, it's kinda runny and watery, but it's still easy to blend by patting. The brush tip, I assume it's for application and blending purpose, doesn't work too well. In fact, I hate brush tip applicator as it could likely get streaky. I'd rather dot a small amount and pat it. The pen is more hygiene than pot packaging, but the clicking system is a miss for me, as it tends to let out more product than I need.
Pro (s) :
-A great Corrector and brightener
-Covers my flaws perfectly
-Click-pen type tends to let out more product than I need
-The brush is useless
Recently I found out that YSL releases a liquid foundation with the same formula as this product. It also has similar name too. I've talked about it here. Looking for its sample right now! <3