Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow
Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow

I thought I would absolutely love the new Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow; a radiance version of the original bi-phase Maestro Glow. It’s a vry loose liquid, although it contains no water, and uses oils and pigment to give coverage. But, although I love these fluid, bi-phase textures, this is a glow within a matte formula and I just didn’t get it really. I couldn’t see any discernable glow (and I tried it on Thursday which was radiantly sunny) and the coverage wasn’t quite enough. That’s a personal thing though but generally I think you need to have damn near perfect skin in the first place to carry this one off. I know women who genuinely rave about this so maybe it’s just me but I’d have to spend my £40 elsewhere on this occasion.

Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow
Giorgio Armani Maestro UV

It’s a whole other story for the super fluid Maestro UV, an SPF50 that’s got you covered for both UVA and UVB along with a kick of pollution protection. It’s so light, feels like skin care not sun care and is not discernable in look or feel once it’s on the face. Maestro UV is also indicated for sensitive skin . There is every trend going on in this product – anti-pollution, light feeling sun protection and skin care elements. It’s a luxury buy, but it feels as such so if you’re in a treat yourself mood, it’s £40 HERE.

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