In keeping with the current double-up trend for foundation and concealer in one product, the Bobbi Brown Retouching Wand is exactly that but acts as a no make-up. bare skin look perfector. It comes in nine shades with ‘Rich’ being the darkest (haven’t seen it real life so I can’t say quite how deep it goes). Bobbi errs to yellow in tone, so the right tone for me is Light which is unusual so I do suggest that you have a skin tone test at counter before you buy unless you are really sure of where you sit in the Bobbi line-up.
I have to admit that these are really good! I used the Bobbi Brown Retouching Wand in Light under my eyes which is usually a trap for any powders within a liquid formula to make everything look far worse, and it didn’t exacerbate creases and did brighten away the darkness.
I really like this product – you can use it on bare skin or over BB or foundation to cover redness or circles… the little sponge at the top is a bit of a distraction because you still need to use fingertips or brush to get the final finish, but nonetheless.. does what it says it will and does it very well. It’s £26.50 (why?!) when it launches in September.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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