It’s taken me nearly forever to get around to reviewing the Burberry Bright Glow Foundation – I fell back in love with Dior Nude Air for a while. But I’ve finally done it and it’s truly a lovely base.
Coverage wise, it sits at a mid-way point between medium and light and I love that it feels hydrating and lets skin move. It has a ‘white’ translucency which I take to mean brightening and the finish certainly does add skin radiance. It’s not full on dewy and nor is it matte – my skin had a velvet finish but with some glow. Does a matte-dew make any sense? Because that’s the only way I can think to describe it. So, it gives a more awake look to skin – freshening and perfecting but without looking or feeling overdone. The splash of hyaluronic is very welcome as is SPF30.
The shade I have here is No.12 Ochre Nude which is currently about one shade too light – give it a few weeks though for me to take on my winter cast and it will be perfect. Because I use ‘dewy’ foundations mostly, I don’t really need to change up to a winter foundation really – but I do feel that Burberry Bright Glow Foundation would fit right into that category if you need to transition to something more hydrating and flexible feeling due to tautness. Burberry does get it spot on with their bases, that’s for sure. At £36 it’s pricy and I genuinely feel that there is never a need these days to do a major spend on a base, but it acts like a treat worth having with a skin care feel. You can find it HERE.
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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