Hourglass Illusion Hyaluronic Skin Tint hasn’t launched in the UK yet, so I had this one sent over from the US. I have to admit that I’m a little bit disappointed with it, especially at $55. It’s made without oil, so I think for anyone with oil issues, it’s going to be an absolute godsend, but it’s a little on the dry side in texture for me. Hourglass Illusion gives very good coverage, but there’s little dewyness… and I love a bit of dewy.
However, it’s boosted with Hyaluronic acid so you’ll get all day hydration, and my skin didn’t feel dry; it just looked a bit dry. And that’s the opposite to the effect it’s supposed to have, which is to plump and soften. While it does contain pearl pigments, I think they’ve got lost in the mix somewhere; all in all it’s just not for me which is a shame because I’m $55 lighter!
The Ultimate Beauty Advent Calendar
The SpaceNK Advent calendar is almost here, pre-order for shipment on the 15th October with beauty gifts, worth over £700, from La Mer, Augustinus Bader, Rose Inc and more.
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