[unpaid/sample/ad/affiliate] Ooh, this is very lovely! I had low hopes for it to be honest – I’m not sure why. I wonder about mists – really whether they’re worth the bother or whether you might as well spray with water for free and be done with it. However, what’s impressive about this is that it gives such a nice and light hydrating film that smells deliciously of coconut that I’m a little bit hooked. It’s absolutely not for you if you don’t like fragranced products.
There are three uses for this coconut oil infused mist – as a skin primer before make-up, as a post make-up dew finish spray or as a general moisture-ful refresher. Often, sprays that don’t have aerosol can be a bit more of a squirt than anything but thankfully, this one produces a fine and even milky mist that gives a waft of holiday-ish coconut. It’s an obvious one to keep in the fridge for hot days. The down side is that it’s £30 which I think is a LOT for 100ml of mist – personally I’d need to feel I had a glut of spare money to lay it down on this, but mist fans, I know, don’t think twice. I’m not enough of a mist fan to prioritise them in my routine at the moment, but don’t let me stop you. Huda Beauty Glow Coco Hydrating Mist is a lovely surprise with a sting in the tail :-). It’s HERE, non affiliate HERE.
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Looks lovely and I ❤️ coconut but £30 for 100 mls is ridiculous.