NYX BORN TO GLOW ILLUMINATING PRIMER

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Dear Spring, I am writing to let you know that we are ready for you whenever you are… Is anyone else totally over this weather? It feels as though it has been THE longest winter ever – even in Barcelona. And I don’t know about you, but this weather has totally wreaked havoc with my skin.

It’s dull and dreary and soooo in need of some TLC. So, as part of my “get glowing for Spring’ beauty regime I would like to talk to you about the NYX Born to Glow Base Illuminator.

This light, pearly primer can be worn under foundation or alone and instantly gives skin a bright and healthy glow.

WHAT NYX SAY:
“Prep and brighten your complexion in just one simple step. Start off your routine with our Born to Glow Illuminating Primer, the next generation of our fan-favourite Illuminator. This two-in-one primer ensures a smooth makeup application, while also delivering an exquisitely radiant finish.”

I absolutely love this product, it’s so easy to apply and soaks in nicely. I also find that it sits really nicely under foundation, there’s no ‘piling’ like other primers I’ve tried and makes my make-up last all day.  It leaves my skin looking radiant and really does make it glow.

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I’ll definitely be using this in Spring and Summer when I start to wear less make-up. I think this will work really well over the St Moriz Tan Boosting Facial Serum for a glowing, bronzed face. It is now part of my everyday makeup routine and it gets my seal of approval!

Buy the Born to Glow Illuminating Primer, £12.50/ €13.90 in NYX stores or online here.

Have you tried this primer? What did you think of it? Let me know below! Xx

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