26 August 2016

Hylamide HA Blur | Flawless Primer





Hey there,

Coming from a girl who likes to chuck almost every and any product on to her face, (No 3 step routine, more like a 12 step ritual, plus the make up), I seem to struggle fitting primers/finishers in to said routine. I don't know what it is, as I have tried some very good ones in the past, but they just don't seem to make it in to a permanent residency with me.

Recently I've been testing out the *Hylamide HA Blur Primer which is designed for all skin types. Being someone who is more combination, and also always dehydrated (Blame it on the gin and city life), I tend to find I dabble in and out of a lot of different targeted products. So the Hylamide Primers list of benefits definitely ticked a few boxes for me!

It has a pretty impressive formula, using a hyaluronic based prism technology to help blur, hydrate and refine the skin. The idea is that the prism helps to scatter light across the skin, to give a more flawless finish. It is gel like in consistency, so a little goes a long way, and you can literally feel the formula mattifying and forming a velvety soft layer across the skin.

It took me several attempts to get used to using it, just as I have found with other primers, but after a few days and a quick application change over, I really have loved using the HA blur. Mixing it in with my liquid foundation definitely worked better for me.

Maybe the HA blur is the one!

Have you tried it? Are you a fan of primers?

Lots of love,
KBxx

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