THIS WEEK I’M TRY­ING... CLIN­IQUE BIY BLEND IT YOUR­SELF PIGMENT DROPS

The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE -

Stick­ing with the same foun­da­tion through­out the year is not a good idea. Our skin changes ac­cord­ing to the weather, our life­style, the sea­son and hor­monal im­bal­ances. It’s im­por­tant to adapt ac­cord­ingly but this doesn’t come cheap, un­til now. Not con­vinced I could get a tinted mois­turiser and a heav­ier foun­da­tion base from the same dinky bot­tle, I was ex­cited to give th­ese pigment drops a try. I sim­ply added a few drops to a dol­lop of my reg­u­lar mois­turiser, mixed it on my hand and then ap­plied to my skin. I was amazed how ver­sa­tile this prod­uct was. I changed my base as eas­ily as I did my lip­stick, go­ing from a denser cov­er­age for a day in the city to a luminous translu­cent fin­ish for a ro­man­tic din­ner. Hav­ing a cus­tom-made DIY base is revo­lu­tion­ary I pre­dict it'll be copied.

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Clin­ique BIY Blend It Your­self Pigment Drops £25

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