It isn't every day that you find a Chanel dupe on the highstreet but today I am bringing you two. Bourjois are within the same family of Chanel so it comes as no surprise that they have two very beautiful foundations that are remarkably similar to some from Chanel.

Chanel CC Cream - Bourjois Healthy Mix Serums
Many of you will have heard of the Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum Foundation because it really is one of the best budget foundations on the market. It provides a light-medium coverage with a natural-dewy finish. On the skin, it feels fantastic! It is light enough (hence serum) to feel comfortable on the skin but also feels quite comforting and luxurious. The Chanel CC Cream is 100% luxury on the skin, it really does feel like a big warm hug for the face. The Chanel is slightly thicker in texture but both are incredibly similar, the only difference between the two is that the Chanel version offers sun protection but apart from that, they are almost the same product.

Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua - Bourjous Happy Light
Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua has quite the following here on the blogosphere as it provides lightweight, light-medium coverage with a beautiful dewy finish.It is a foundation that works great on all skin types and makes the skin look extremely healthy. The Bourjois Happy Light foundation ticks all the same boxes, it is lightweight, it has a light to medium coverage, it gives a fresh dewy finish and finally, it works on all skin types. Between these two, I really struggle to see any difference, they are practically identical. Yes the Chanel has nice packaging, it compact and is Chanel but if you just want a foundation that will provide the same effect then I would definitely recommend the Bourjois Happy Light Foundation.

Have you tried any of these foundations? What are your thoughts on them?

Contouring used to be a backstage trick that makeup artists used to enhance somebody's facial structure, recently however contouring has escaped the "makeup artist secrets" box and has been adopted by all as the new "it" trick and slowly brands are realising this and providing us with shades and products that will allow us to create filmstar cheekbones in the comfort of our own homes. I am probably sure you've all watched your fair share of contouring videos and have the technique down but I am here to provide some extra tips on choosing the correct product to use for contouring.

Soft As Butter
First thing is first when it comes to a contouring powder, you want it to be as smoth and soft as butter, a chalky powder just will not do. Chalky, drier powders a great to pack on really dense pigment but we want to createa soft and subtle contour. If you powder is soft it will apply onto the skin smoothly and blend out very easily without leaving it looking streaky or patchy.

The Grey Hue
Contouring powders usually have a slightly grey tone to them, they aren't your traditional terracota bronzers. Bronzers usually have olive or red (warm) tones to them to mimic the effect of a suntan on the skin as when we tan we usually go a little pink and red as well. We do not however tan on our cheekbones. What we want to create beneath the cheekbone is a shadow and as you all know, shadows are always a very cool grey-like shade. Now greys are difficult to work with an quite unnatural in person so the trick is to find a cool brown shade. If you are unsure then simply get your swatch on in a store or amongst your collection and when all are swatched side by side you can see which is the coolest and therefore the most suitable for contouring.

Light or Dark
This one may seem a little obvious but please find a shade that matches your skin tone. Too many times I have seen the novice fair skinned contourer with two stripes of muddy brown on her cheeks, it's not a good look. Take the time to find the right cool brown shade for you, the fairer you are, the lighter the brown and the darker you are the darker the brown. What we are looking to create is a natural, enhanced look.

It Doesn't End at Bronzers
This one is especuially for the fairest of you out there... it doesn't have to be a bronzer. If all the cool toned bronzers you have tried are just too dark for you then look for other alternatives. For example, there are an abundance of light, cool-toned eyeshadows that you can use to sculpt out those cheekbones or even a mauvey grey-toned blush can do the trick! Just keep your eyes open and your imagination wide and you will quickly find the perfect shade to contour with.

For the cynical and sarcastic British, we are all upset that Summer is over here in England but at the same time, are loving that we can finally say "Well, that's our Summer over!" and go about our days in a huff, umbrella in hand! We have now moved into that confused zone where the seasons are slowly transitioning and we don't know if it is too soon to don our boots and burgundy scarves or should still sport that coral lipstick we have been loving all Summer? (p.s I say you rock whatever lipstick you feel like)

 I have picked a few products to help us through Summer and into Autumn. All of them are cream products so will keep that fresh, dewy Summer skin whilst comforting it against the bashes of wind and rain.

The Base
For the base I have chosen to go with the Chanel CC Cream, this is a traditional style CC/BB Cream that provides great sun protection (for those still Summer bright days) yet is a true cream so feels luxurious and comforting on the skin (for the miserable windy days). The Chanel CC Cream provides a very nice coverage, and as it is a cream it can be applied lightly or can be built up to a good medium-full coverage. To cover anything extra, I have pulled out the heavy weight Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer. This little tub contains a super highly pigmented cream that when rubbed between the fingers melts down to a slightly oily texture (as it is an oil based product) that can then be applied anywhere on the face (including under the eyes). It is very soothing and incredibly pigmented so will cover anything and can be used sheerly (with a good moisturiser) or used to spot-conceal problem areas.

The Eyes
For eyes I have picked my favourite Chanel Illusion D'Ombre cream eyeshadows, these are a mix between a pressed pigment and a cream eyeshadow and come in some beautiful shades. They pack a punch, are easily applied and stay all day.They aren't too creamy so won't smudge and don't give a glossy look on the eyelid so won't look too beach babe when at the office. A great drugstore alternative are the Maybelline Colour Tattoo Cream eyeshadows which are much creamier in texture but are just as easily applied and set down so they last all day. Another cream product which I have been obsessed about is the Anastasia Dip Brow, it is a cream brow product that is ued to fill the brows in quickly and gives a defined brows in seconds. The best part? It stays all day, so it will withstand the heat and the rain so there won't be any instances where you look in the mirror and wonder where the hell your eyebrows went.

The Cheeks
I have a myriad of choices for cheeks as I have been reaching and loving these all Summer and know I will continue using them well into Autumn as they are super easy to apply and give a very fresh and natural finish on the skin. First I will start with bronzers, my favourite has been the Becca Bronzing Skin Perfector. This is a cream bronzer that you can apply and blend with fingers on the high points of the face to give a very natural bronzed glow. It has a little luminesence to it to enhance the glow but the best part is the shade, it is a very natural, olive toned bronzer which truly mimicks a holiday glow giving a very real tan to the skin. Another option is the Kevyn Aucoin Creamy Glow Duo which is a cream version of their famous contour and hilghlighting powders. It is very compact so easy to carry around in your handbag to touch up your bronzer and highlighter and keep that summer glow throughout the day. Another highlighting option, and perhaps my favourite cream highlighter, is the RMS Living Luminzer this is a coconut oil based highlighter that gives the most beautiful sheen to the skin, apply this to the tops of the cheekbones, on the cupids bow and inner corners of your eyes and you will never have a fatigued or gloomy complexion. To add some colour to the cheeks I have two options, the first is the Becca Beach Tint this is a creamy, slightly liquidy blush that provides an incredibly natural tint to the cheeks (and lips). It is quite sheer which means that you can never apply too much and dries down to a skin-like finish so this truly provides a flushed look to the skin. If you are wanting a dewier effect then the Jouer Cheek and Lip Tint is the perfect option, this is a creamy tint that leaves that dewy, almost glossy effect on the skin so keeps it looking fresh and dewy. Again, it isn't too pigmented so always looks natural on the skin.

What are your favourite Cream Products?
Another thing I have finished has been the Origins Clear Improvement Mask.

This mask has been a constant go-to in my stash yet I never seemed to write up a post about it - why? Well because it is perfectly, average. Now don't get me wrong, this is in now way a bad mask, in fact, I don't really have a single bad thing to say about this but it just doesn't wow me. It does what it says, cleanses and purifies the skin. The ingredients are standard clay mask ingredients which all do their job splendidly but it is no miracle product. I have loved using this mask to clear out congested skin and think it works especially well when my skin is very oily. I wouldn't say this is the best for dry skin but if you have normal-oily skin then this will work well for you.

Who would I suggest this mask to? - The spot prone and those who like to give their skin a good clean out.

Would I repurchase this item? - Sure! Not right now as I have other masks to try out but yeah, it worked great. The only reason why I wouldn't repurchase it would be if I found a clay mask that went the extra mile and hit that wow factor.

Have you tried the Origins Clear Improvement Mask? 
What were your thoughts on it?
Finding a bronzer in the drugstore is pretty easy, there are a variety of warm bronze shades to choose from... finding a cool contour shade however, proves to be much more difficult. Recently, I found the first drugstore bronzer that is perfect to use for contouring, welcome the Beauty UK Matte Bronzer in No.2 Dark.

The Beauty UK bronzer is very soft to the touch and nicely pigmented. It isn't overly pigmented so won't create any harsh lines and the soft textures allows it to blend into the skin. The shade is quite dark with some warmth to it so can be used as a bronzer for medium skin tones. The warmth in it makes it a little more wearable as a stark grey under the cheekbones can look great in photographs but a little unnatural to the eye. Even though it is dark it does have quite a lot of grey undertones to it in comparison to other bronzers which creates a perfect contour when applied to the hollows of the cheek. It isn't as cool as the Kevyn Aucoin sculpting powder as that has the same grey undertones to it but unlike the Beauty UK powder, it has no warmth to it at all. 

The powder is fairly pigmented so remember to be very light handed with this powder as you want the contour to look natural and to always blend the powder upto the cheekbone rather than below it. My favourite brush to contour with is the Charlotte Tilbury Sculpting Brush as the tip is very fine so doesn't pick up too much colour, doing the job of applying and blending for you.

This is a great budget buy for experienced contour-ers as it can be a little tricky to work with (ie, making sure you don't over-apply and you blend thoroughly) but if you aren't a fan of very grey contour powders or just can't bring yourself to splash out for the Kevyn Aucoin, this is a superb alternative! But, pale skin tones, beware as this is quite dark... remember, you can always use a cool, light brown eyeshadow for contouring if this is too dark!

What's your favourite contour powder?
When we hear the word Summer we think heat, cocktails and bronze. The usual topic is bronzers however I have been loving more bronze on the lids than on the rest of the face as it frames the eyes and gives your makeup a summery look. This Summer Bronze edit contains only liners and cream shadows so that you can create this look quickly and on-the-go for some instant summer glamour. I have picked four bronze eye products that are all creamy and easy to use but will last through those warm summer evenings... plus there is one to suit every taste, skin tone and eye colour.

The Cool Bronze
For those who prefer cooler toned browns (cool skinned ladies, cool tones look awesome on you) or want a true bronze shade, the By Terry Ombre Blackstar in Bronze Moon is perfect for you. It is a super creamy, easy to blend formula that you can wear on the lids or in the waterline. It sets on the lids so you can be sure that this will last without looking patchy. 

The Warm Bronze
If you prefer a warmer brown or have blue eyes (even though all eye colours look beautiful in warm browns) then the Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon in Amber Haze is the one. It is a warm toned brown with gold glitter speckled throughout. This is a cream eyeshadow stick that is long lasting and again can be worn on the lids or in the waterline. If you do have sensitive eyes then please do not wear this on the waterline as it will irritate the eyes.

The Dark Bronze
If you want a more intense look or to define the eyes the Anastasia Covet Waterproof liner in Gilded is perfect as it is creamy but dries down so that you can use it as a liner, in the waterline or as an eyeshadow. It is a very deep, golden brown so will look great on all skin tones and eye shades as it warms the eyes, giving a bronzed effect.

The Red Bronze
This one goes out to my green eyed ladies, the Rimmel Scandaleyes in Bronze is a beautiful copper-y bronze. This really warms the eyes and gives an almost sunset effect when blended around the lash line. This again can be used as liner or eyeshadow and is the perfect accompaniment to sunshine and cocktails. 

By Terry Bronze Moon, Charlotte Tilbury Amber Haze, Anastasia Gilded and Rimmel Bronze

What's your favourite bronze eye product?
There are some products which enter my life that I can never make my mind up about and I put off writing a review or always feel like I need to try it one more time until I have completely used it up and forgot to write about it so I have decided to create the "Things I've Finished" post so that I can give a review of products I have completed.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask - £57

The Deep Cleansing Mask is hands down the most expensive face mask I have ever purchased. It is cased in beautiful, luxurious glass packaging. The products itself contains their famous Hungarian Thermal Water, it also contains the very common clay Kaolin and also Hungarian Mud. The mask is quite thin and cooling which feels comforting and soothing on the skin. It works like most masks, apply a thin layer over the skin, leave it to dry then wipe off with warm water. My first few uses underwhelmed me, a clay mask costing £57 should wow but I wasn't incredibly impressed. With consistent use, comparing it to other masks and getting to know this products, I began to really like it. It works to clean out impurities and bring any dirt out from the skin without stripping the skin. It is packed with brightening and hydrating ingredients so really helps the overall complexion of your skin look better. I can not say much wrong about this product... except for the price. Kaolin is a cheap (yet effective) ingredient and is the second listed ingredient so the price of the mask doesn't correspond. Yes, this is a lovely mask but I don't think it is worth the price as for £57 you can buy an even more effective clay mask - my favourite is the Borghese Fango Active Mud Mask, alongside buying a hydrating and soothing mask. Yes, it was a good product but I would be much happier if they packaged it in a tube (more hygienic) and therefore would cost less (as glass packaging isn't cheap).

Who would I recommend this to? - Mature/dry skin that can't tolerate any strong clay/mud masks as this is very effective but not in the slightest bit stripping.

Will I re-purchase this... honestly, probably not.

Aqua (Hungarian Thermal Water), Kaolin, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Silt (Hungarian Mud), Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Oilivate, Zinc Oxide, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Malpighia Punicifolia (Acerola) Fruit Extract, Mannitol, Yeast Extract, Zinc gluconate, Magnesium aspartate, Copper gluconate, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Parfum (Natural Fragrance), Rosa Damascena (Rose Otto) Flower Oil, Geranium Maculatum Oil, Citrus nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil, Linalool, Limonene, Citronellol, Sodium Hydroxide Transitional Skin Care

Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist - £46

This product, admittedly, is pure luxury. It comes in a beautiful, frosted glass bottle and smells fresh and rosey. It contains Omorovicza's cult ingredient: Hungarian Thermal Water which was historically the first perfume but also claims to rejuvenate and revitalise the skin. I did enjoy using this mist but I didn't enjoy using this any more or any less than all the other spritz' I have tried. Yes the ingredients are nice but I don't believe that this made any difference to my skin. I applied it day and night after cleansing the skin and sometimes throughout the day but I didn't feel or see any difference in my skin. If you want a treat and love facial mists then you would love this.

Who would I recommend this to? - Very dehydrated and thirsty skin/those who want to treat themselves.

Will I re-purchase this? No. It was a lovely product to use but I don't find it any better than the Boots Botanics Rose Water Toning Spritz.

Aqua (Hungarian Thermal Water), Rosa Damascena Flower Water, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Flower Water, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Water, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Glycerin, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Pectin, Chlorella Vulgaris/Lupinus Albus Protein Ferment, Malpighia Punicifolia (Acerola) Fruit Extract, Ethylhexylglycerin, Mannitol, Yeast Extract. (Summer heat)
Have you tried anything from Omorovicza, what were your thoughts?
I have oily skin. Oily skin + heat = quite oily skin. Most of you will be screaming POWDER YOUR FACE. However, when that climate hits, should we continue battling it? Or should we just embrace it, say this is me and attempt to pass our oil slick as a dewy glow?

Why we shouldn't powder?
- because the cakey, overly-matte look is not pretty
- it saves you having to carry round blotting sheets/a powder and a brush

Half the battle is finding the right powder that is light weight and not easy to over-apply. If you have found it, powder away! But if you are still on the search, find powdering throughout the day a pain in the you-know-what then just own it! Besides, oily skinned gals get less wrinkles, fact.

What are your thoughts? - Is powdering essential? What is your favourite powder?
This year we have actually been having a summer in England and if like me, you sometimes forget to buy SPF throughout the year (I am rarely out and about at midday anyway) the sign of blazing sun was met with panic and thoughts such as "I need to find an SPF of factor 30 for my face!!!" so have no fear, I found quite the few products that provide a great amount of sun protection so you don't have to go out and buy an expensive new spf or add another step into the already never-ending routine.

The Glow Giver SPF
Whilst rummaging through my stash I was surprised to find that the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector has SPF 25+, this is great as it is the only highlighter I have found that provides sun protection. You may be wondering, why do I need SPF in my highlighter? Well, you don't but if you are just popping out the house for an hour or are having a barbeque and you don't want to apply a full face of makeup, applying a layer of liquid highlight (this is subtle enough to wear all over the face) can brighten the skin without adding any coverage and remains looking extremely natural.

The Dark Circles SPF
If you struggle with finding a good eye cream that contains SPF then go for a concealer that has it! My favourite under eye concealer is the Dior Hydra Life BB Eye Creme, this is a very expensive concealer but it really is magnificent and I haven't found a cheaper alternative yet. It counter acts any darkness and veins whilst remaining incredibly lightweight and never cakes or creases plus it has an SPF of 20 which will keep your eyes looking young so that you won't have to worry about concealer creasing in any fine lines in the future!

The Sheer Coverage SPF
I don't know about you but when the sun is shining I really enjoy wearing a light base as it looks fresh and incredibly youthful. My current favourites have been the Perricone MD No Foundation Foundation (SPF 30) which is an extremely sheer coverage foundation that perks up the skin by giving it a little colour and a lot of glow, leaving you with a really radiant complexion. A more budget option is the Revlon PhotoReady BB Cream Skin Perfector (SPF30), this has a little more coverage than the Perricone MD however it provides the same dewy finish that really plumps the skin and leaves it looking nourished and glowing. As a side note, I do have oily skin and these can sometimes make my skin look oily but with most foundations, a little powder down the t-zone sorts everything out but in the summer, I just embrace my greasy glow!

The I Need Coverage SPF
Some people just don't feel comfortable in a sheer base and sometimes when your skin isn't co-operating, you just really need some coverage! For those days there are two perfect items I reach for, the first is the Guerlain BB Beauty Booster SPF 30 PA+++ which not only provides a high quality sun protection but it gives a medium to buildable coverage. In just one pump you can cover any problem areas and create an incredibly flawless base with a natural, slightly dewy finish. The colour range in this line isn't great but if you can find the shade for you, I would seriously recommend this product as it makes the skin look amazing and it lasts really well throughout those hot summer days. 

The second item is the Chanel CC Cream which has fast become one of my favourite bases. It is a classical CC Cream in that it is not a western version. This version provides a medium coverage than can be applied lightly and sheerily or can be built up to maximum coverage without looking cakey. It is quite a creamy consistency which allows it to cover the skin and last all day whilst not feeling heavy or drying. Just like the Guerlain it also has SPF 30 PA+++ so it really does protect the skin from sun damage.

But remember, if you are going to be out in the sun all day then bring a powder or spray on spf to re-apply throughout the day as these options are only good enough for a few hours and won't protect your skin all day!

Plus, not only are these picks great for providing SPF but they are truly amazing products that I reach for on a day to day basis so are worth trying if you aren't interested in the sun protection factor that they provide, it really is just a bonus!

Have you tried any of these products?
Am I the only girl in the world that always has at least two mascaras on rotation?
I surely can't be! 

Max Factor Clump Defy
This is my go to "everyday" mascara as it holds a curl nicely, defines the lashes but still remains very natural. Mascara seems to be the product everybody can't live without however, apart from lipstick, is one of the products that definitely shows that your are wearing makeup. This mascara can give the ultimate no-makeup-makeup look whilst still defining the eyes. It can also be built up and, as the name suggests, won't clump. Currently, this is my favourite mascara.

D.J.V Beautenizer Fiberwig
Recently, I thought I would try a new mascara. This is a fiber mascara which aims to lengthen lashes. I have a love hate relationship with this mascara as some days it makes my lashes look incredibly long and defined but on other days, the fibers clump together and make me lashes look messy and spidery. If you know how to work a fiber mascara well, this is one worth trying out as it does last well without irritating the eyes however once this tube is finished, I probably won't be purchasing another.

L'Oreal Miss Manga Waterproof
The Miss Manga mascara has had its rounds on the blogosphere and I have seen many a mixed review on this product. Initially, I wasn't really interested in trying it out however last weekend I was in dire need of a waterproof mascara so finally caved and picked it up. Just like the last mascara, this is a very up and down product for me as even though it does make my lashes look longer and fuller, it smudged! I don't usually have a problem with mascaras smudging on me so this was quite a disappointment from a waterproof mascara. I have found that I have to really build up the layers and apply a hefty amount for it not to smudge throughout the day. Even though it did make my lashes look good it didn't quite hold up throughout the day. 

What are your thoughts on these mascaras? What's your favourite mascara?

In my most recent Beauty Buzz post, I mentioned that I had gone to my boyfriends graduation, so I thought I would talk to you about the base products I used which not only looked good but held up all day in the heat. 
A little disclaimer: this was a very pricey base so if you hate horrendously priced make-up then just click right off this page 'cos it is about to get expensive.

The first product I used was the Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer. This is quite a pricey primer however I have been living off of several Space NK samples that I haven't yet had to purchase the full sized version. It is quite a light primer that feels quite creamy but there is a definite silicone feeling to the product which isn't the nicest but it really does an amazing job of smoothing over the skin so that any makeup you apply on top of it will just glide on. The real star quality of this product is that it actually does make your foundation look better for longer so this is always a must for creating a flawless base that will last through the heat.

The foundation I chose was the By Terry Densiliss foundation which is a truly beautiful formula. It is a serum foundation which means it feels light and ever-so-slightly creamy on the skin. If you have ever tried By Terry base products, this has the same scent and touch as the other foundations in their line. It is a natural, quite velvet finish foundation which is perfect in the heat as a dewy foundation can translate as greasy in photography. It isn't too matte so not only will it photograph beautifully but it will look great in person too. I would say the coverage is medium-full as you can definitely build this up to the desired coverage you want. I usually go in with one and a half pumps as I find that gives me enough coverage whilst keeping a natural look to the skin. Again, with the previous product, this was picked as it has astounding longevity and is one of the best long lasting foundations I have encountered. Yes, it is extremely pricey but I can't really fault this foundation.

I wanted to powder the face to ensure that my base would stay put as it was an extremely hot and sticky morning. I decided to use the By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra Powder as it leaves a very soft-focus finish to the skin without adding any shimmer that will flash back in photographs. As a warning, this does give the white flash-back face immediately after applying (when it is sitting on top of the skin). In order to avoid any white talc-face, you want to be sure to gently buff this into the skin with either a brush or a beauty blender, plus this will ensure that the overall finish doesn't look powdered and remains very natural. After being sat on the skin for an hour, this had absolutely no flash-back on photography. I would not recommend using this throughout the day either as not only is it a bit messy but as I said, when photographed immediately after application it can give a white cast. Asides from that, I really do think this is an excellent powder that minimises pores and imperfections whilst locking in your foundation, making sure that it remains flawless all day.

What are your fail-safe base products?
With the Summer 2014 Collections released, I just had to pick something up from the Dior Transat Collection. Dior always screams summer to me as they do some of the most amazing shades each year, this year was no exception however I only purchased on item from the new collection and I am dubbing it the "if you buy one thing this from the new collections..." because it is just that good.

The must-have item this summer is the Diorskin Nude Tan Transat Edition Golden Shimmer Powder (could that name be any longer? - Chandler Bing). Despite it's terribly long name, this item is all sorts of magical. Now I know, I have no need of yet another highlighter in my collection but this one is truly one of its kind. 

Before we get into the good stuff, let's talk about the bad stuff, the price. This comes in at a whopping £40 (ouch) but you do get enough product to last you a life time and a very handy mini kabuki brush.

The powder itself is embossed with the classic NUDE that is found in the Diorskin Nude Bronzers. It is a warm, medium-gold that would suit many skintones. Most highlighters are a champagne or a pale gold which can sometimes look a little stark on warm skin tones and can even make dark skin tones ashy. This however has enough warmth in it to suit medium to darker skin tones but it is pale enough in colour to suit fair skin.  As a reference point, it is warmer and slightly darker than the Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Powder in Candlelight. 

The magic in this highlighter is the finish. Yes, the colour is beautiful and is unlike any that I have in my collection but the finish is out of this world. Most powder highlighters give a shimmery, reflective glow to the face but this powder gives quite a dewy finish. By that I mean that instead of the shimmer translating as glitter or metallic, it gives an almost wet look to the skin as if you had used a creamy or liquid highlighter. 

I must apologise for the above photograph as photo really doesn't catch the beauty of this highlighter but rest assured, swatched in person it is a very dewy, wet-looking powder that warms up the face and makes you look as glowing as ever-gorgeous Candice Swanepoel.

This is a limited edition product so if you are interested I would recommend you rush to your nearest Dior counter so that you can fall in love with this powder as I have. 


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