Sunday, 26 June 2016

Keeping That Summer Glow! | Clarins Golden Glow Booster

Happy Sunday!

Today I thought I'd share with you a product which I have been LOVING since my holiday (I can't believe I didn't know about this sooner!) & it is something I think is a must for those of you wanting to keep that summer glow lasting as long as possible...



I purchased the Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster on the plane on the way home from my recent trip to Portugal, I had been reading about it on the way out there and thought it sounded amazing!
One of the things I love about going on holiday is how great your skin feels, being make-up free and catching the sun makes me feel so much better and confident, that I feel I don't need to wear foundation at all during holiday or when I come back.
But after a week or so of being at home and adjusting to the weather conditions my skin suddenly changes, especially my face, as the colour fades and I no longer feel glowing, that's when I normally need to start applying make-up to match the rest of my body!

That was until this product came into my life, since the day I went on holiday 3 weeks ago I have been foundation free and my skin has never felt better! A few nights a week I have mixed in 3 drops of this radiance booster into my night cream, which turns it into a gradual tanner without the smell or stickiness and you wake up with a lovely, natural colour and glow to match the rest of your body. I feel confident without any make-up - and when I want to wear something, I just apply a brush of mineral powder all over the face to stop shine and add little coverage.
It is a small product (which was a shock at first, I thought it wouldn't last two minutes) but the drops are so small it barely goes down at all, so it is definitely worth the price! So for those of you who want a little natural colour to your face without a fake tan or make-up, pick up this up - you will not be disappointed, it is now a statement for my summer/holiday essentials!
Have you tried it, what are your thoughts? :)

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