Thursday, 16 January 2020

BECCA First Light Priming Filter


As autumn takes hold its time to change up both your skincare and makeup regime as your skin dictates a new set of needs and requirements.

Dull, dank and miserable days can reflect in your complexion so if you’re looking to inject some brightness and vitality back into your skin then now is the time to make friends with new products!




My new bestie is BECCA’s cult primer, their First Light Priming Filter (£28).

This lavender toned primer is perfect for achieving a soft focus, lit from within radiance that instantly banishes dullness and neutralises sallow tones.




Beautifully packaged within a heavy, luxurious feeling, frosted glass vessel, the lavender hue within radiates outwards while the cap features the brands logo.
 
Unlike many primers which can leave you feeling that you’re wearing it, this fluid is feather-light and silky in texture and blends into the skin seamlessly. Once on it doesn’t feel like you’re wearing it.




Its lavender hue disappears once applied to the skin and immediately works to brighten your complexion without making it appear to shimmer, shine or gleam un-naturally.

Enriched with spring water, hyaluronic acid, prickly pear flower and ginger it moisturises and energises your skin to create a plumping effect while translucent brightening microspheres brighten and blur imperfections.




Perfect for creating a healthy glow without make up or for making the perfect canvas for cosmetics application, it just gives your skin a head start. 

A boost of radiance and brightness to make you look and feel more awake and ready to face the day.




I love how soft and subtle this product is. Don’t get me wrong, I love a highlighter and illuminator, but sometimes the occasion calls for a more natural pick-me-up and for those times, this primer is excellent.

BECCA’s First Light Priming Filter is available now for £28 from Cult Beauty.
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