So doing my food shop in Tesco, I decided to pick up a few beauty bits and here is what I purchased….
–Garnier Moisture Match Moisturise in ‘Light softening cream’–
–Clearasil Ulta Pads–
–Clean & Clear Facial Wash–
— Maybelline Eyestudio 24Hr Tattoo in ‘Vintage Plum’ —
–Revlon Colour Stay foundation in ‘Sand Beige’–
–Maybelline The Colossal Mascara in ‘Black’–
–Hair Care & Body–
–Aussie 3 Minute Mircale Frizz Remedy–
–Batiste Dry Shampoo in ‘Blush’–
–Dove Dry Oil Shampoo–
–Nivea Body wash in ‘Happy Time’ & ‘Creme Care’–
Photo curtesy of younique by arnetrice
Yesterday I posted about the miracles of sweet almond oil and the wonders it has done for my skin. The oil is fantastic but on the days where I want to go that extra mile or my skin needs to be refreshed I reach for my B6 spray by Urban Decay. I first saw this product used by Sona Gasparian on Teni Panosian whilst doing a bridal make up look. It looked fantastic and I instantly knew I needed to get my hands on it. I rushed over to my nearest Urban Decay counter which happened to be in Debenhams and paid the quite steep £22 to make that baby mine!
On the bottle the directions read that you should apply the product before even moisturiser, but in Sona’s video you see her apply if after foundation and concealer. She uses it to fuse the products together and melt them into Teni’s skin. The results of which looked flawless… the very thing that got me hooked. I’ve experimented with using the spray both ways and using it twice. The mist is super fine and sometimes I feel like I have to spray it quite alot in order to cover my face effectively but it does have an instant improvement factor. I have found that this product is best used with the HD forever foundation and a damp beauty blender, but if you don’t have either it will still improve the look of your foundation. Dont worry, you can use this product both in the summer and winter with the same results.
If my skin is looking a little dull then I’ll spray this before moisturiser to give it a head start. The spray claims to reduce redness, absorb oil and decrease pore size. If they’re the results you’re after than definitely spray it before applying your make up, however if you’re looking to enhance your glow and really make your foundation look flawless, do it after. Of course, if you’re like me and want both then spray it before and after. This spray is also good if your skin is looking a little cakey or patchy through dryness then a few sprits of this will mend that straight away.
I wouldn’t go as far as saying its a miracle product like the almond oil, however it does make a difference. I am sure there are better sprays out there so I will be on the look out for them and I’ll keep you updated. However, for now I am happy to keep using this spray until it finishes. Will I repurchase, I am not sure. Its £22, which for me is quite pricey and is a product I think I could live without.
- Can be used to blend foundation and concealer creating a more natural, flawless look.
- Reduces redness
- Minimises pores
- Prevents oil production
- Spray form – easy to use
- Compact Bottle
- Quite a lot of product – has lasted me a long time
- Refreshes Skin – can be used half way through the day.
- Initially quite expensive
- Such a fine mist, do have to spray a lot!
- Not keen on the smell (however this doesn’t linger)
Overall the product is worth the money, it just seems expensive at first. I give this product 8/10.
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