The power of colours - and eyebrows
This video is a two-for-one. I'm showing you the transformational power of colour without using makeup, and without looking like an oatmeal granny.
I'm also showing you how to use simple, easy makeup to look even more radiant.
And, at the same time I'm testing out my newest Trinny London products.
I usually use the BFF De-Stress Serum foundation which is light, moisturising and very transparent. And it really is my Best Friend, second only to my knitting pal Karen who never fails to bring new insight into a knitting technique that we're discussing and Sigrid who can turn a simple walk into a lesson in philosophy and mindfulness, so the name is apt.
I lately purchased the Trinny London new, matte foundation called BFF Rebalance, and was excited to try it out. My verdict is that Rebalance is for you if your skin requires a foundation with more coverage, or if your skin is oily and you feel the BFF De-Stress is a little too glowy and moist.
For me, I think I'll use both. I'll stick to my good old friend Jemima De-Stress for my everyday use, and combine it with Molly Rebalance when I want a little more coverage and polished finish.
Jemima is who I'll bring to the library and Molly is whom I'll take to the Christmas party.
The other new product is Lash2Brow and since eyebrows are the single most important feature to enhance, I'm very excited to review this.
I might almost say that defined eyebrows are more important than lips & cheeks.
(don't tell anyone I said this).
And I really like Lash2Brow! I love the natural but superbly defined look that I'm able create by colouring the actual hairs of the eyebrows. So if you're lucky enough to have eyebrow hairs, this is THE product.
And I'm pleasantly surprised at the way the mascara does not smudge at all, even after a long day. Another important feature is that it comes off easily with just my regular cleanser.