I’ve been eyeing this up for a few weeks now, I tried it in the store and thought my eyes were deceiving me with the results (it was one of those moments) so I left it and went away to ponder. Then when I returned this week I noticed that ALL Marks and Spencer Make up was on HALF PRICE OFFER. So what should have cost me £9 for this little tube of love, cost me £4.50. I couldn’t say no.
In the tube we have a really thick creamy substance which actually could probably be described as more of a paste than anything. It’s a light pink tone and doesn’t really smell of anything at all….The paste has an ever so slight shimmer effect, nothing too noticeable, but there. It’s very easy to blend and smooths on the skin with little effort.
Can you see the difference? CAN YOU? After the waste of time that was Nanoblur I’d given up on ways to disguise my wrinkle, but you can actually SEE the difference, the above picture is unedited by the way (well apart from cropping and adding the writing, before you start!). And the wrinkle, I assure you, is bigger/deeper in real life…. It really is a little miracle! It can be used really well as a base for make up and is really effective as a primer, I will say though that even though it is effective on my forehead it doesn’t bode as well under the eyes, I have a few fine wrinkles from 10 years of contact lens wear (pulling the bottom lid down twice on a daily basis), it doesn’t make much of a difference directly under the eye but to the edges it does make a slight improvement. I think for £4.50 or £9 it’s worth the money both as a wrinkle disguiser and as a primer, and that’s a very rare thing for me to say! The results are temporary mind you, and when the make up is removed the little wrinkle returns. Maybe I should give him a name?
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