Thursday, 15 September 2016

The Estee Edit Radiance activator and Beam Team

If you are clinging onto the remnants of summer and are dreading the Autumn/Winter sucking the life out of your skin like some sort of season hoover then you need to check these two out.

The radiance activator is a treat, prep and glow illuminator in a golden/pearl finish. It's basically a 3-1 cream serum, which can be applied under your moisturiser, mixed in with your foundation or buffed over the high points of the face to highlight.
 It smells divine and gives the skin such a beautifully natural gleam. It's not sparkly but it is infused with a micro fine golden and pink sheen to lift a dull skin and radiate health. It will give you an enviable boost to your skin and whenever I have worn this someone has commented on my skin rather than my makeup.

 It contains prism illuminators to give a multi dimensional finish, vitamin E, pink peony to soothe and act as an anti-inflammatory, sea lavender, which is a powerful antioxidant and helps to repair UV damage, and a good old dose of hyaluronic acid to attract moisture to the skin.

The Beam Team Bronze is a hydrate and glow product. A liquid bronzer which blends out to a totally naturally sun kissed finish. The balmy texture doesn’t make your skin feel greasy or look unnaturally golden. It works in a similar way to the radiance activator but would also work on a deeper skin tone to highlight. It also has a secret block of slightly deeper golden cream bronzer in the lid. You can build the intensity of the shine by dabbing this over the high points of the face.
This liquid works well on bare skin to give a subtle golden hue or looks phenomenal mixed with your regular foundation to jazz up the last of your summer skin.

The Radiance activator is £38.00 and the Beam Team Bronze is £34.00. Both are sadly exclusive to Selfridges but you can’t go wrong with these two so it’s a safe one to order blind online. Check them out here.

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