Illamasqua Matte Veil

If you are a regular Red Lip Reader you’ll know I recently fell head over heels in love. Right now, I am one smitten kitten.
The object of my desire? Illamasqua Skin Base Foundation.

But now there is even more reason to get excited- as Illamasqua reveal their latest product, Matte Veil Primer.

Following the huge launch of Hydra Veil last May, Matte Veil is undoubtedly going to follow in its predecessors successful footsteps. Designed for people like myself, who suffer from oily-combination skin types, Matte Veil ensures your base stays flawless and shine free all day long.

Featuring hero ingredient Butyelene Gycol, this little beauty dissolves excess oil production, whilst its partner in crime Sodium Hyaluronate, keeps the skin feeling balanced resulting in a matte, yet glowingly healthy finish. 

After trying Matte Veil today, alongside Skin Base Foundation and Skin Base Lift Concealer, I can confirm it does just that! Plus you need the most minuscule amount, so a little goes a long long way!

Suffer from a drier skin type? Don’t worry, help is at hand in the form of the original life saver, Hydra Veil. This lightweight gel packed with anti-oxidant marine algae, instantly re-hydrates skin and reduces the appearance of redness. A light application of Hydra Veil helps foundation from ‘catching’ in drier areas, or the dreaded creasing around the nose and under eyes. It even helps keep skin youthful, with  Collagen fibres to help stimulate the production of elastin fibers to make the skin firmer and smooth.

Matte Veil is launched on May 8th and Hydra Veil is available now.
Im sure you’ll be joining me on adding these beauties to your make up bag, because what’s not to love?! 

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