No-Makeup Makeup Look: 2 Products, 5 Minutes

Cop the no-makeup make up look in less than 5 minutes using only 2 products: Happy Skin’s InstaBeauty Blur Cream and Lip & Cheek Mousse!

Before reading further, I recommend you first read this post for an intro to Happy Skin.

Product 1: InstaBeauty Blur Cream

Happy Skin - IBBC

InstaBeauty Blur Cream (IBBC) is a primer foundation. This says it all. You can use it as a primer, or you can use it on its own for a light, natural-looking tint that “corrects and blurs away skin imperfections”. I love the matte finish and the powdery clean feel it leaves my skin. I use it in the morning and it stays on the whole day! When it’s very hot though, I just damp my nose with a little powder because I get sweaty there during hot days and when I eat hot food. ? You can also use a dot of IBBC to retouch sweaty areas.

IBBC has anti-aging ingredients, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E! So your skin won’t just be nice and smooth, it will be well taken care of the whole day too!

IBBC only comes in one shade, but conveniently suits a wide range of skin tones.

Product 2: Lip & Cheek Mousse

Happy Skin - Lip & Cheek Mousse (Warm & Toasty)

I’ve always been afraid of using lip and cheek tints. The first (and last) time I tried one, I had to wash my face all over because the tint dried up so fast on my cheek before I could spread it!!! This was until I got hold of Happy Skin’s Lip & Cheek Mousse.

I love how easy it is to spread on the cheeks, and how I can control how much “blushy” I want to be for the day (it stays on the whole day!). I also love the velvety feel and the “my lips but better” look it gives.

Just like the InstaBeauty Blur Cream (and other Happy Skin products), the Lip & Cheek Mousse enhances your beauty and at the same time cares for you. It has anti-aging ingredients, SPF 15, shea butter, and collagen. All these keeps your lips and cheeks hydrated and rejuvinated even during a hot summer day.

The Lip & Cheek Mousse comes in different shades.

Hope you get to try these two wonder workers. Let me know how it goes. ?

LLH - Pam Generic

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