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Saturday, 24 January 2015

Clarins Fix' Make-Up


Up and out from the crack of dawn?  Want your makeup to last all day?  Meet my secret weapon.  

This magical mist helps me get the most out of my makeup wear during the day.  It stops my makeup looking so melty when the clock chimes 3.   Less emergency top ups saves me both time and money.  

You'd think that a setting spray would dry out your skin but it was surprisingly hydrating.  
The formula, as it says on the bottle, is refreshing.   A couple of light sprays in circular motions is all that's needed.  Unlike some other brands, your skin isn't left feeling soaked either and it dries almost instantly.  

This is very similar to the Urban Decay setting sprays and works equally as well, though I find this  mist to be a lot lighter.

I originally bought this on impulse, I think Clarins had an offer on at the time to get a free gift  - I am a sucker for those so I chose it at random and certainly glad I did.  

The Clarins Fix' Make-Up spray costs £22 but when doing my research, I found that NVS Pharmacy online is currently selling it for £17.60 (link here), one loves a bargain! 

I definitely turn to Clarins for all my skin care needs.  

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9 comments

  1. I think I need this in my life, I definitely suffer the 3 o'clock melt!

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  2. Looks so refreshing
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  3. Looks like a great makeup fix.

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  4. Love your blog! Just followed you on GFC and Bloglovin, would you please follow me back? :)

    Michaella from http://quitealooker.blogspot.com/

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