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Meet the newest creation from global beauty entrepreneur, Huda Kattan: GLOWISH. This collection is right up my street as I love makeup-skincare hybrids. I have all the details and my thoughts for you here, please keep on reading.
GloWish MultiDew Skin Tint | £32
This formula is a far cry from the full-coverage formulas the Huda Beauty brand is famous for! The new launch is all about making you feel confident in your own, natural skin.
- Moisturising formula
- Perfect level of pearl to blur & brighten
- 13 super stretchable shades
- 92.6% naturally derived ingredients
- Waterproof & transfer proof
- Fragrance free & non-comedogenic
- Packed full of skin-loving ingredients like Red Bell Pepper extract, Damascus Rose Oil and Squalane
- The packaging is made from PCR (post-consumer recycled) materials, and the cartons are FSC Certified paper and 100% recyclable
The tint has a thick and creamy consistency. The texture is effortlessly spreadable either by fingers or brush (I use Huda Beauty GloWish Airbrush Finish Brush). The coverage is sheer to light, however the tint does a fabulous job to even and blur my skin imperfections. I’m obsessed with the glow and radiance it offers. I’m pleasantly surprised how long-wearing the tint is. On one of the testing days, I didn’t set it with powder and it still looked pretty good post 6 hour mark on my combo skin, something I definitely didn’t expect from a glowing tint. In addition, it feels weightless and super comfortable on.
GloWish MultiDew Skin Tint can be used in many ways, depending on how you seek the glow. You can use it on its own for that lovely dewy, luminous finish. If you have dry skin, you would love the glow! The tint doesn’t set completely and remains slight tacky. For my combo skin, I tend to set the tint with some loose powder. On my long days, I would strategically apply the tint on the high points and the outer perimeter of my face then apply foundation in the middle part of my face so that I’m dewy and glowing in all the right places. Alternatively, I would mix the tint with my matte foundation for coverage and radiance or apply on the high points of my face over my foundation as a natural highlighter.
Out of the two shades I was sent, Fair Light works really well for me. Shade Fair is perfect as a subtle highlighter on my skin tone.
GloWish Soft Radiance Bronzing Powder | £27
I must admit I was lusting over the bronzer because of its mesmerising duo-tone marble swirl design! See it in action on my Instagram post below.
As with the Multidew Skin Tint, the Bronzing Powder is also powered with skin-loving ingredients.
- 5 shades for all skin tones
- Lasts up to 12 hours
- Buildable & gives a blurring effect
- Infused with Shea Butter, Vitamin E, Squalene, Red Bell Pepper extract and Damascus Rose Oil
- Lightweight, non-powdery formula
- Buildable and blendable
Just as satisfying as it looks, the texture is smooth and creamy. It’s blendable and melds into the skin seamlessly. Despite the marbling pattern, the finish is mostly matte but not flat. I think this would pair well with GloWish MultiDew Skin Tint as the tint is already glowy. The powder is tightly packed and there’s hardly any powder kick-up. I find the finish weightless and long-wearing. I also love the non-powdery formula and the fab colour payoff. It’s super easy to add warmth and dimensions with the bronzer. I’ve applied the bronzer as my eyeshadow and it works well too.
Above is a swatch of Huda Beauty GloWish Soft Radiance Bronzing Powder in 01 Light. I definitely could go up a shade darker for a more intense finish.
Huda Beauty GloWish Collection is now available at Selfridges, Cult Beauty, Harrods and Feel Unique.
Much love always,