It’s no secret that I adore all of Charlotte Tilbury’s products and much to my excitement just in time for summer she’s launched her first-ever unisex product, Unisex Healthy Glow, and of course… I had to get my hands on it!
After trying it out for about a week now, I thought I’d share with you all my thoughts, and whether it’s worth the £35 that it costs.
Firstly, let me start by saying that when I ordered this it also came with FIVE samples, which I was really impressed by as I love trying out new products, and always think that samples make up for the expensive price tag! (I used the Goddess Skin Mask sample and I’m already in love.)
Moving on to the actual product: this summer tint hydrator couldn’t be easier to use. It comes out of the tube as a white liquid and can be blended into your skin either with your fingers, a brush or a beauty blender; it’s completely up to you!
When I first tested the product on the back of my hand I was so disappointed as the product turned bright orange, which you’ll see on the swatch. However, when applied to my face it just gave me a flawless, sun-kissed glow without being orange-toned at all, and I found that it really brought my tired skin to life! This particular hydrating tint is not only a unisex product, but is also specifically formulated to create an effortlessly fresh, healthy glow for any age and any skin tone – perfect!
For a ‘perfect’ everyday summer makeup look, I simply apply this product with a brush, add a little concealer under my eyes, apply my go-to cream bronzer and highlight, and finally layer on some mascara. Then, I’m good to go!
I think this product will be especially beautiful in winter too, as the formula contains moisture regulating ingredients and natural tan pigments for healthy, glowing skin, which is what we all need in the colder winter months!
Overall, I really like using this product and if you’re into the whole bronzed ‘flawless’ skin look then you’re going to want to add this product into your everyday makeup routine!
Have you tried this product? If so, let me know your thoughts in the comments below or on Twitter- @Emstagramr.