Here are the 5 must-have products tested in the last period, of which I can no longer do without! Let's find out together!
Like every month here we are to let you discover my five favorite products, I have tested them for you and now I'm ready to make you mini reviews!
In March in the TOP 5 we find two serums, a blush (or rather a type), a hair product and a concealer! Are you ready to find out what they are?
BEONME HAIR OIL – moisturizing, nourishing, anti-frizz oil
Beonme hair oil at first glance seems really little, even if the price is very low. Don't be fooled and if you do, try it! It takes very little and is easy to dose thanks to the spray bottle, so there is no risk of wasting or applying too much. It is a rather liquid and not pasty oil, a mixture of olive oil and organic jojoba oil to nourish and moisturize the hair, with extraordinary emollient capacities. These two active ingredients also act as a natural sun filter to protect our hair, so it will be a perfect ally for this summer! It is also enriched with antioxidant and elasticizing Vitamin E which helps to polish the hair, sunflower oil and coconut oil. It is a very versatile oil, in fact you can use it as a pre-shampoo compress on slightly wet hair, leaving it in place for at least half an hour, as a pre-drying oil, to soften, eliminate frizz and protect the hair from hair dryer and plate. to mix also with other styling products, or as a leave-in after the fold, just a goccina to avoid weighing them down.
MULAC COSMETICS DORIAN CONCEALER – covering smoothing concealer
If you are looking for a highly covering concealer that does not over-trace the eye area, the Dorian Concealer by Mulac Cosmetics is definitely for you. It is available in 6 color variants, I use the lightest, Sublime but, if like me you have a very pronounced eye, I correct it first with a more orange color, like Masquerade. It dries quickly and settles, so compared to other correctors it doesn't go into the folds or, if you had the eye area very marked, it still goes much less than others. It is suitable for all types of eye contour and has a smoothing action, but if you have it very dry I recommend applying a moisturizing cream underneath, so that the product flows more easily. I apply it with a small buffing brush or with a dry blender and dark circles remain covered all day!
THE ORDINARY HYALURONIC ACID 2% + B5 – moisturizing serum
I had been looking for a serum that gave hydration to my mixed skin but without weighing it down and overloading it with products, to prevent pimples from escaping. Almost by chance I found myself trying this serum from The Ordinary, the Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 because I had ordered it together with other products and I was immediately amazed by the almost sticky texture, which is quickly absorbed and leaves the skin fresh and soft. In the long run the dry areas of the skin are really rebalanced because the hyaluronic acid with three different molecular weights, low medium and high, also penetrates into the deep layers of the skin to release an intense and lasting hydration. Furthermore the formula is completely free of oil so it is a perfect serum even for those oily skins that need hydration but they often find themselves having to use products that are too heavy for their skin type. The serum is also enriched with vitamin B5, which instantly improves superficial hydration and helps to leave the skin smooth and plumped up, ready to receive face cream or makeup.
ILLAMASQUA CREAM BLUSHER – cream blush
I recently rediscovered cream blushes, a truly undervalued product that few people know and use. I myself almost always use powder textures for convenience and practicality, but I have to say that the effect, although the powder is very fine, is still perceptible. The blush cream instead give a really natural appearance to the complexion, because they blend perfectly and blend with the skin and foundation. In my kit I have a Cream Blusher by Illamasqua that, also thanks to the master with Alex Box, I picked up and used with pleasure, spreading it with both fingers and a brush with a fairly large fiber duo. It is an excellent choice for dry skin, because the powders emphasize the areas with the skins, but also the mixed and oily skins can use it, provided that it is worked well and fixed with a powder and a spray setting. I recommend taking a small amount of product and warming it on your hand, so the blush won't apply to stains and will be easier to blend. I'm sure you'll have one unused somewhere, and if it's not prehistoric, try reusing it and let me know!
TONY MOLY VITAL VITA 12 SINERGY SERUM – illuminating serum
If in the evening I use hyaluronic acid, in the morning for a burst of energy and illuminate the skin, making it radiant and soft, I apply the Vital Vita 12 Singery Serum by Tony Moly. It is a moisturizing and illuminating serum, which makes the skin firmer and more compact thanks to the presence of 12% of a complex of 12 vitamins: A, B1, B3, B5, B6, B8, B12, C, E, F and H. This multivitamin complex is a valuable aid to prevent but also to combat and reduce wrinkles and expression lines, discoloration and skin blemishes and thanks to the extract of propolis, ceramide, proteins of vegetable origin, amino acids and squalane, they are a real boost of vitality for the skin. It absorbs quickly and is not sticky, the touch on the skin is velvety and it is possible to apply the cream or makeup immediately afterwards, without having to wait for it to dry. It has a slight citrus smell (which wakes me up in the morning), but if you don't like fragrances it fades when applied to the face.