You can read about the reasons why I think that they are so brilliant on last weeks blog which you can find here.
This week I thought I would share with you a couple of other products that I really rate and which I use personally as a Makeup Artist in Oxfordshire alongside the Japanfusion range.
The first is their Ultralight SPF. I know I’m not the only one who hates the feeling of suncream on their skin. Although SPF has come along way, it’s still really tacky and horrible as far as I’m concerned! However, it is a necessary evil and I’m delighted to report that this SPF from beauty pie is a joy to wear. Formulated specifically for the face, it doesn’t really feel any different from my usual moisturiser. On top of this, it also acts as a hydrating moisturiser and primer.
I’m not quite ready to give up my actual primer just yet, but this Incredibly light SPF is absolutely brilliant under make up. I have not yet had an opportunity to test it for flashback (some sun creams can cause the wearer to appear very white when flash photography is used). I am quite hopeful that it will work well. This would be a massive bonus for summer brides who want to enjoy the sunshine on their wedding day without the risk of sunburn. I am hoping it will be a welcome addition to my Makeup Artist in Oxfordshire pro kit.
Super Active Capsules (Ceramides)
The second product that I wanted to share today is their super active capsules (ceramides). These amazing little pink capsules which you break open (yes like those weird things we had in the 90s!) contain a super moisturising gel perfectly proportioned for your face. I am currently using these on my super dry hands thanks to all hand washing we are currently doing! There are different capsules for different skin types and problems. I particularly like the ceramides one, especially through the winter when I spend a lot of time outside walking the dog. These capsules help support your skin’s natural ceramide production. This helps your skin to retain all the lovely moisturisers that you put on it.
Double Phase Cleanser
The last product that I wanted to share today is the double phase cleanser. I like to use this product on days when I’m in a rush and want to cleanse my face in the in the shower (often before bookings as a Makeup Artist in Oxfordshire). The formulation is a bit thicker than the Japanfusion cleanser so it is easier to use in the shower. As you’d expect for a Beauty Pie Cleanser it is very gentle and moisturising. It’s also really good at removing any stubborn make up that’s lingered from the previous day.
HERE IS THE REFERRAL CODE!
If you fancy trying some of the Japanfusion range or other Beauty Pie products, you can add the code MAXINE_WILSON at checkout for an extra £50 spending budget for both of us. This is not a sponsored post – I just really like the range and thought you might too!