It’s summer and we are keeping it as light weight as possible! Chanel has us superbly covered with Les Beiges Water-Fresh Tint . You all know by now my obsession with natural looking skin so when Maria suggested we try this product, I didn’t think twice. Les Beiges Water-Fresh Tint is a very sheer clear gel base with tiny pigment droplets inside. The magic of this product is the moment you buff it to the skin, the droplets burst and along with a quenching sensation for the skin they also give it a ‘barely-there’ glow. It is a lightweight hydrating gel that feels fresh like skincare but the great thing about is that it isn’t sticky like most gels are. It manages to make the skin look naturally beautiful and it is the kind of product you need when you’re building a more bare-faced look (my kinda look)!
Les Beiges Water-Fresh Tint is exactly what it says…a tint. So if you are looking for a product that gives you full coverage then this is not the product for you. You can however use a concealer to cover up any problematic areas but make sure it is blended well so as not to stand out. For a full glam look you will most definitely need something less sheer. Les Beiges Water-Fresh Tint also has a blurring effect to minimize the appearance of pores on the skin. Finish is sheer and very glowy much like a glowy moisturizer and I super like it since it doesn’t cover up my freckles but instead my skin looks healthier.
The packaging comes with a pump dispenser and brush and I feel using the brush distributes and blends the product much better. I usually pump some of it onto the back of hand and then blend it slowly before applying it on my face. This helps transform the gel into the sheer tint it’s meant to be and then I slowly apply onto my face. Sometimes it may appear streaky but don’t worry, because the more you blend it the better the finish. Cost wise it is a little pricey but it is definitely worth its money!
A truly versatile product, LES BEIGES EAU DE TEINT may be used all over the face or on specific areas, either on its own, under or over foundation.
‘Till next week…