Illuminating Pearls


Illuminate the face with these illuminating pearls. Accentuating and refreshing the complexion. Creates a shimmer and can be used as a highlighter to enhance the cheekbones, neck and décolleté.


Powder Power!

When powder is applied to the face on top of foundation, it mattifies the skin leaving a beautiful, flawless finish. Powder benefits different types of skin in different ways; reducing the appearance of fine lines, anti-shine for oily skin, illuminating, reducing imperfections and delivering moisture.

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Powder comes pressed or loose. Apply with a powder brush or pad using gentle, short strokes all over the face concentrating on the T-Zone. Blend carefully around the jaw and hairline for a seamless finish. It can also be used to add radiance to the décolleté.

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Choose the shade that closely matches skin tone.

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Bronze and Blush

A great way to keep the skin looking sun-kissed all year round and give a healthy glow is to use a bronzer and a blusher. A blusher is used to accentuate the cheekbones, while a bronzer can be used all over the face, neck and even shoulders.


They come in a variety of shades to suit each skin tone. Apply with a blusher brush. When using a bronzer, sweep over the face starting from the centre and working outwards and use the blusher to define the cheekbones.

Contour and Highlight

If we want that extra glow, emphasise facial features and sculpt the face, we need to add contouring and highlighting to our make-up routine. Our complexion will look sun-kissed and illuminated as well as accentuating bone structure and to slim down the face and nose.

For best results pick the correct colour to match skin tone. They come in a powder, cream or stick.

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Serums of Satisfaction

There are many serums on the market that can be used for the face or the hair. They treat target areas that need a quick fix or boost.

Serums for the face include reducing fine lines and wrinkles, hydrating and plumping, minimising pores and boosting radiance, firming, lifting and improving elasticity, smoothing and perfecting, clearing spots, brightening and refining texture and tone.

Serums for the hair include frizz control, gloss and moisture, split ends, nourishing, protecting and improving texture.

Serums should be used once a week, daily or when needed, depending on the serum.


Primer Perfection

Using a primer before applying foundation makes an enormous difference to the final result. A primer perfects and illuminates the skin for a youthful-looking appearance.

A primer can be worn on its own to smooth the surface of the skin as well as under foundation. It will minimise pores, absorb excess oil and keep make-up in place, even in humid conditions. The skin tone will appear smoother and will have a healthy glow.





Corrective Concealer

A little essential to our make-up routine that makes our skin extra flawless is the concealer. It hides dark circles and blemishes as well as soothing and nourishing. It conceals fine lines to refresh and illuminate, so our skin is left looking at its best.

Using a concealer to match our skin type gives the best results. Oily skin requires an antibacterial oil to prevent breakouts and for a more youthful look a concealer that has anti-ageing properties.

They come in a stick, cream, pen and powder. It must be applied under foundation for ease of blending to get the best results, and we need to choose a concealer that matches our skin tone.


Mask the Skin with Care

To reveal our skins true radiance, we need to use a mask once a week or whenever needed.

Masks work in many ways. When used regularly, they clear, purify and reduce breakouts for oily skin. Refresh and hydrate dull and tired skin. Sooth and nourish unbalanced skin. Draw out dirt and oil from blackhead prone skin. Help dry skin feel soft and supple. Hydrate and invigorate combination skin and keep our skin healthy overall.

A mask should be applied after exfoliating for best results. Once all the dead skin cells have been removed, it can then get to work treating the skin with what it needs.

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Masks come in a clay, cream, gel, cloth or peel and contain a wide range of ingredients such as cucumber, aloe vera, shea butter, peppermint and vitamin C. They can be applied with clean fingertips or a spatula, and rinsed off with lukewarm water.