Dull, lifeless skin? You need Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum

(A review from my former blog, Make Up It Girl)

Today’s review is about a product which has recently entered my ‘hero’ range. I have been using Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum (HMS) since December when my tan had finally faded and my skin was back to it’s original olive-yellow tone. My lifeless skin needed some va va voom, I read about Healthy Mix Serum in all the mags when it first launched. I then saw it at the Clothes Show Live but the Bourjois stand was soooooo busy I didn’t get a chance to match my colour.

Finally, I got my hands on some and I LOVE it! It’s a light gel foundation infused with vitamins from lychee, goji berries and pomegranate.
Here is a picture of the skin on my hands without HMS.
Lifeless, dull…veiny

Here is a picture of my skin with HMS, just look at the difference.

Luminous, even skin tone
HMS has a semi-matt finish and is really easy to blend, I have applied this without a mirror when I’ve been in a rush for work, it has been my skin-saver during the miserable winter months when my skin is at it’s dullest peak. However, I will continue to wear this all year round. At the moment, I am wearing number 55, an olive-beige. Obviously, when I have a tan, I will need to go maybe a shade or two darker.
Bourjois HMS is officially one of my hero products.
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3 thoughts on “Dull, lifeless skin? You need Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum

  1. I keep pondering on this, but the foundation version. But having tried liquid foundations again recently I just can’t get on with it, so I’m back to loose mineral foundation. I must say though, I’ve heard nothing but good things on this range!

  2. @smokeyeyesmua, I really like Bourjois make up, such good quality for an affordable price.

    @jayne, this is really light, so I reckon you can mix it with your mineral for added coverage. It’s definitely worth trying, it’s my cheap version of Chantecaille tinted moisturiser.x

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