Seriously Underrated Products for a Seriously Good Glow

If you didn't already know I love a good glow, you must be new here, Welcome. I have a few products that give a seriously good glow that are so under rated! Well, I've not seen too many people in the blogging community talk about them. Maybe I'm reading the wrong blogs. But anyway here are some products that give a good glow.

MAC Prep and Prime Essential Oils Stick | £21.50 | REVIEW

Oil primers have been a real game changer for me. I have dehydrated skin so an oil gives my skin an intense hit of hydration. This offering from MAC comes in a stick form. The stick itself is firm but it somehow leaves some oil on my face! It's way easier than using a regular oil. It leaves my skin so smooth and hydrated all day. Makeup applies effortlessly over the top and looks flawless. This also helps most matte products work for me. If you have oily skin you probably won't like this but if you have dry or dehydrated skin this is amazing.

Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Light Foundation | £32 | REVIEW

This foundation is amazing and so under rated! It has a light blend-able formula that leaves skin with such a gorgeous, lit from within glow. That isn't too over the top you look sweaty come lunch time. For a foundation of this type it actually offers a pretty decent, medium coverage and staying power. It doesn't cling to any dry patches nor does it feel uncomfortable on the skin. I love everything even the packaging. It comes with a nozzle that makes it super easy to apply. I think with a good mattifying primer oily skins would like this too.

Iconic Illuminating Drops* | £32.99 | REVIEW

I see this all over Instagram but I haven't actually seen them review properly. Which is strange because these are brilliant! They're essentially a super pigmented liquid that gives skin an intense glow. They can be used as a primer, mixed with foundation or as a highlighter. I really like mixing them with foundation with a dewy finish. I also really enjoy using them as a highlighter. Despite these being super pigmented they look so natural and blend seamlessly with the skin, leaving a really nice sheen. See this post for swatches.

L'Oreal Sculpt Blusher | £7.99 | REVIEW

These blushes are criminally under rated! They're easily on par with MAC in terms of formula. The shade Nude Beige in particular is a beautiful warm Bronze colour with a hint of Pink. It has 3 shades that can be used individually to create a sculpted look or all together for a natural flush of colour. The latter is how I like to use it. It does have a subtle sheen to it but nothing that looks over the top or like a highlighter, just a healthy glow to the cheeks. The formula is pigmented but not in way that it's difficult to work with. And it lasts all day on me. There's nothing not to love.

3INA Highlighter* | £10.95

I think 3INA is a relatively new brand but one that's worth checking out! I've been loving everything I've tried so far but this highlighter is so under rated and really doesn't get talked about enough. The shade 201 is a gorgeous Gold, Champagne colour that looks really nice on the face. It gives a natural glow to the cheeks that isn't over the top at all. It doesn't contain any glitter and it doesn't exagerate any problem areas. For just over £10 this is also brilliant value for money.

There are 5 underrated products that give a good glow.

Have you tried any of these? What are your favourite underrated products?

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