Skin deep – No Makeup Skincare


I’m really impressed with this new range of makeup-meets-skincare, courtesy of Dr Perricone, better known for his scientific skincare range. The No Makeup Skincare collection fuses skincare and make-up and has been designed with his anti-ageing skincare technology at its heart. Made up of a foundation, bronzer, blush, mascara, concealer and lipstick, the collection of luxe goodies has been devised to address the loss of youthful colour which occurs with age due to loss of pigment.


The products have all been designed to give the skin a natural glow and a healthy flush as well as tapping into the latest beauty buzz-word: sculpting. The breakthrough formulations in the range give the appearance of youth and can also be built up to achieve a sculpted look.

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The No Concealer Concealer, £29, is a fab multi-tasker. It can be dotted under the eye to do away with dark circles – it sinks in like a dream – and it can also be used as an eye primer and blemish cover. It contains Vitamin C Ester to highlight the skin and fad away dark circles and areas. It has a creamy consistency and blends really nicely into the skin as well as giving great coverage.

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Another favourite is the No Mascara Mascara, £25. This is actually a two-in-one lash treatment and mascara. Laden with goodies which define and give thicker lashes, the mascara actually feels like it is doing good on the eyelashes (unlike some which just feel heavy and ‘claggy’). It also gives light colour, which can be built up as you wish, and feels silky and soft on the lashes. It’s making me glow.

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