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Glass Skin: One of the many beauty trends to emerge from the ongoing K-beauty hype (that’s Korean beauty, in case you were wondering). That basically sums up that skin aesthetic that many of us crave: baby-soft, dewy, and crystal-clear.
Lots of products Claim to deliver the glass skin of your dreams, from hydrating facial mists to glowing face serums and blemish-blurring foundations, but what if you’re short on money, time and, frankly, need a quick fix approved by someone who paints the faces of some of the most famous women on the planet?
Hannah Martin is the royal family’s go-to makeup artist – rumored to have done makeup for Princess Eugenie’s wedding, as well as tutorials for Kate Middleton ahead of her big day (she chose to wear makeup for the occasion).
Hannah recently teamed up with Samsung KX (the London Coal Drops Yard Experience Space) to share her top spring / summer beauty trends, and reveal the product she uses to fake rolled eyebrows (Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Freeze, £ 24), and the most flattering way to wear pastels on the eyes (think faded watercolor), she dropped an absolute gem of a product recommendation to achieve instant glass skin with zero effort.
After applying a tinted moisturizer, gel bronzer and liquid blush, Hannah then applies a small amount of Dr. Paw Paw Original Balm no-frills multi-tasking, £ 6.95 along the most point. high of his cheekbones.
Advertised as a versatile soothing balm, it contains fermented PawPaw (the fruit of the Carica Papaya plant), which has natural healing qualities for chapped lips, sunburns, and other skin irritation. “Add a little bit of Dr. Paw Paw, or any other type of balm, right on the top of the cheeks to get that glow,” Hannah told Watchers.
So, has Hannah ever used that inexpensive balm on a royal’s face? We are still waiting for a comment from the palace …
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