This make-up is actually good for your skin

And who better is there to give us make-up that doubles as skincare than GlamGlow? We’ll wait...
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This make-up is actually good for your skin

Two things we think everyone has accepted: our collective obsession with Instagram, and Instagram’s collective obsession with all things GlamGlow. Let’s be honest - we’ve all seen at least a couple of hundred renditions of the metallic-silver-facemask-selfie, or just Ansel Elgort’s glitter selfie reposted another couple of hundred times. But hey, we’re not complaining.

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In fact, we’re pretty excited at the prospect that our obsession has reason to grow, and it’s all thanks to GlamGlow’s first-ever make-up product, Glam Powder. And it’s a – wait for it – highlighter palette, because how else would GlamGlow be expected to enter the beauty world?

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Packaged in fluorescent pink are three stunning shades that “diffuse light, blur imperfections, smooth skin, and enhance your complexion.” Oh, and the little added bonus that they’re actually good for your skin.

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The key ingredients include Brazilian golden clay and hyaluronic acid, which is science-speak for skincare miracle-workers. Both ingredients feature in a number of GlamGlow’s iconic facemasks, and are bound to bring us the wonder of un-angry skin after those casual 16-hour make-up days.

It’s about time we got a GlamGlow product that we can actually wear out (unless you’re brave enough to wear a holographic glitter facemask to pop to Spinney's).

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