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Dumb Beauty Flash question

(11 Posts)
albert Wed 16-Mar-05 12:02:48

Do I use this after I've put on my moisturiser or instead of it? See, I told it was a dumb Q!

NomDePlume Wed 16-Mar-05 12:04:15

I use it after moisturiser (let it sink in), before make up. No idea if that is 'right' though. If I use it instead of moisturiser then my skin goes too tight and feels uncomfortable.

snafu Wed 16-Mar-05 12:09:35

After moisturiser, before makeup - but you have to put the makeup on directly afterwards other wise the beauty flash stuff goes all blobby...

Freckle Wed 16-Mar-05 12:39:47

Dumber question - what is beauty flash? And what does it do?

Marina Wed 16-Mar-05 12:43:38

Freckle! It's a mini-facelift in a tube, courtesy of Clarins. Great stuff - just lightly apply after moisturiser as others have said, before your foundation, and hey presto - people will say all day, You look well, without it being obvious. Not for daily use I guess.
I'm making it sound slightly scary, I realised - it's very gentle product and very effective.

Freckle Wed 16-Mar-05 12:52:59

Thanks, will have to look it out. As long as it doesn't make me look like I'm grinning all day .....

Marina Wed 16-Mar-05 12:54:19

No, much gentler than that! It just brightens your complexion really. Well worth the money.

bundle Wed 16-Mar-05 12:55:37

marina i never noticed any difference with it,but enjoying my new definicils mascara

Marina Wed 16-Mar-05 12:56:20

Then you must look bright and beautiful all the time then bundle

bundle Wed 16-Mar-05 13:00:45

I wish! I was telling MI there was a bit of a stampede round the Lancome counter in Johnny Lou Lou's late on Saturday....

alicatsg Wed 16-Mar-05 13:08:13

have you tried the beauty flash for eyes? flipping marvellous for those morning after the nights before (by which I now mean the nights spent cotside rather than out on lash with unseemly sorts... but its probably very good for those repairs too)

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