Five must-have summer bases

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Oxygenetix Foundation

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AS women tend to wear less make up in the summer, it’s important to find a base that allows your skin to breathe.
This is a problem as many foundations are affected by the heat, are not waterproof and clog pores.
However for some women going ‘bare-faced’ is not an option and they still want flawless coverage in the summer time.
Recently I discovered a unique foundation named Oxygenetix, which is not only sweat-proof and water-resistant, it also allows the skin to breathe during the summer.
Unlike most bases I’ve used which claim to do the same thing, it also provides flawless coverage and lasts the entire day without suffocating your skin.
The prime ingredient in the product is pro-healing, patent-pending Ceravitae, a super charged oxygen complex that promotes collagen cell production and connective tissue growth in ageing and wounded skin.
This is perfect for holidays, festival weekends or those days when you want to give your skin a break from makeup.
Available at www.oxygenetix.com



Clarins HydraQuench Tinted Moisturiser, £30

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I’VE rarely been a fan of tinted moisturisers, particularly because I struggle to find one to suit my skin.
But with summer finally here, I’ve started looking for something with a bit more lightweight coverage.
This HydraQuench Tinted Moisturiser by Clarins is perfect for those who suffer from dry or dull-looking skin.
As well as boosting hydration, it also delivers a double-radiance boosting action, leaving the skin with a gorgeous glow.
It doesn’t offer a lot of coverage but is great for those who want a really natural base with an added boose.
After applying this I noticed it minimised the look of imperfections and made my skin look really healthy.
Another bonus is that it contains SPF15, protecting you from harmful rays and giving a youthful complexion.



Clinique Moisture Surge CC Cream Compact SPF 25, £30.00

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COLOUR correctors were mostly unheard of up until last year when ‘CC’ became the new ‘BB.’
And this moisture Surge CC Cream Compact Hydrating Colour Corrector from Clinique is a multi-functional formula with a refreshingly lightweight texture.
This glides on effortlessly, leaving skin soft, smooth and fresh. The CC cream provides moderate coverage for a naturally radiant finish during the summer.
Great for problematic skin types as the formula is oil-free and non-acnegenic.



No7 Brilliantly Bare Beauty Enhancer, £12.50

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A TRANSLUCENT skin perfector can help women achieve the appearance of naturally flawless skin, without foundation.
The No7 Brilliantly Bare Beauty Enhancer minimises the appearance of pores and fine lines whilst boosting the skin’s radiance through a range of optical blurrers.
This has no colour and blends seamlessly to take away skin surface imperfections; leaving your skin looking clear and smooth.
It also works if you’re looking for an alternative to foundation or sometimes just fancy a softer, lighter.
No7 Advisor Geraldine Freer provides tips to inspire women to make the most of their natural beauty.
For best results with the No7 Brilliantly Bare Beauty Enhancer, use it after cleansing and moisturising.
Its velvety texture means it applies like a dream so just use your fingertips and focus on the centre of the face first and blend outward.

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