3 New Ways To Use The Brightening CC Serum
There is a reason why the Brightening CC Serum is one of our bestselling products: it's so versatile. It works as a skin brightening formula that uses white rose stem cells combined with an Optical Glow technology, mixing light-reflecting prisms, soft-focus micro-spheres and colour correcting pigments.
This multi-purpose product can be used in so many ways. Here, we talk you through our 3 new favourite ways to add the Brightening CC Serum in your daily beauty routine.
As A Colour Corrector
This radiance boosting primer works perfectly to create a more balanced complexion.
Use the shades N1 and N3 as a base before applying your makeup, and pat (don't rub, the friction can increase redness) a thin layer of the product on your face and neck.
Smooth over cleansed and moisturised skin before any foundation. You can choose to apply the serum with your hands or with a sponge, but be aware of brushes as they can leave the skin feeling even more irritated and red.
As A Liquid Contour
Contouring helps enhancing the angles on your face, where the sun naturally hits. A liquid bronzer is perfect to give skin a fresher look, especially if you have dry skin!
Give your skin a healthy and bronzed glow by using the shade N4 of the Brightening CC Serum to contour high points of your face. These include the hairline (to shorten the forehead), the sides of your nose, along the underside of the cheekbone and finally, under and slightly above the jawline.
For best results, contour with a damp beauty sponge. You can use a brush, but it might be more difficult to blend it in.
And finally, don't forget: the lighter the touch, the better. It should be a natural and healthy look.
As A Highlighter
According to make-up artists, liquid highlighters are the way forward. You might already rely on a powder highlighter to create a dewy look, but a liquid formula will give your face the most radiant finish.
The shade N1 is perfect to brighten your brow bone, inner eyes, bring out your cheekbones and the bridge of the nose.