It seems completely ironic that today’s video is about achieving a photoshopped-blurred complexion with me looking all barefaced and blemished when yesterday I posted about how my skin finally looked acne-free and clear. Irony, but perfect irony, because it shows how much I’ve come to appreciate and accept my skin over the years!

As my skin has become clearer or needed that extra TLC in finish, I’ve been loving the finish and longevity of products that produce a gorgeous blur to the complexion without looking too much on skin and keeping your base in place all day long. Korean brands are the best for formulas, and ever since I picked up Innisfree No-Sebum Blur Primer and Etude House Beauty Shot Face Blur Primer before Christmas I’ve not been able to start my makeup with anything else!

Sometimes you want that extra bit of coverage and substantial correcting to your skin on top, which is why I’ve been trialling the Kiko Skin Trainer CC Blur for a whole, and honestly, for full makeup days or filming it gives your complexion a flawless finish.

But don’t just take my word for it, watch the video below for a quick review and side-by-side comparison of how lovely the products work together for an effortless and easy IRL Instagram filter on your face!

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Lots of Love,
Lauren x

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