Her World Beauty Club members tell CARINA KOH it takes anything from the perfect foundation to a favourite serum.
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Dior Diorskin Nude Air Serum Foundation, $88. “All I need are a few drops of this lightweight foundation.” – Fionn Tyx, 22, student
DrGL Cleanser Lightening, $88. “I have sensitive, acneprone skin, and spot treatments tend to leave my skin red and blotchy. This cleanser not only lightens post-acne pigmentation, but also calms my skin so makeup can go on smoothly.” – Joyce Chee, 25, TCM physician
Skin Inc Get Glowin’ Customblended Serum Set, $148. “My dark eye circles looked less pronounced after I used a custom blend of the Vitamin A, Chlorella and Hyaluronic Acid Serums. My complexion looked more even-toned after two weeks’ use.” – Moon Shary, 39, finance manager
Estee Lauder Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator, $100.
“My skin looks brighter after just one application. The serum also lightens dark spots with continued use.” – Tan Pei Shi Priscilla, 28, senior officer
We sent the latest primers to our Beauty Club members and here, their glowing reviews.
Smashbox Photo Finish Color Correcting Foundation Primer in Blend, $68.
“The primer has a bright apricot hue that looked intimidating, but it blended easily on application and looked very natural against my skin tone. A thin layer is all I needed to conceal my blemishes and pores. I tried this product over a long weekend and it helped my makeup last through outdoor activities too.” – Goh Tze Wei, 25, executive
Lancome La Base Pro Color Corrector SPF9/PA++ in #01 Lavande, $68.
“I like that this lightweight primer helps my makeup glide on easily without leaving a streaky finish. Also, it didn’t feel sticky and my complexion didn’t look as greasy as it usually does, even after a whole day in the sun. Although it didn’t conceal my blemishes completely, my skin looked smoother and more luminous.” – Danielle Hon, 28, civil servant