Thursday, 18 November 2010

Eyeko Cream With Extra Glow

Every so often comes along a product that you simply want to rave and shout from the rooftops about how great it is and this is one of those ..



Described as a moisturiser, highlighter and eye cream in one, this product has made it onto my must have list. 

The outer packaging is cute and distinctive. The actual tub is pink and girlie but I would personally prefer a tube or something similar that I could put in my handbag if necessary.

It is a pink silvery colour cream, which has no real scent. I find it to be of a very soft creamy texture that blends in amazingly well, I apply it with my fingertips. It does dry quite quickly but once it is there it is long lasting.




This is a fabulous highlighter, I put it on my cheek bones and it gives an amazing sheen and brightness that I have become hooked on! I feel just stunning and radiant when I turn and the light catches it.
You can apply it wherever you would like a lovely sheen - brow and cheek bones, collarbone, even your shins.

I must admit I haven't used it as a moisturiser as I think it would be quite shiny (I have normal/combination) but I would imagine it could be used mixed with your foundation if you feel your skin is looking a little dull. I also haven't tried it as an eye cream.

This is an absolute steal at £8 for 28ml when compared to similar products on the market and I urge you to get this... suitable for all skin tones.

Eyeko Cream With Extra Glow is available to purchase from www.eyeko.com and don't forget to use my ambassador code ;-)

6 comments:

  1. I've heard mixed reviews about this - I think it's a 'love it or hate it' product. I used it back in the day and it was ok, so I'd be interested to have a go with this now!

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  2. I like this review about it. Keep up the good work! Following!

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  3. LBQ - I put on Benefit's version and actually preferred this one ...

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  4. Is this the equivalent of Clarins' Instant Light Complexion Perfector? If so, how does it compare?

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  5. Personally I don't think this is an equivalent,Eyeko's product is more like a highlighter like Benefit's high beam.

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