There’s a lot of hype surrounding Jemma Kidd at the moment, and I’ve been contemplating buying a few things from the range recently.
I’ve heard good things about the Radiance Creme, and we all know I love highlighters so I was truly excited (yes, don’t question it) to slap this on this morning. Radiance Creme is an all-over, multipurpose cream-based product with moisturising ingredients such as lanolin and jojoba oil to blend easily in to the skin without looking caked.
I generally don’t use cream based products as I find I get on a lot better with products that are powders, but I got out my Real Techniques Stipling brush and applied my Radiance Creme to my cheeks. I was really impressed with how naturally it went on, as it was over my foundation. It gave my cheeks a glowing, flawless finish. The colour is lovely, a lovely light silvery gold which compliments any skintone.
The lasting power is great, I applied this this morning and it hasn’t budged. I can tell I’ll be getting a fair amount of usage from this product – especially on cheek bones and I may see how it works under foundation also.
I shall start by saying cream blushers aren’t my favourite, but this colour is gorgeous and I really couldn’t resist giving this a go with the Radiance Creme. Pawpaw is a soft, orangey coral with the lightest formula. I applied this with my RT Stipling brush also, and it went on so well. It gives such a smooth finish with just the right amount of product on my cheeks.
Considering how easily this applies and how lovely it looks on me, I think this will quickly become my go to blusher. It’s so easy to work and impossible to get wrong.
I’ll definitely be making a few more Jemma Kidd purchases in the near future, with the Light as Air foundation being top of my list. What do you think of the range?