Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update

    Today’s post is my Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update post, and I know it’s long due!Ā Things are slowing down a little here on Beauty Nerd By Night, and it will be for a couple more weeks šŸ™ I will try to get at least one or two posts up a week but I’m just swamped with assignments and also my finals are quickly approaching. After my finals, I have a much-needed three month break where my schedule will go back to new posts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

    Anyway, if you haven’t read my Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 post, it’s basically a post where I picked 5 products from my makeup collection that I haven’t used in some time. In my post, I tell you guys if I used to like the product or not. In this update, we’re going to seeĀ how they work for me and if I still have the same thoughts on them. For my update posts, I also put all the products on my face so you can see how it looks like on!

    Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update

    So just a quick recap – I picked out 5 products, and 4 of them used to be my favourites at the time I got them, but they eventually got swapped out with newer makeup bits. I picked out theĀ Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Airbrush Foundation,Ā theĀ Etude House Lovely Cookie Blush in Rose Sugar Macaron,Ā theĀ Benefit Girl Meets Pearl Highlighter,Ā theĀ MUA Eyeshadow Trio in Innocence,Ā and lastly, theĀ NYX Butter Glosses.

    Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Airbrush FoundationWeekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update

    Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Airbrush Foundation ($36)

    This used to be in my every day makeup drawer, and for good reason! I mentioned that this was one of the best foundations for oily/combination skin, and I still stand by that. This is a powder foundation that is lightweight and not cakey. The coverage is light to medium, depending on what you use to apply it. This has a matte finish and makes the skin look super smooth and airbrushed. Even though it doesn’t completely cover up blemishes, it gives the entire face a nice, soft, smooth look. Does that make sense? Haha. Trying it after so long, I like it. But I don’t love it. But that’s only because I like more of a glowy finish nowadays. This is really great for those days where I don’t want to wear any foundation, but still want my face to look good.

    Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | MUA Trio in InnocenceWeekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update

    MUA Eyeshadow Trio in Innocence

    The next product in my weekly makeup drawer is the MUA Trio in Innocence, which I actually got from my UK/Asian beauty swap. This trio has a shimmery highlight shade, a muted bronze shade with a little bit of a green undertone, and a gorgeous copper with a blue reflect. In my eyeshadow look above, I only used the copper-blue shade all over my eyelids and the highlight shade in the inner corners. The eyeshadows are buttery, very pigmented and is easily blendable. However, I feel like it’s nothing special. Like the colours are very easily “dupe-able” except that copper blue shade. These need a primer underneath, or they will fade super easily, but I always use a primer any way. With that said, I still think it’s a great little trio for its affordable price tag though!

    Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | Etude House Lovely Cookie Blusher in Rose Sugar MacaronWeekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | Benefit Girl Meets Pearl HighlighterWeekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update

    Etude House Lovely Cookie Blusher in Rose Sugar Macaron ($6)

    Me and this blusher is the epitome of a love-hate relationship. Is that even how you use the word “epitome”? I’ve always wanted to use it, so whatever HAHA. When I first got this, I absolutely hated it because it was super sheer and SO glittery. However, after using it a couple of times, I realised that the glitter was an overspray. After the top layer of glitter is all gone, the blush is a gorgeous berry with subtle gold shimmer. It gives a gorgeous glow to the skin, and lasts a long time on the face. The product itself isn’t that pigmented though, but is easily buildable. I love using this when my skin is looking a little bit dull. This gives a pretty pop of pink while adding a gorgeous golden sheen to the face.

    Benefit Girl Meets Pearl ($30)

    YASSSSSSSS. Okay, usually when I see someone write “YASSSSS”, I’m just like… nope. I’m the worst. But now I finally understand. I get it. “YESSSSS” just doesn’t cut it when you discover something super exciting. This highlighter was probably my favourite product in my entire makeup collection back then. And it was also the only highlighter I owned. As my highlighter collection grew, I just sort of forgot about this *insert GASP emoji here*. I’m so happy I tried it out again because now I’ve been using it for two weeks straight. It’s such a beautiful highlighter that gives a gorgeous golden sheen to the skin. It’s lightweight, super blendable, and so stunning! If you haven’t tried this, I highly recommend giving it a go!

    Weekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | NYX Butter GlossWeekly Makeup Drawer #1 Update | NYX Butter Gloss

    NYX Butter Gloss ($3.99)

    I used to love super glossy lips, and these were one of my favourite lip glosses ever. Thanks to Kylie Jenner (was it Kylie? Dark mauve lips, big lips, matte lips? Was it all Kylie?), matte lips are all the rage right now. And I’m a proud matte-lip lover as well. Matte lips just last so much longer and looks more “natural”. I gave these a go to uni one day, and it was quite a struggle. It was a very windy day, and wind + hair + lip gloss = not a very good combination. It wasn’t super sticky though, but you can definitely feel it on the lips, especially when you purse your lips together. The actual formula though, is amazing. It feels very lightweight, it’s very pigmented and lasts a good few hours on the lips. If you love lip glosses, I would highly recommend these. They’re so affordable too! The colour I’m wearing in the swatch above is Peach Cobbler, which is a gorgeous orange-leaning coral colour. They’re just not for me now, because I’m all about that matte lip.

    So that was my update for my Weekly Makeup Drawer #1! These are supposed to be a weekly thing, but like I said, uni is killing me right now. After these crazy weeks are over, these will definitely be a weekly thing. Promise! I think it’s an amazing way to rediscover amazing makeup gems that might have been buried under your ever-growing makeup collection. Let me know if you guys do this as well, and let me know in the comments what’s in your weekly makeup drawer this week! šŸ™‚

    Thanks for reading, xoxo


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    Tips to Study Effectively For Your Exams

    I don’t know about you, but this is the time where my stress (and caffeine) levels are at an all-time-high. Because of assignments. And reports. And of course, finals. So today I thought I’d share some tips to study effectively for your exams. These tips have really helped me the past year, and hopefully they’ll help you out too!

    No kidding, IĀ was probably the biggest procrastinator that you would have ever met. I’m not going to lie, I still procrastinate a little. I know you do, too! That’s totally okay, as long as we have a clear idea of what weĀ canĀ procrastinate and what weĀ absolutely cannot, right?Ā One of thoseĀ absolutely cannots is to study for your exams. I used to think it was okay and that cramming a few days before was fine. Well, it wasĀ until I made the slightly regrettable decision of majoring in an engineering course. No, I’m kidding. It’s all rainbows and butterflies. Ha-ha. So with my procrastination on an all-time-high, I failed a paper in my first semester. That was it, you guys. That smacked me real hard right in the face and motivated me to study, study, study. I’m glad to report that I did extremely well (proud!) for my second semester because of these super easy tips to study effectively.

    Tips to Study Effectively for Your Exams

    Know the Type of Student You Are

    One of the most importantĀ tips to study effectively is to know the type of student you are. Sounds weird, right? But I promise you, this makes a world of difference! Are you the type of student who writes down and absorbs everything the lecturer says? Or are you the type of student that absolutely cannot focus in lectures?Ā Oops, guilty.Ā I didn’t know this when I was in my first semester and I just scribbled down everything the lecturer said, while my head was literally walking into a Sephora store and swatching everything. I finally realised that what I was writing down was a bunch of useless stuff because I was writing down every. single. thing. I also realised that I study way better by myself. So now I just go into lectures and keep my ears open. Then after the class, I read through the notes and write down only the important bits, in my own words and how I understand it.

    Choose Your Study Area Wisely

    Most universities have a designated quiet study area. This study area was made for me (not literally haha). I absolutely cannot focus on anything when there’s people talking around me. You might prefer a much casual setting, perhaps a cafe? Remember, it’s all about what works for you!

    Tips to Study Effectively for Your Exams

    Are Distractions Really All That Bad?

    Music. We all love music. But many of my friends study in pin-drop silence. I personally can’t or I’d be too bored, haha! So I usually put in my earphones, and turn on an acoustic playlist on Spotify. In a quiet study area, with soft music in my ears, that’s where I’m in my own zone. That’s where I can effectively study and absorb. I’m going to be saying absorb a lot, for lack of a better term. And then there’s your phone. I know that just looking at your phone makes you want to scroll through Instagram or text a few friends. To me, that isn’t such a bad thing. I take a break when I feel like my brain is fully saturated. That’s the only time I use my phone in a study sesh though. If you’re too distracted by your phone and need to check it every two minutes, turn it off.

    Know What the Subject You’re Studying ForĀ Is All About

    This was one of the main things I was doing wrong in my first semester. Know what your subject is all about, is it more theoretically-based? Are there many things that you have to remember word for word? Or is your subject like mine, where it’s mostly based on calculations? If it’s theoretical, your lecture notes are your best bet. But if it’s all calculations, focus on doing a ton of examples and tutorial questions.

    Sample Papers!

    Sample papers, or past year papers are your best friend. They show you exactly what type of questions to expect in your finals. I also find that doing a ton of past year papers actually help because sometimes, there might be a repeat question in your actual paper!

    Give Yourself Enough Time..Ā and Divide Accordingly

    The most important tip to study effectively is of course, give yourself enough time. Look through your unit scope, your notes and think. I start studying a month and a half before my finals (which is a lot, considering one semester is only 12 weeks). If you’re doing a very heavy subject, start earlier so you can put all your focus into it before starting an easier subject. Dividing your time is so important! I do three weeks of theory and notes, where I actually read through notes and examples to make sure I understand. Then the remaining five to six weeks is spent on tutorial questions, examples and past year papers.

    Those are a few tips to study effectively, and I hope it was helpful! There’s no set rule because everyone studies differently, so it’s really about what works for you. Ask yourself what type of student you are, find out what your subject requires, and give yourself enough time. Stop procrastinating, and lets aim for that 4.0 šŸ™‚

    Thanks for reading, xoxo



    Fall Nail Polish Picks | 2016

    Happy Monday, guys! Sorry for taking a week off, but it was a very unproductive week haha. Anyway, it’s officially Fall now! Even though Malaysian weather isĀ pretty much summer all year long, but Fall does bring in more rain and of course, new trends!Ā Fall time means darker colours, sweaters and PSLs, but sadly, sweaters in 30 degree Celsius weather is a not a very good idea haha, and PSLs aren’t available here in Malaysia šŸ™

    Today I’m showing you guys my fall nail polish picks for 2016! Ā These are the types of colours that I’ll be rocking through out fall, unless I get new nail polishes, of course haha. I did a fall nail polish picks post in 2014 as well, and it’s pretty cool to see how much my taste in nail polish shades have changed.Ā Lets check out my fall nail polish picks and hopefully you find a new nail polish to try for the fall!

    Fall Nail Polish Picks | 2016 Fall Nail Polish Picks | 2016

    You could see in my 2014 fall nail polish picks post that I was more into the rich, jewel-tones. Fast forward two years and I’m more into deep, dusty colours. I have a mix of drugstore and high end nail polishes to show you guys. Most of these shades are cremes, with a few shimmers thrown in!

    Fall Nail Polish Picks | 2016

    Trust Fund Beauty Champagne Socialite ($15)

    Trust Fund Beauty is a vegan and cruelty-free brand that sells lipsticks and nail polishes, all formulated in the USA or EU. Champagne Socialite is a gorgeous rose-gold shade that’s gorgeous all year round! This is a shimmery formula and it sparkles beautifully under light. The formula of this is on the more watery side, which makes it very easy to apply. It is a little bit sheer because of the formula, but two coats is enough for full opacity. I think this is one of those shades that everyone should own – it’s classy and elegant, perfect for a dinner party, an event, etc.

    Etude House Berry Delicious Souffle Nail in #8 ($2.45)

    #8 is a gorgeous deep red with a subtle shimmer running through it. The Berry Delicious Souffle Nail range is scented, and smells just like berries! The formula of this is amazing and this could pass for a one-coater. However, in my swatch, I used two coats for maximum opacity.

    Etude House Forest Aurora Nails in #376 and #381 ($2.50)

    The whole Forest Aurora range is perfect for fall, but I only picked these two up. #376 is a gorgeous dark purple that has fuchsia reflects and #381 is dusty purple mauve with teal reflects. Again, the formula of these are amazing! Etude House Nail polishes are so affordable and their formula is always on point!

    OPI In the Cable Car Pool Lane ($7.91)

    This rich burgundy shade has been my go-to fall shade for three years. That’s why the swatch looks horrible – it’s become so gloopy that I need to pick up a new bottle. I love the formula of this. It’s so pigmented and definitely a one-coater as well. OPI nail polishes have an amazing brush that is slightly wider that makes it super easy to apply the polish.

    Essence the Gel Nail Polish in #20 Beautiful Lies ($1.99)

    A deep lilac is a must for me during fall!Ā It’s a good balance between a fall and summer shade – it’s deep enough but still has a fun pop of colour. The Essence the Gel Nail Polishes are so extremely affordable, but have amazing formulas. They’re very creamy, mostly one-coaters, and gives a beautiful gel glossy look.

    Elianto Serenity

    This one is a Malaysian brand so it’s not accessible if you’re outside of Asia. But basically, I like to pick out one bright colour for fall. A bright manicure is what you need for those gloomy days out some times! Elianto Serenity is a gorgeous periwinkle creme polish. The formula is a little bit sheer, but 2 coats gives it full opacity.

    Fall Nail Polish Picks | 2016

    So those were my fall nail polish picks for 2016! Hopefully you found a new polish to try! I’m always on the hunt for more nail polishes (#hoardersunite). So if you have any recommendations, let me know in the comments!

    Thanks for reading, xoxo



    My Current Skincare Routine For Combination Skin

    TGIF, beauty nerds! This week was crazy hectic at uni, and I’m so glad it’s finally the weekend. Anyway, today’s post is going to be on my current skincare routine. I test and review so many skincare products that I don’t usually stick to one fixed skincare routine. But once in a while, I stumble across a routine that works so well with my skin. This skincare routine I’m showing you today is one that I’ve stuck to for two months now, which is a long time for me! This skincare routine has just been doing amazing things for my skin. So if you have combination, or acne-prone skin like I do, and you’re looking for some new skincare products to try, here’s a few ideas! šŸ™‚

    I’ve included my entire skincare routine – from makeup removing to moisturisers to my favourite acne treatment. I didn’t put any face masks in here because I recently did a whole post dedicated to my favourite face masks!Skincare Routine for Combination SkinSkincare Routine for Combination Skin | Makeup Remover

    Makeup Removers:

    Bioderma Make-up Removing Micelle SolutionĀ ($16.90) &Ā Biore Cleansing OilĀ ($14.20)

    If you’re like me and have oily skin, you know how hard it is to find a great makeup remover. Cleansing oils or oil-based removers break me out, and anything other than that can’t remove my waterproof mascara. Waterproof mascara is a must because normal formulas will just run down my face and give me panda eyes. You feel me, combo-oily gals? The solution I found to that is to use an oil-based remover on my eyes, and a gentle cleansing water on my face. I use the Biore Cleansing Oil for my eyes, which removes my waterproof mascara in seconds. I love it because it doesn’t irritate my eyes. Some makeup removers sting and blur out my vision if it gets in my eyes. For my entire face, I use the Bioderma Make-up Removing Micelle Solution. This is the most gentle, yet effective makeup cleansing water that I’ve tried, but the Purevivi Cleansing Water ($13.70) comes in pretty close!

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Foam Cleanser

    Foam Cleanser:

    Belif Creamy Cleansing Foam MoistĀ ($26)

    Moist. I don’t really like that word. I know many people feel the same way, but does anyone actually know why? Haha! I would actually like to know what I have against the word moist…and dig. Hmm. Anyway, it’s so important to double cleanse your face at night to remove all traces of makeup and dirt. The cleansing water is my first step, then I use this Belif Creamy Cleansing Foam Moist as my second step. Most foam cleansers dry out the skin, but this Belif one doesn’t cause that. It smells very aromatherapeutic, as with all Belif products, and makes my skin feel soft and clean. This has been a staple in my skincare routine for some time now. I think this is a sample size, but I have a few of these in my collection.

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Toner


    Morning: Mamonde First Energy EssenceĀ ($22.70)Ā & Night: L’Oreal Hydra Fresh Genius Water

    Toners are a must for oily skin because they not only help remove left-over dirt that your cleanser didn’t get, but they also balance the oil on your skin as well. I used to skip this step because I felt like it was a little bit redundant, but I noticed a huge difference in my skin after adding a toner into my skincare routine. In the morning, I use the Mamonde First Energy Essence that I recently featured in my August Favourites. This stuff is amazing in the morning, it feels so refreshing and it gives my skin a boost of hydration after a whole night under the AC. As for the night time, I like using something extra hydrating for my face. I use the L’Oreal Hydra Fresh Genius Water, which actually has some sort of oil in it, making the toner an emulsion. I was a little bit sceptical in the beginning, thinking it might break me out, but they absorb into the skin so quickly and doesn’t leave a greasy feeling on the skin.

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Essence


    Hwajin Cosmetics Yeblang Special A Star Essence (Morning)

    I only use an essence in the morning. I know that’s weird because our skin repairs during the night and an essence would be really good at night. But I just haven’t found an essence that I really love. In the morning, I use the Hwajin Cosmetics Yeblang Special A Star Essence because it contains astaxanthin. I have a review on this product where I explain a little bit more.Ā AstaxanthinĀ is one of the most powerful antioxidants, itĀ protect the skin from UV damage, and has anti-aging properties. I use it as a primer too because it is a little bit tacky which actually gives my makeup something to stick on so it lasts longer.

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Eye Cream

    Eye Cream:

    Clinelle CaviarGold Firming Eye Serum

    Some eye creams actually give me milia, which are little white bumps on the skin that are caused by blocked pores. If I use something too oily or rich, it gives me milia. But if I don’t use an eye cream, the skin under my eyes get really dry and makeup doesn’t go on well. I found my solution when I tried out the Clinelle CaviarGold Firming Eye Serum, it’s supposed to help firm the undereyes (which I really need too!). But after using this, I don’t notice any dry skin under my eyes anymore. I have a full review of this, along with the other products in the Clinelle CaviarGold range, if you’re interested!

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Moisturiser


    Morning: Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Fresh Water GelĀ ($48) & Night: Laneige Water Bank Gel Cream ($41)

    As a combo-oily gal, I have to use a moisturiser that isn’t too oily or rich, yet provide adequate hydration to my face. In the morning, I use the Cremorlab Fresh Water Gel which is very lightweight and absorbs into the skin easily. I just posted a review of this in my previous post, so check that out if you haven’t :). This doesn’t feel greasy on the face, and makeup doesn’t just slide off (which can happen with greasier moisturisers) my face. During the night time, I grab for my Laneige Water Bank Gel Cream. This has a gel-texture but is a little bit more heavy on the skin, that’s why I don’t use it in the morning. At night though, this is amazing to help hydrate my skin and also protect it from the AC when I sleep. It’s still very lightweight compared to a full-on cream moisturiser, and doesn’t break me out.

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Sleeping Mask

    Sleeping Mask:

    L’Oreal Hydra Fresh Genius Water-Bursting Mask

    This L’Oreal Hydra Fresh Genius Water-Bursting Mask can be used as a moisturiser, mask or a sleeping mask. The texture of this when you first apply this to the skin is a gel cream, similar to the Laneige Gel Cream above. But as you work it into the skin, it turns into water droplets that absorb into the skin. I don’t really consider this as a mask just because everything absorbs into the skin and it doesn’t leave a “mask layer” on your skin.Ā This is great forĀ when my skin is feeling a little dry and dull. I apply this before bed, and wake up the next morning with smooth, bright, moisturised skin.

    Skincare Routine for Combination Skin | Acne Treatment

    Acne Treatment:

    Miacare Acne Patch for Night ($19.90)

    Move over, drying creams and lotions! I’ve looked everywhere for a great product that removes those pesky.. forgive me for saying this but,Ā pulsatingĀ zits. I’ve tried the Mario Badescu one, the Face Shop ones, but they don’t work all that well for me. Then, I found this super affordable (they are so expensive online though? I’ll try to find a website that sells it for way cheaper) product in the drugstore and got really intrigued. This one I have is the night one, but they also have a day time patch. Basically, you stick one of these self-adhering “patches” on the pimple you want to remove, and then you go to bed! The next day you wake up, all the disgusting things that were once in your pulsating zit, will be absorbed into the patch (which you will have to remove). I don’t know how it works, but it has never failed me. Not even once. Seriously guys, you need one of these in your stash, even if you don’t have problems with acne. You know how sometimes you get those occasional pimples? This is your best friend!

    That’s my current skincare routine for you guys! It’s simple, quick and effective for combination, acne-prone skin! Basically for combination or oily skin, you want to find something that is not too creamy. Opt for the gel consistency products. If you guys would like to see my favourite face masks, remember to check out that post! šŸ™‚ I would also love if you could leave a comment telling me your current favourite skincare product!

    Thanks for reading, xoxo



    Cremorlab T.E.N Mineral Essence Treatment & Fresh Water Gel

    Happy hump day, beauty nerds! Today’s post is a review on the Cremorlab Mineral Essence Treatment and their Fresh Water Gel. Cremorlab is one of the more well-known Korean skincare brands, and for good reason. All Cremorlab products are formulated without parabens, alcohol, fragrances or artificial colours. Their best-selling range is the T.E.N (Thermal water therapy, Eco-energy, and Natural nourishment) Cremor range, which has the T.E.N thermal water as a main ingredient that helps to hydrate and nourish the skin.

    These were so hard to photograph because of the colour, but I hope you’re still able to see it! šŸ™‚

    Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Mineral Treatment Essence & Fresh Water Gel

    Benefits of the Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor range:

    1. Concentrated hydration

    2. Supplies nutrients to the skin

    3. Improves elasticity of the skin

    4. Balances skin moisture and oil

    5. Protects skin

    Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Mineral Treatment Essence

    Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Mineral Treatment Essence

    This is their best-selling product. Every time there is a post on Cremorlab, you can bet this product is featured. This Mineral Treatment Essence can be used as a toner, with benefits of an essence. This one is supposed to help hydrate, brighten and smooth the skin. There isn’t any particular scent to this, it literally smells like water.. which is nothing lol. The directions say to put a generous amount on a cotton pad, swipe it on the skin, flip the cotton pad over and pat the essence into the skin.


    I use this every night after washing my face. It wipes away any last traces of makeup, and refreshes my skin after a long day. This does an amazing job at hydrating. After a long day, my skin is dull and dehydrated. This product is like a huge gulp of water for my skin. Because my skin is moisturised, it results in brighter skin due to the lack of dull, flaky dry skin. Not only that, it has improved the texture of my skin and makeup goes on much smoother.

    Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Fresh Water Gel Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Fresh Water Gel

    Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Fresh Water Gel


    This is my favourite product of the two! The Cremorlab Fresh Water Gel is a lightweight, gel-consistency moisturiser that’s perfect for oily-combination skin. It’s light enough that it won’t break you out, but rich enough to provide adequate moisture. However, I don’t think this would be hydrating enough for you dry skin gals out there. So if your skin is super dry and you live in a dry climate, I’d skip out on this and check out their other range, like the Enriched Moisture Moisturiser.


    My skin is like an oiled frying pan though, because this stuff works amazing on me! If I use a moisturiser that’s too thick in the morning, my oiled frying pan of a face turns into a non-stick one where makeup just slides right off. I’ve been searching high and low for one that will hydrate my face and keep those pesky flaky skin away, yet doesn’t make my makeup slide off but I haven’t been able to find one.. until this. I apply this every morning and let it soak into my skin for about 2 minutes, and then apply my makeup. It makes makeup so easy to apply and go on so smooth! I don’t use this at night because I feel like it’s not be thick enough to protect my skin from the AC.

    Oily skin is usually caused by the inner layers of your skin being dehydrated, therefore, using something that provides enough hydration is the key to less oily skin. I highly recommend the Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor Fresh Water Gel if you have oily skin, but the Mineral Treatment Essence is good for all skin types. If you’re in need of a good hydrating and brightening essence, and a day-time moisturiser that isn’t too heavy on the face, definitely check these Cremorlab T.E.N Cremor products out!

    Thanks for reading, xoxo