|Since discovering this product, I cannot live without it.|
Before leaving for Paris today to stand in line for hours at the un-air conditioned American consulate to renew my passport, I squirted the last vestiges of my Baume Beauté Eclair out of its tube, applied it over my day cream and resolved to stop by the Clarins institute on my way home for a new tube.
|Clarins neutral pore and wrinkle filler. It works beautifully. Just remember to let it “set” before applying other products over it.|
I did, and while there also picked up a back-up pot of Lisse Minute which I believe I have mentioned is brilliant for filling in small wrinkles and pores. It sort of resembles a delicate, discreet mousse-like spackle. Then, the nice Clarins lady in her red striped marinière T-shirt uniform, threw in lots of product samples including one of the company’s newest offerings, Lisse Minute Autobronzant. It serves the same purpose as its neutral colored companion, that is to say it fills in wrinkles and pores, but it also slowly tans the face.
|The new self-tanning skin smoother.|
Directions indicate it should be used every day until the desired bronzage is achieved and after that every two to three days to maintain the color.
|Look! “Magique” is in the name of the product. How absolutely perfect.|
After that visit I moseyed over to Monoprix to look at Essie nail polish colors and ended up buying L’Oreal’s CC cream which I had previously tested in a sample. It comes out of the tube bluish and when applied to the face something magic happens and suddenly the skin is impeccable. The result is rather amazing.