Wednesday, 11 September 2013

New Clinique's Colour Correcting Superprimers Arrive in Ireland

Clinique's newest launch to the primer market is a six strong collection of oil free, lightweight formulations that concentrate on five particular skin colour correction concerns. With the sixth being a Universal Face Primer to suit all skin tones.  The Clinique Superprimer collection has just hit Irish counters and might just be worth a look. 

The Clinique Universal Face Primer is designed to suit all skin tones and give a naturally perfected appearance to skin. 

Yellow tubed Superprimer is designed to combat redness in the skin, ideal for those of us that suffer with rosacea. 

                               The peach tube is the answer for those with 
                               discolouration or pigmentation issues and is the 
                               one I'll be picking up. 

The purple/mauve tube is for those of us that want to correct sallowness in our skin tone. 

If you're a deeper skinned lady but want to correct dullness and bring luminosity back to your face then the tan tube is the one for you. 

Finally, for those with a lighter skin tone, the pink tube is designed to correct dullness and bring light back to your skin before make up application. 

The Clinique SuperPrimer collection hit Irish counters this week for a RRP of €27 but you can get it on the Debenhams site at a reduced launch price of €24.30 for a limited time. 


All the little things - Irish Beauty Blog said...

Ooh these look great, think i'd go for the last one! xxx

Unknown said...

Same, very intrigued by the last option x

Briamagee said...

I wonder which one would work best for oily skin type?

Icaria said...

The yellow is on my list! I have a little redness on my cheeks and this just might be the answer!

Unknown said...

Interesting love the idea of these!
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