HUDA Beauty have launched a new Glow Coco Hydrating Mist this summer, and it’s the next thing you need in your beauty regime.
Glow Coco is a multitasking mist that looks to give you a summer glow all year long so you’ll want to snap one up soon.
It’s a multi-tasking skin saver from Huda Beauty that primes, sets and refreshes your skin all in one.
- Glow Coco Hydrating Mist, £30, Cult Beauty – buy here
The milky spray is infused with coconut water, coconut milk, and a hint of coconut oil to instantly hydrate, soothe your skin without greasy or heavy.
The super fine mist envelopes the skin in a refreshing cloud that instantly gives your skin an effortless, dewy low that locks your make up in place all day long.
It’ll set you £30 and is available from Cult Beauty and Hudabeauty.com, but if you needed another reason to snap it up, there’s currently 20 per cent off on Huda Beauty and Wishful at Cult Beauty.
The discount will automatically be applied at checkout, but you’ll need to be quick as the discount is only available for a limited time.
Speaking about Glow Coco Hydrating Mist “I’m obsessed with facial mists so I thought I’d design one that is packed with ingredients that not only primes the skin before you start your beauty routine, but fixes your makeup when you’re done and revitalizes your skin throughout the day.”
Huda recommends using it as a primer; to prime your skin before make up, as the last step in your make up routine as a fixing spray, or to freshen up during the day for an instant soothing effect.
Top Glow Coco Tips and Tricks
- Hold the bottle about 6 inches away from your face when spraying.
- Spray Glow Coco onto your body for a pick-me-up.
- You can store your Glow Coco in the fridge for extra fresh.
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