Niod Photography fluid from Deciem.
I have to admit to having a tiny bit of a love affair with Deciem products, so was eager to try out Niod Photography fluid I am going to write this assuming you are not a beauty expert, and like me had never heard of such a thing, most of us are users of a bit of moisturiser and some foundation !
skincare has moved forward by leaps and bounds and I do admit it's pretty hard to keep up, especially when you don't even understand what a product means let alone how to use it. If you know all this forgive me, this post is written assuming blurring liquids are new to you.
If you have read my other blogs, you will have read my review on Deciem Hylamide, I used this product first on cleansed skin, let it settle then applied the Niod Fluid, now what this fluid does is something quite magical it blurs and diffuses any imperfections on your skin, I applied the white liquid and must admit a little concerned as to how this white fluid would help, it seemed quite patchy..........however........once it dried and I applied foundation, dah dahhhh brilliant ! it left the most perfect base, and actually diffused my wrinkles, ok lets be nice and say fine lines, but trust me at 58 they aint too fine :)
I am actually pretty disappointed I have no where special to go today, as my skin looks pretty damn good :)
As it says on the label it is photography fluid so is designed specifically for making your skin look fantabulous in photo's and as we are not really the selfie generation, it's nice to know that when you do have photo occasions you can look your absolute best for the camera.
£20.00 30ml glass dropper bottle.
The lovely thing about Deciem as a company is that they bring you the absolute top of the range skincare at seriously affordable prices, I would go so far as to say they are bargain prices considering the quality.
I wouldn't use this on a daily basis, but would most certainly use it for going out, that said you may get so used to looking fab it could become addictive.
Love N Hugz