In Transit Camera Close-up is a very versatile product as it can be used as a mask, moisturiser and primer. I use it mainly for the latter two reasons as it’s incredibly moisturising and subtlety bounces light of the face so imperfections (uneven skin texture in my case) are blurred and skin appears smoother. To test this I looked in four mirrors around my house in natural daylight, trying to see imperfections and it was only in the most harshly lit mirror that I could actually see any!
My skin combination skin was actually paper dry when I first applied this but then stayed moisturised and balanced throughout the day.
This Works products are free from –
- Synthetic Colours
- Synthetic Fragrance
- Mineral Oils
- Propylene Glycol
I deliberately applied my foundation with my fingers and it glided on without me needing to use as much and looked perfect for around eight hours, with one minimal touch up after that.
Sea Punk has gained almost as much popularity as Cyber Punk and Steam Punk and in much shorter space of time. I love how fun, expressive and er, shiny it is! I think it’s more suited to tweens, teens, people in their 20’s or the kind of people that have an eternally endearing childlike kind of sweetness about them. If I went with it completely, I’d look like The Little Mermaid’s insane older sister. I’d like to incorporate a couple of Sea Punk inspired garments into to my wardrobe though so I thought I’d better start slow with this nail polish first.
Beautiful colour which reminds me of when the setting suns rays hit the waves in the sea. I took two pictures in different lights to show you the iridescent effect clearly.
I applied two thin coats. It lasted for 3 days before I noticed the first tiny chip on one nail and then it took another 2 days until I needed to totally remove it. That’s longer than any other polish I’ve used that isn’t a professional gel type.