The Too Faced Hangover skincare range is a cult classic and one you associate with Too Faced straight away. The coconut infused range has grown so much and it now has a plethora of products under it’s belt. I’ve been testing out the Hangover Good In Bed Serum, the Hangover Good To Go Moisturiser SPF25 and the Hangover Replenishing Face Primer to see how they perform.
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I thought I’d start this review by explaining my skin type: my t-zone is super oily so I suffer with oil production on my chin and forehead, whilst my cheeks and nose can get quite dry. I can be quote prone to acne and spots, mainly around my chin and forehead.
Too Faced Hangover Good In Bed Serum
This is a replenishing serum containing nourishing ingredients like vitamin B5, yogurt probiotics, hyaluronic acid, and antioxidant-rich exotic dragon fruit, that work to improve skin texture and moisture levels instantly for a “lit-from-within” glow. It has tiny glitter particles in that are so tiny you can’t feel them on the skin but it contributes to making your skin look super glowy. This is a lovely serum – it smells delightful and it’s really lightweight and dries quickly without leaving the skin feeling sticky. However, I didn’t think it made a huge difference to the hydration levels of my skin and I was left with spots in places I don’t usually get them and I can only assume it was down to this as when I stopped used it, the spots subsided. I imagine that due to my skin type, this just doesn’t suit my skin. I think if you have dry skin that doesn’t get spotty easily, you will enjoy using this. This is quite pricey at £29 and you can get it here* and here*.
Too Faced Hangover Good To Go Moisturiser SPF25
This is a hydrating, lightweight moisturizer with broad spectrum SPF 25, to protect against UVA & UVB rays, to give skin a healthy glow. It is a very lightweight formula that feels more like a lotion than a moisturiser but it isn’t runny. It applies really nicely and it genuinely leaves the skin looking glowy and healthy, without being greasy or shiny, and the formula dries down almost immediately. For someone with oily skin, I really like the finish this gives as this is the first “glowy” moisturiser I’ve tried that doesn’t make me look greasy, which is rare for me! I love that it contains SPF as it’s a multi-tasker and it really leaves the skin looking nice and healthy with no makeup on so it’s perfect for no makeup days. I would recommend this for all skin types, especially if your skin is quite dull. It’s the perfect Spring skincare as it contains SPF, leaves your skin glowy without makeup and makes your skin smell like holiday! This is a decent £27 which is good for a high end moisturiser. I will definitely be repurchasing once this is finished! Get it here* and here.*
Too Faced Hangover Replenishing Face Primer
The iconic Hangover Face Primer is now in super size! It’s infused with coconut water (so it smells like holiday), probiotic-based ingredients, and skin revivers that work together to boost skin’s radiance, promote elasticity, and help hydrate while locking-down makeup for fresher, longer, and more flawless wear. I find this is a really nice, lightweight primer that keeps the skin really hydrated and smooth. Makeup applies really well on top of it and it doesn’t make my skin any greasier than usual which is a huge bonus. I would really recommend this primer it’s lovely! The original size is 40ml and is £26 and you can get it here* and this new super size is 65ml and costs £40 so is better value for money per 100ml, and you can get it here* and here*.
‘I think the Too Faced Hangover range is a really nice skincare range and it;s the first “glowy” skincare range I’ve found that works well with my oily skin. I would really recommend the moisturiser and the primer, but wouldn’t use the serum again personally! Have you tried any of these yet?
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