Containing translucent pigments that help give a radiant glow to the skin while reflecting the light, this foundation promises to correct without masking. I like this concept and since starting blogging, have realised that winter time doesn't mean having to cake the foundation on. I'm all about the glow and was excited to see how Happy Light did on my mush.
Like almost every other Bourjois foundation I've tried, Happy Light feels light on my skin and blends in easily with my trusty Real Techniques Buffing Brush.
It gives a light to medium coverage and covers the redness around my schnoz, evening out my skin without any hassle. I'd like to draw your attention to my cheek in the photo above. Check out the lovely satiny glow I'm rocking and as an oily skinned lady, it can be hard finding the balance between glow and oil slick. This gives me a subtle radiance that lasts for the whole work day and even longer if I powder it lightly.
Happy Light pretty much ticks all of the boxes for me. Light to medium coverage. Stays put all day. Gives a grand glow to the visage. Looks like natural skin.
The only down point is the colour range. I was sent shade 50 Porcelaine, which is the lightest in the range of nine and it's on the cusp of being slightly too dark for me, but nothing that blending down the neck can't help with. So those with lighter skin than moi will be stuck for colours which is a shame because it's a gorgeous foundation.
€16.99 is the damage and Bourjois always have special offers on, especially introductory ones for new products, so keep your eyes peeled for this on counters now!