Here’s why you’re going to want the new Too Faced Dew You primer

Posted: 15 January 2019 9:54 am

Image: Instagram user TrendMood1

What we know so far about the new Too Faced Dew You primer and where to buy it.

Calling all Too Faced fans, looks like a new primer will be hitting shelves this year. If you loved the brand's dewy but full-coverage Dew You foundation, then you're absolutely in luck. It looks like Too Faced will be launching a companion primer called Dew You Fresh Glow Luminous Face Primer.

The product is designed to help you create the ultimate base. Designed to soft-focus your skin, the primer adds a luminous glow to the skin forming the perfect canvas for your foundation and the rest of your makeup. Fast-setting with a gel-cream texture, according to TrendMood1 the product "applies seamlessly and sets fast so you can wear alone for a dewy, watermelon and cucumber-infused glow or under makeup for a backlit radiance worthy of endless selfies".

Image: Instagram user TrendMood1

Basically, this sounds like the next must-have product in makeup bags everywhere. An illuminating, fast-setting primer that's infused with skin-loving ingredients like cucumber? It's hardly surprising that Instagram is going crazy for this product. We certainly can't wait to get our hands on this one.

At this stage there are three hues: Radiant Pearl for a rosy glow, Radiant Nude for light glow and Radiant Caramel for a golden glow. Since it appears that these primers don't actually add a wash of colour to the skin, all three shades seem to be usable by a broad range of skin tones. But we'll know more once we see swatches.

When and where to buy

We haven't heard a peep yet about when we'll see this primer launch into stores, although TrendMood1 teased that it was "coming soon".

You can also shop Too Faced at eBay, Cult Beauty and at ASOS.

Stay tuned for more details!

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