Dr Jart+ Regenerating Beauty Balm, £14 (RRP £21)
I've repurchased this twice now, which says it all really! I've never really bought into the BB/CC cream hype, as being pale-skinned means I'm always wary of the shade, but this beauty by Dr Jart+ has won me over. I bought it for ski holidays, since it has SPF30, and it meant that last year I managed to avoid the dreaded ski goggles tan whilst everyone else looked plain ridiculous. It might not suit darker skin tones, but it's really perfect for pale skin and covers blemishes and redness really well.
Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation, £34
This has to be one of the most hyped foundations in the beauty blogging community, but it's for a good reason. This foundation gives your skin medium to full coverage with a glowing satin finish. It's not shimmery but it does leave your skin with that dewy glow that a lot of people seek. I'd say it was the perfect foundation for those with normal to dry skin, as I don't imagine it would stay too long on oily skin. Remember to use a pea-sized amount and apply with a sponge (the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion sponge is my absolute favourite!).
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