Bobbi Brown Tinted Moisturising Balm
This is akin to a tinted moisturiser, but gives a little more coverage, and is absolutely sublime. It comes in a pretty massive pot, and smells divine, almost citrusy. It blends in so easily and feels lovely on the skin. The finish is smooth, glowy and healthy looking skin. It is very light, and gives a sheer veil of radiance to the driest of skin. I honestly adore this product, and can't stop using it.
Benefit Fake Up Concealer
Initially I was a bit dubious about this product, as it looks like it would be very greasy and give little coverage, due to the 'hydrating ring' band around the core of concealer. A little slick under my eyes, and I realised how wrong I was. The outer ring helps the product to gently glide over your skin, imparting concealer on my enormous bags, whilst moisturising Once patted in, it stayed in place as long as any other product I have tried, but didn't crease. A fab alternative to the light reflective pens for drier skins.
Not exclusively for dry skin, but I have found it is particularly good on parched areas, the Beauty Blender is an egg shaped make up sponge that gives a brilliant, smooth finish. It's a bit strange, if you are not used to using sponges, but you dampen it down to use and then stipple it all over your face to get really even, flawless foundation. I can't lie, it takes a while, and is certainly not something I have time to use every day, but when you have the time to really work on your base, this makes it look stunning. I particularly like it for softening under eye concealer and smoothing the edges of cream blusher so get that flawless finish. Look on YouTube if you want some amazing tutorials!
Bobbi Brown Tinted Moisturising Balm, £34. Available in 8 shades from Bobbi Brown counters nationwide and online
Benefit Fakeup, £18.50, available in 3 shades, from Benefit counters nationwide and online
Beauty Blender, from £13. I bought mine from Amazon, but Austique on the Kings Road stocks them too.