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Introducing Skin Glass: An Organic Face Oil For A Natural Glow

Beauty & Fashion

Summer is almost here and we all know what that means: sundresses, cut-off shorts, and endless selfies to show off that glowy, sun-kissed skin. Just in time for every make-up lover's summer shopping haul, renowned Atlanta based makeup artist, Noorface, launched the face oil every woman needs in their make-up kit, Skin Glass Pink Crystal.

Lightweight and fully organic, Skin Glass Pink Crystal is an oil that gives the skin a natural soft pink highlight without being dramatically blinding. Its smooth texture and consistency allows you to incorporate it into your everyday foundation or moisturizer for a dewy yet wet finish. The tube-like applicator is efficient and enables you to control just how much of the product you use on a daily basis.

"I was seeing a lot of trends for glowy skin and like over exaggerated highlight, which wasn't realistic. Almost too much cake face, and if you guys are familiar with my work then you know I like to keep it super simple, very clean, kinda like that photoshoot skin," Noor said during a recent event debuting the revolutionary product. "So, that was my inspiration for skin glass to get the everyday person, the everyday girl to get that glowy skin without doing the most. Just shake it up, pop it on and you look like you just came out of the spa."

For those of you with oily or combination skin, Skin Glass powder acts as a highlighter and mattifier without amplifying your oil spots. It helps you to appreciate your melanin in a different way. With Skin Glass Pink Crystal, brown girls can safely stray away from the highly favored gold highlighters and opt for a rose gold radiance. Its soft pink tint compliments darker skin tones.

"Skin Glass was birth off women appreciating their natural, beautiful skin without anything to heavy on it. It was very important to me to use organic oils. So, it is organic and it just gives you a beautiful glow," she explained. "It's not meant to be an overly pigmented highlighter, it's not meant to be any of that. That's why I have two options, you have a liquid and a powder. So, if you did want to step it up, you have the powder you can apply on top."

With a makeup career spanning over 10 years, Noor noticed the lack of highlighting products enhancing women's natural features and decided to fill the void.

"I never thought in a billion years that I would be doing this. The whole point of Skin Glass is I wanted something for myself that I didn't find in my kit," she continued. "I was like well what if I just made a label for this? What if I just put in a box? What if… that's how it just kept going."

From its raving reviews and diversity amongst consumers, it's obvious Skin Glass will be featured in all of our best selfies this summer. Trendsetter Willow Smith was recently photographed rocking the Skin Glass glow on both her face and body.

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For the perfect dash of radiance this summer, visit Noorface.com or Noorface on Instagram to learn more!

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