Meet The Mid Week Beauty Saviours We Love!

It’s that time of the week again – hump day (otherwise known as Wednesday), when the office is taking its toll, and our face says it all too well. But don’t stress, we’ve got 5 great products to help pick you up in your mid-week slump!

For tired eyes: Max Factor Colour Corrector Stick: The Brightener, £8.99

Need something quick and not too heavy to conceal under-eye circles? This Max Factor Colour Corrector will do just the job. It’s the right amount to conceal those purple toned bags and achieve a bright eyed look. It can be used with or without concealer so is also great for those who want a bit more coverage.

> Max Factor Colour Corrector Stick: The Brightener


For dehydrated nails: Ciaté Bloom Boost – Nail Glow, £12

Ciaté has released a lovely collection of nail polishes and pens to suit all your nail’s TLC needs. Sometimes choosing and then applying a colour is just too time-consuming! Try putting this Bloom Boost on nails during your lunch break for a healthy pink sheen.

> Ciaté Bloom Boost – Nail Glow


For greasy limp hair: Klorane Oat Milk Dry Shampoo for Frequent Use, £8

French Pharmacies produce all kind of wonders at high street prices. One of these is the Klorance Oat Milk Dry Shampoo, it gives hair that much needed freshen up and can be sprinkled into roots to get rid of oil and boost volume. Voilà!

> Klorane Oat Milk Dry Shampoo for Frequent Use


For lifeless skin: Clarins Beauty Flash Balm, £29

Clarins are a safe bet for great balms and lotions, and their Beauty Flash Balm is a cult product for brightening and reviving tired skin. Use first thing in the morning to wake up your skin and get a healthy and confident glow.

> Clarins Beauty Flash Balm


For clumpy lashes: Urban Decay Mascara Resurrection, £10

Mascara lost its oompf? We know the feeling. It’s a downhill struggle and you face the same old problem of re-applying over clumpy lashes. But it seems Urban Decay has come out with a product to save the day! Apply this Mascara Resurrection over your old mascara to separate lashes, ditch the clump and get them ready for a brand new coating.

> Urban Decay Mascara Resurrection


Erin Salisbury