There’s a brand new Ole Henriksen launch, and it’s the Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Sun-Kissed Face Primer, which is a new version of their popular Banana Bright Face Primer.
This brand new version features self tanner, and the brand has involved Mikayla Nogueira in the launch campaign to promote the product. If you’d like to find out all about the differences between the Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Sun-Kissed Face Primer and the original, keep on reading…
“Meet Banana Bright Sun-Kissed Face Primer: It harnesses self-tanner technology to gradually and evenly tan skin within 6-8 hours—you’ll see max results in 2-3 days with continued use.
This glow-boosting primer, fueled by vitamin C, also brightens your entire complexion all day and preps skin for smooth makeup application—it hydrates, blurs the look of pores, fine lines and wrinkles and is clinically tested to improve foundation wear.“
The Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Sun-Kissed Face Primer is suitable for all skin types, and is said to be a self tanner meets makeup primer. With the vitamin C-enriched primer, gradually giving you a natural-looking tan, while also instantly brightening and improving makeup wear.
- For all skin tones
- Gradually tans skin (max results in 3 days)
- Instantly brightens
- Improves the look & wear of makeup
- Blurs the look of imperfections
The original Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Primer is beautiful. It has an orange juice scent, and feels so lightweight and silky on the skin. I love using it, as it works nicely as a primer, but offers skincare benefits at the same time, rather than being a primer that just sits on the surface of the skin.
- After your skincare routine, apply this self-tanner evenly to your face and neck.
- Then blend (no streaks or patchy spots here)
- Gradual tanning effect within 6-8 hours (you’ll see max results after 2-3 days)
- Wear it alone for a natural-looking tan or under makeup to improve wear.
- For external use only. Use as directed.
If you like using sunless self tan, then the Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Sun-Kissed Face Primer would be a nice alternative to their original formula, as you add colour to your skin, whilst still getting the priming benefits and skincare benefits of the original, and it’s available right now.