Last year, Hannah Martin was dubbed ‘the queen of radiant skin and smoky eye tutorials’ by British Vogue and she’s made up several members of the Royal Family. She did Princess Eugenie’s make-up for her wedding day in 2018 and also tutored Kate Middleton in doing her own make-up ahead of her wedding day in 2011.
More recently, Hannah made up Kate’s mum Carole Middleton for her Good Housekeeping cover shoot. But counting royalty among her clients doesn’t mean she only uses super-expensive products.
In a recent video tutorial for getting ‘glass skin’, Hannah recommended super-affordable Dr. Paw Paw balm.
What is glass skin?
Glass skin is a beauty trend from Korea - it’s like the next step up from ‘dewy skin’ and refers to your skin being at its peak healthiness. Glass skin appears luminous, poreless and translucent. Achieving glass skin generally requires an extensive skincare routine and healthy lifestyle - but there are also ways to cheat it through makeup.
In her tutorial, Hannah Martin reveals that she follows up tinted moisturiser, gel bronzer and liquid blusher with a touch of Dr. Paw Paw Original Balm along the tops of the cheeks in order to get the glowy effect of glass skin. The good news is that Dr. Paw Paw is priced at just £6.95 for a 25ml tube.
Where can I buy Dr. Paw Paw Original Balm?
You can get your hands on a tube of Dr. Paw Paw Original Balm from Boots, Amazon, Sainsbury’s and many other stores. It’s even available in a smaller 10ml tube for just £3.95. As well as giving you an extra glow, it also has hydrating and soothing qualities for sensitive or irritated skin and can help heal burns and cuts.