Makeup Review: By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra-Primer, Hyaluronic Hydra-Powder, and Tool-Expert Dual-Ended Brush

My hydration kick doesn’t only cover skincare, I have also crossed over to makeup. By Terry sent over their two hyaluronic based products, the Hyaluronic Hydra-Primer and Hydra-Powder, which promise to boost and maintain optimum moisture level of the skin for a firmer and plumper complexion.

The Hyaluronic Hydra-Primer looks like a mousse and feels creamy but it dries so fast without any tacky feeling so, instant like. It provides a bit of blurring and feels hydrating even though it sort of sinks into the skin. It blurs my pores a bit and subsides some redness making my skin look more even. This #faceprimer feels nourishing as well and makeup applies beautifully on top of it. Even if it doesn’t mattify my #oilyskin enough, it doesn’t aggravate its oiliness either. I like using this when I feel like going for a soft and dewy everyday look. It makes matte foundation have a semi-matte finish and compliments satin and dewy finish foundation by making my skin look smooth and plump.

Even though I have oily skin, I was never used to applying a setting powder. I only use them when I know I need to keep my makeup looking fresh longer than usual. The Hyaluronic Hydra-Powder I have is white but doesn’t leave a white cast because it is so finely milled that it just sorts of sinks into the skin. It blurs my pores and leaves the skin looking smooth. It sets the makeup and controls shine for about half a day before I have to blot or reapply.

They also sent the Tool-Expert Dual-Ended Brush that feels oh so soft to the skin. The brush strands feel soft and thin, which makes it easy to apply both products.

I really enjoy using these two for every day because they help hydrate my skin and feels so nourishing. I may need more help in terms of mattifying my skin but this two help in making my skin look soft, smooth, and even.

The By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra-Primer, Hyaluronic Hydra-Powder, and Tool-Expert Dual-Ended Brush were provided by @byterry. Available at