Tuesday, 22 September 2015

By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush

A few weeks ago, I went to a fab event for the new launches from make-up brand By Terry. The range was created by the amazing Terry de Gunzburg, the woman who created the infamous YSL Touche Éclat, but this event was to celebrate the launch of the Light-Expert Click Brush.  This is my first venture into the world that is By Terry, so I was quite excited.

The Light-Expert Click Brush is totally brilliant. I wasn't too sure whether or not it was going to be my thing until I got the opportunity to test and try it at the event, the second I did that, I loved it and wanted it. The Light-Expert Click brush is one of those clever little items that can do more than one job, it is a proper little multi-tasker and can be used as a foundation, for contouring, for illuminating and to freshen up to your make-up as and when you feel the need! The whole concept is to make the application of make up simple and effective to achieve that radiant and flawless look.



By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush
By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush
By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush
By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush
By Terry Light-Expert Click Brush

The technology behind Light-Expert called 'Intensive Mimetic Camouflage' and it is used to conceal imperfections and give a flawless base, whilst light prisms give radiance and it is suitable for all skin-types.


The kabuki brush is short, incredibly soft and gives amazing coverage. Designed at an angle, the brush works to adapt to all facial forms and it is also removable to enable washing. One click at the bottom of the brush, very Touche Éclat, and the fluid is released in four dots, this is said to give an ideal measurement for the ultimate application and since using it, I have never had to click more than once to cover the entirety of my face. The fluid itself is really lightweight, so much so you don't even known it is there and it blends so effortlessly and looks so natural, I absolutely love it.

There are six shades currently available with No.1 Rosy Light being the lightest and No.11 Amber brown being the darkest shade. I was one of the lightest called Apricot Light and it is a perfect match for my skin tone.

Aside from the texture, which I absolutely love and how easy it is to use, blend and wear, I love how much coverage it gives with minimal effort. I have redness on both cheeks, it tends to flare up when I am stressed (regularly) and whilst it doesn't hurt and isn't itchy, it does make me self-conscious at times, Light-Expert does an amazing job at covering it over so that I forget about it which therefore makes it amazing and I can imagine it will become a very popular item to have. 


It has just launched at SpaceNK and for the 19.5ml it costs £48 which I would be more than happy to pay when mine runs out. For me, this is a handbag keeper!

47 comments:

  1. Looks like a very handy little gadget. As you say, it's a handbag must have. Would love to try

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  2. This brush looks great. I would love to try it out.

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  3. I've never used a brush with liquid foundation but I'm going to give it a try now. Thanks for posting.

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  4. This looks awesome. I need one in my life! (another must have item to add to my ever growing list!) great post and photos, Thanks. Anna

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  5. I wasn't familiar with the brand at all before your post! I have redness in my cheeks too (damn stress!) so I know how embarrassing that can be. Would the coverage be good enough over acne? x

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  6. I'm a big by terry fan so I'm sure I would love this. It looks quite similar to the YSL perfect touch foundation.

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  7. i love Byterry and this sounds brilliant! I love that its quite a good sized brush

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  8. Never seen anything like this before but it looks so much easier to use than tubes of foundation which either gets over your hands or needs cotton wool balls. Think I will have to give it a go.

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  9. I had no idea TERRY was made by the woman behind Touche éclat! I have a Terry mascara at home that I got in a subscription box but I'd never heard of the brand before so I was dubious. This foundation brush looks a lot cleaner than other foundation applicators so might give it a try!

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  10. Ohh I totally just thought this was going to be about a brush, not an actually make up product haha.
    Loving the look of this. Very interesting.
    Gillian  xx  EyelinerFlicks

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  11. I use Touche Magique which is L'oreals version of Touche Eclat. I will have to try this one. :)

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  12. This looks like my kind of make up, I love things that have a multi purpose use and this would be so easy to keep in my handbag :)

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  13. Good review :) I just might have to treat myself x

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  14. Looks really handy and great however I always end up having trouble with products like these.

    www.elabellaworld.com

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  15. This is such a genius idea, it would fit perfectly into my handbag!

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  16. This looks really good, I need to try something like this x

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  17. I am loving the sound of this although it does seem pricey. I've tried a few foundations that are built into brushes and they weren't great but the quality of this looks superior to those I tried. Xx

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  18. This looks amazing - I think I may need to invest in some. The brush really does look so very soft.

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  19. Sounds perfect. I was invited to this launch but couldn't get down to London. Looks like a fab product, I love By Terry! xxx

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  20. Sounds like a great little gadget to minimise clutter in the makeup bag. Again a little pricey x

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  21. I have never tried this brand, but have always wanted to! This product sounds lovely!

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  22. Looks like the perfect thing to have in my handbag. I like the idea of it. The product sounds great. I haven't actually tried the brand before but will look out for it the next time I'm buying some new bits.

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  23. This looks like an amazing product, I would love to try this brand in the future.

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  24. I've only just started applying foundation with a brush instead of my fingers (I know) and it does make a lot of difference so I would love to try a product like this - love hoe it is a concealer, foundation and highlighter in one.

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  25. Ooh, this looks really good. I'd be interested to see what the darkest shade looked like and if it would match my skin tone. I love lightweight foundations xx

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  26. It sounds like an amazing product. I'm all for things that hide my imperfections, so will add this to the list for Santa I think :)

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  27. OMG! I love this idea - off to see if they have it in my shade!
    Seriously thanks for sharing lovely
    Charlotte x

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  28. I need to find this immediately I have so many skin imperfections so I would love to see if it gives me more coverage!

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  29. I'm currently using maybelline new York foundation.
    But the fact that this one comes with a brush it might be something I want to try out as I'm always applying it with a sponge. Can you tell I've no idea how make up works. Lol

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  30. Looks like a cool product, really like the kakubi brush and the angle, reall y nice looking product might give this a go

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  31. Oh I love products like that where you have to click for the products to come out. I like that it stops you using too much product and is easy to blend with the brush.

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  32. I am so out of the loop when it comes to make-up these days as I never buy any or wear any since having my daughter two years ago. I love the sound of this it sounds like such a great product for someone like me who normally uses way to much and then has to rub it off xx

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  33. Love that the brush is inside the tube with the make up- i never put on foundation without a brush and find that i have to spend ages hunting it down, or else that it can get a bit dirty with no lid etc. will def look out for this

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  34. Here's another one for my list of make up wants, i just love reading beauty blogs. Like one of your other commenters I just started using a fancy foundation brush instead of my fingers, #inspired

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  35. Slightly embarrassed to admit I didn't know you were supposed to use a brush to put on foundation! Sounds like a great product so you always use the right amount.

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  36. This sounds like it's fabulous to use! I'm really starting to want to invest in higher end make up, if only my bank felt the same way haha x

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  37. This sounds lovely and the brush looks fab - I really like that you can remove it to wash it, too! It sounds a lot of money for how much product you get, though - I wonder if they'll do refills or anything like that?

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  38. What a great looking product. I've never tried anything like it but I would be tempted to give it a try even at this price :-)

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  39. This sounds fantastic, I'd be really tempted to try it although I must admit I never did think much of it Touche Eclat..I must be about the only person in the world who didn't rate it! xx

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  40. Ohh this seems really interesting, I would love to give it a try myself.x

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  41. It sounds perfect <3 I need to take a look of it in the future x

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  42. I've looked at this a few times and thought about giving it a go, so was pleased to read this review. Will definitely check it out now. Thanks for sharing :)

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  43. ooo i love how you was wash the brush! don't think ive heard of many brands doing this

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  44. WOW this looks like a fantastic product but at that price maybe not so much haha i have seen people talking about it and its all be pretty good

    www.beautyandtheboy.com

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  45. Ooh it sounds amazing! I can't wait to try it myself! xx

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  46. Sounds like a cute nifty little beauty gadget.

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  47. I did wonder how hygienic this might be with the attached brush but if it's removable so you can wash it that's amazing! x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty

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