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NIOD Photography Fluid Colourless Opacity 12% 30ml is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 3 out of 5 by sabby from Not made up my mind!! Okay so had high hopes for this product as saw it advertised on Facebook and really highly rated. I have tried to use it as directed but seems to really show up my lines and pores when my foundation is then placed on top. Also less is more!!! What I have been doing is either mixing it with my moisturiser or my foundation and seems to be better as alone the product drys very quick. It does look nice but it’s a bit of a faff and in all honesty you can probably get the same effect from a normal highlighter. I won’t be buying again let’s put it that way, but will keep using it just because I hate wasting money!!
Date published: 2021-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Janny62 from Nice but not for me This didnt give me the results I hoped for from the description, I defo could not wear it on its own. However a little goes a long way and works well under makeup, so is good value. It lasts ALL day no probs and gives a nice glow under make up, essentially for me it just didn’t suit my skin. I think for me it’s more of a going out make up product not an everyday thing.
Date published: 2018-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cajsa from A few drops does the trick! I bought the sample box with four different NIOD products and they are all really good products and quite unique! Especially the Photographic fluid is a real find – it’s a sort of primer that gives radiance to my skin and you just need a tiny drop or two to cover the whole face. My skin just loves it so now I’ve ordered a full bottle…
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by AlisonT100 from Never again Out of all the NIOD products I use on a daily basis, this is the one I would never buy again. I have given it two goes, and both times, I've come away disappointed. As one reviewer states, it leaves a yellowish caste to her face. Same for me, only when I look up close, I can see that it's the product sitting in the pores of my cheeks. If you get it in your eyebrows then you're really in for it. It looks utterly revolting, sitting there like a dried, yellowish seepage. Urgh! No amount of eyebrow brushing gets rid of it. And this isn't from using loads of product - 2 drops, max, as a little goes a very long way. I don't get a glowing, "camera-ready" radiance with this. I get nothing but a desire to scrub it all off and use a proper makeup primer/base. I don't disparage any of the other NIOD products - they're great; especially NEC, but this is an Epic Fail for me.
Date published: 2016-08-16