If you haven’t heard of Ole Henriksen and their Banana Bright Eye Crème, you might as well be living on Mars. The influencer favourite does multiple rounds on social media. However, it isn’t gimmicky. The little miracle in a tub works super hard to banish all of your under eye issues. And now, it’s getting a new partner – the Banana Bright Face Primer.

The brand dropped news on Monday on their Instagram account, mentioning the upcoming launch of the primer. And well, the comments section is full of excited fans.


Skincare + makeup come face to face. It’s lit.

Meet Banana Bright Face Primer, the vitamin C-powered illuminating makeup primer that delivers instant radiance while improving and extending makeup wear.

Inspired by the makeup artist must-have—“banana powder”—this subtly sunny makeup primer contains brightening pigments to bring radiance to the entire complexion.

But that’s not all. The look of fine lines and wrinkles—instantly softened. Skin’s appearance—smoothed. With its soft-focus effect, this formula creates a luminous canvas for an Ole Glow® that lasts and lasts.

  • Instantly brightens
  • Improves and extends makeup wear
  • Blurs imperfections
  • Hydrates

You can wear the primer alone. Moreover, you also have the option of wearing it underneath your foundation or mixed with. Everybody loves a multi-functional babe.

The irony of the product is that it doesn’t contain bananas. Nor does the eye crème, if we’re talking. But it is loaded with beneficial extracts and Vitamins C and E to give you the #iwokeuplikethis skin.

The Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Face Primer comes in a pump-top tube, and will retail for $36. Find it on olehenriksen.com and Sephora on the 21st of February.

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