top of page

Is Glow Recipe's New TikTok Viral Hue Drops Bronzer Serum Worth Trying?

Glow Recipe Hue Drops Review

As someone deeply immersed in the world of skincare and always on the lookout for the next big thing, I couldn't help but feel a surge of excitement when I caught wind of Glow Recipe's latest creation – the Watermelon Glow Niacinamide Hue Drops. With TikTok buzzing and beauty influencers like Jeffree Star raving about it, I knew I had to see what all the fuss was about.

With such 'glowing' reviews, I knew I had to get my hands on this bronzing serum and put it to the test. After all, if it could live up to the hype, it might just become a staple in my skincare routine.


What Sets It Apart?

So, what's all the hype about?

Think of it as the beloved Watermelon Dew Drops, but with an added touch of illuminating golden bronze. Packed with skin-loving ingredients like Niacinamide, Centella asiatica, and Hyaluronic acid, these Hue Drops promise to deliver a natural-looking warmth and glow.

What's remarkable is its versatility – it not only works seamlessly under makeup but also provides skincare benefits to tackle dullness and uneven tone, thanks to the inclusion of Niacinamide. At $35 for a 40 ml bottle, this new product offers exceptional value for its quality and effectiveness.

The shade Sun Glow, though singular, is designed to be universally flattering across all skin tones, making it a go-to option for a radiant complexion year-round. As spring approaches, I find myself reaching for these Hue Drops daily, and I can already envision using them to enhance my summer glow when the warmer months arrive.

How to Use It

Using the product is a breeze. After prepping my skin with moisturizer and sunscreen, I dispensed a pump of the Watermelon Hue Drops onto the back of my hand. Mixing it with a small drop of moisturizer or sunscreen, I applied it evenly across my face, blending it in with my fingertips for a seamless finish.

For those seeking a minimalist makeup look, the Hue Drops can double up as a highlighter, offering a subtle dewy shine without the need for glitter heavy formulas. Simply dab it onto cheekbones and down the nose bridge for a luminous finish.


The Final Verdict

The results were nothing short of stunning. The Hue Drops imparted a beautiful, natural-looking glow to my complexion, without any hint of orange or glitter. It seamlessly blended into my skin, leaving me with a dewy, bronzed hue that lasted all day. Packed with hydrating Hyaluronic acid and watermelon extract, this serum floods the skin with moisture while Niacinamide targets pigmentation and enlarged pores.

While the color difference may be subtle for those with lighter complexions, it's perfect for adding warmth and dimension. For deeper skin tones, it can be used as a natural contour, applied strategically to the hairline and cheeks for a sculpted, bronzy look.

Glow Recipe Hue Drops Review

Their lightweight formula provides a soft-filter effect that's virtually undetectable on the skin. Wear it alone for a subtle radiance that enhances your natural beauty, or layer it under foundation for an added luminosity that elevates your complexion to new heights. Whether you prefer a minimalistic approach or crave a bit of extra glow, these Hue Drops effortlessly adapt to your makeup routine, ensuring a flawless finish every time.

Overall, Glow Recipe's Watermelon Glow Niacinamide Hue Drops have earned a place in my routine. Whether worn alone on no-makeup days or layered under foundation for added luminosity, they effortlessly elevate my look with a touch of summer-ready radiance.


If you're in search of a versatile, glow-boosting product, look no further than these Hue Drops – they're a game-changer for achieving that coveted lit-from-within glow.



3 views0 comments


Don’t miss out! 

You are now subscribed!

pexels-lanyjade-mondou-13211054 (1).jpg


bottom of page