Trinny London’s sell-out Miracle Blur is finally back in stock again

Roberta Schroeder
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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

If you’ve not tried Trinny Woodall’s eponymous make-up line yet, we’re frankly not surprised – the brand has proven so popular, it’s harder to get your hands on than almost any other make-up product.

But there's one formula that has proven even more popular than the rest. Selling out a remarkable five times since launch (once within as little as 24 hours), Trinny's Miracle Blur primer is perhaps the most sought-after skin hero in the country right now.

After a lengthy wait, this line-plumping primer has finally been restocked this morning (22 December), although we don't expect it to stick around for long.

So, what’s all the fuss about? Turns out, the secret to this product’s success is that it really is unlike anything else on the market.

Part primer, part retouching tool, this dense, silicone-based cream works by melting into fine lines on your face and lips, instantly smoothing the skin without leaving any trace of residue. It’s fortified with collagen and elastin (so good for skin in the long run, too), and can be worn alone, layered under makeup, or patted on top throughout the day.

We love tapping it over the brand's equally popular BFF Cream (or the brand-new BFF De-Stress Serum) for the perfect balance of radiance and coverage.

Photo credit: Trinny London
Photo credit: Trinny London

If you like instant gratification from your products (let’s face it, who doesn’t?), then this one really won’t disappoint – frankly, the before-and-after images, as well as the customer reviews, are remarkable. There’s a reason people are fighting to get their hands on one.

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