[unpaid/affiliate/ad] At the moment, when it comes to samples, you get what you’re given which obviously is absolutely fine because I’m amazed that anything comes through at all. So, I have the shade Fair as my sample for the new Airbrush Bronzer. It’s far too light for me but what a find for ultra-pale tones that struggle to find a bronzer that doesn’t look out of place on porcelain.
And it’s huge – AND it’s matte! I’m wary of bronzers that are too sparkly – a bit of sheen and highlight I don’t mind but I don’t want to look like I fell head-first into the glitter tray so matte is a plus because you can add on illumination if you want to.
The powder itself is silky (it contains hyaluronic acid) and picks up well on a brush – I mean, if you like a powder bronzer or contour, there’s nothing not to like with this. There are four shades to choose from and shortly you’ll be able to buy refills rather than having to purchase the whole compact all over again. It’s £39, with options to see each shade on similar tones to you own. Find it HERE, non affiliate HERE. The retractable brush is £32 – it reminds me a bit of the Chanel retractable brush – but it’s not an essential if you already have a decent bronzer/blush brush.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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