Limited Collection Bronzers, with their shiny animal print casings, are very cute indeed! I know not everyone loves a cardboard casing but I don’t mind them at all – and generally it’s much cheaper for brands to produce some interesting looking exteriors than with plastics or harder substance packaging.
My camera has taken a little bit of the colour out – I have swatches in the next pic – but Limited Collection Bronzers come in two shades, light and dark.
I’ve done one finger swipe of each colour at intensity (I don’t think diffused swatches do the product justice) – the dark is actually a little bit orange for my liking – there is definitely some brickiness in there, but the paler of the two is quite light and that’s difficult to find, especially if you are very light-skinned. However, neither are too shimmery so very wearable. So, my top tip would be to get the lighter shade for the beginning of summer and upgrade if you need to later on. The product itself is quite powdery but diffuses nicely with a kabuki. They’re out in stores now, along with some shimmery oil, a shimmer powder and two wash-off instant body bronzers.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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