It’s a measure of tiredness that I read the letters as sit 1a and for a fleeting nano-second, wondered why on earth they’d put that on a bronzer. I’m not sure how new the Stila Sweet Treat Bronzing Powder is – I know there have been similar versions but this definitely falls into the Liz Earle Bronzer Hall of Fame for not being glittery. It’s definitely more of a sheen maker than a glitterbug.
I’ve swatched Stila Sweet Treat Bronzing Powder at strength here, but obviously if you diffuse it with a kabuki what you get is a very lovely, buildable smack of bronzer that’s easy to work with – nil effort required. At £12 it’s a worthwhile investment if you like your bronzers to steer clear of glitter face. It’s HERE.
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