[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m already fully invested in the Healthy Glow Bronzing Cream – I have some from last year and it’s still in perfect condition so I’ve been using it quite regularly. The news for this is that there is a deeper tone available to reach a wider customer base, so there are now two shades in total – Deep Bronze and Universel. It’s really the bronzer for people who don’t like, or aren’t confident with, bronzer because it blends so seamlessly into the skin to warm the tone.
If you’re unsure where to put it, implement the Guerlain number 3 action by starting at the temple, sweeping in at the cheek and then out again to the jaw line. Simples. It’s £43 HERE.
There’s also a Healthy Glow Illuminating Powder in two shades, Sunset and Sand (Sand is shown) that features the classic rope design. It’s a super-fine powder with pearl particles for a subtle glow – use a big and fluffy brush for a pared-back light catchy look. It’s £47 HERE.
There are two colourways for the Healthy Glow Natural Eyeshadow Palette – I have Tender here. It looked a little bit overly pink led but the swatches are unexpectedly burnished, earthy and delicious. Intense is the other variant and is khaki led.
There’s a selection of matte, satin and shimmer in this little compact. I don’t really do layers or multi-shade eye looks any more – I’m sold on a mono lid with just one shade doing the work at any one time. I’ve tried the deepest shade in the palette for this look and wow – it’s just stunning with a bit of kohl and mascara. It’s intense without being bright. As well as being glamorous, this is a very useful palette – there is a lot you can do with it. It’s £48 HERE.
In the swatch from bottom to top it’s Coco Rouge Flash in Sunbeam – a sumptuous, juicy peach shade that you can wear entirely on its own and still feel polished. Next up are the five palette shades followed by the Illuminating Powder and the new shade of Bronzing Cream. If you have a CHANEL calling but none of these take your fancy, I am using the Water Fresh Tint from last year a lot at the moment for a wash of base that evens out the tone with a bare skin effect. It’s one of the all time easiest of bases that uses encapsulated colour (there are 5 shades) in a gel suspension that blends out immediately when you buff it into your skin. I’d say it gives you golden hour skin but please remember that there’s no SPF in this, so golden hour in the shade is probably when you should wear it unless you protect first. It’s £50 well spent HERE.
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