Keep an eye on QVC (UK) for this sublime bronzer to arrive – there’s no talc in this so you don’t get that dry and dusty feel on your complexion with it, and the colour is a light/medium bronze : lighter on the skin than it looks in the compact. Officially, it’s called an ‘anti-ageing’ bronzer *insert loud coughing here* which I guess is because it contains hydrolyzed collagen, peptides, silk and antioxidants which techically are good for older skin. The best thing about it is that it’s matte, but doesn’t kick out any skin sheen particularly, so you can still look dewy without having to rely on glitter.
The one downside is that you have to buy it as a set with one of the most unruly brushes I’ve ever come across. It’s massive for a start, so think, needs it’s own cage size, so that knocks out practical portability, and I just don’t see how on earth you get any precision with it. I’m not massively a fan of just diving into a bronzer with a brush and then mooshing it all over your face – it needs a little more precision than that to get it looking natural. If you’re body bronzing (just learned of the boob contour thing) that’s a different matter, but not sure you’d use a powder for that anyway.
So, it’s a mixed review… great bronzer.. not so great for purpose brush.. :-). I don’t have a launch date for this one but I guess it will be the next It Cosmetics show.
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...