Even at SPF6 (yikes), Sensai Bronzing Gel has a cult following, particularly amongst make-up artists who use it by the bucket-load, especially on male models. It’s easily one of the most natural looking bronzers I’ve ever used and is totally weightless on the skin – possibly because it’s 80% water.
Thanks to the lightness of the fluid, it’s very easy to apply (Sensai suggest using their brush specially designed for gel formulations, but I see no reason not to use an existing foundation or blush brush) and rather than give you a mahogany turn, it just lifts your tone to a warmer place. When I tested it I was pleasantly surprised at the last, which was pretty much all day.
So, I can’t recommend this for days outdoors because of the low SPF, but I would highly recommend for evenings or anything that doesn’t involve you being outside for any length of time. It’s a super natural, easy wear for a no make-up look or boosting up a post-beach look and I can easily see why it slips into make-up artist kits. It’s very lucky, too, that a little goes a long way because Sensai Bronzing Gel is £30! You can find it HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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