There is something about bronzing powder that scares the living day lights out of me and untill recently I have been a little weary of wearing it .
I suppose practice makes perfect and instead of just brushing it allover you face like I used to in my teenage years , learning to use it on the areas such as your brow and cheek bones very lightly gives you a fabulous glow.
The only problem I have now is finding a powder that has no ten ton of shimmer to it that looks like I have literally thrown glitter onto my face to brighten it up.
Deborah Milano shade 3 Bronzing powder is my new post for you today, I wanted to share with you one of the new bronzers I have been trying lately .
What the say about Deborah Milano shade 3 Bronzing powder -
Silky smooth pressed bronzing powder leaves a luminously satiny finish. Perfectly balanced non-smudging formula blends in flawlessly and looks freshly applied around the clock. Skin tone appears beautifully even and the complexion feels naturally velvety for hours. Enriched with mica for a dewy finish, minimises minor skin blemishes. Formulated with a high concentration of emollient esters for a pleasantly silky feel. Also containing an active ingredient of mineral origin: powdered precious gems. Amethyst, mother-of-pearl, coral, tourmaline, amber, jade and ruby, all of them rich in the mineral trace elements that are essential to skin, especially sensitive skins. The formula also contains Rosehips and Vitamins A,C and E, well known for their anti-ageing and antioxidant action.
Tips on applying this Bronzing powder-
For more sculptured features, apply bronzer to your temples, across your cheek bones, on the tip of your chin, and along your neck.
Cost - £6.50
Can be bought from - www.Deborahmilano.co.uk
My thoughts on the Bronzing Powder from Deborah Milano-
I have to be overly honest on this one , I am not keen on the brown packaging, it somewhat puts me off buying products no matter the brand as I like them to look pretty as well as doing what it actually does but the palette lid has a solid click to the lid fastening and that is what comforts me most in a makeup product .
For the price , it is affordable for many people which is great considering many of the other bronzing powders I have tried previously are more in the £20 + mark .
The one thing I do not like instantly is the scent of the powder, I hate that smell of powder and this to be honest smells a little of putting . In all honesty it smells like my mothers face powders many years ago and I actually expected more of a chocolate vanilla scent due to me loving their Face and body self tanner which smelt amazing.
The pigmentation is astounding for the price and I actually like how it glides on my skin so easily , but you do need a light hand at applying it or you will find that even the slightest of application to the skin will look overbearing. To me that is not a bad thing as it will last longer than others I have used .
The slight shimmer in the powder makes a natural looking tan on the skin and I feel it is very light and not overly fake looking.
Using this product correctly and light handed will give you that amazing shade you want and I certainly love the effect it gives me, even using it on my contour areas has been found to sculpt my features in a way I found fabulous.
Have you tried Deborah Milano bronzing powder or any of their other products?
Let me know .....