I don't know about you, but recently I've been intrigued by liquid bronzer. It's the one product I haven't tried a liquid version of - mainly because I was scared I'd go overboard, and secondly because I hadn't come across a product that had tempted me enough.
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Now, for the sake of being fully transparent, I don't really see Dr Hauschka as a sexy brand. Like, if I hadn't seen how bloody good it looked on Elsa, I probably wouldn't have jumped to purchase it... Just goes to show the power of a good tutorial, I suppose? Or that I have an unhealthy obsession with @nikki_makeup.
This product is a sheer bronze tinted solution that can be used to create a radiant complexion
The formula can be used alone as a bronzer to contour under the cheekbones & around the hairline
It can also be mixed with base products like moisturiser or primer for an all-over glow
It can be used in place of foundation to give a natural, skin-like finish (especially on holidays)
Contains a blend of olive oil, beeswax and mineral pigments
Also features ingredients Anthyllis and Witch Hazel to tone and firm the skin
How To Use It:
This is probably the most important part - we've gotta make sure you can use this stuff once your order arrives.
If you're using it as a liquid contour or bronzer, I recommend pumping the Translucent Bronzing Tint onto the back of your hand, picking it up with a brush like M.A.C's 170 Rounded Slant Brush, and softly buffing it under the cheekbones, and around the hairline (being careful not to shift your base underneath).
If you want to use it on a no makeup day to add a little natural glow to your complexion, you can mix a drop with your moisturiser or primer. I mix it with either Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream or Napoleon Perdis Auto Pilot Primer and it works a treat.
What's Everyone Else Saying About It?
Beautiful healthy glow
Sheer, buildable, quick and easy to use