”Could you beeeee. The most beautiful bronzer in the worlddddd. You’re the reason that God make a bronzerrrr.”
Ain’t nowt like getting your mitts on a good bronzer, is there? As a pale girl, I always found bronzers looked a bit like I’d smeared muck on me chops. But over the last few months I’ve embraced the bronze and now can’t get enough. Although still remaining faithful to my beloved Essence Sun Club All in One Bronzing Highlighter (which FYI is the absolute BEST product I’ve found this year, only beating this due to it’s coconut scent, find it online here
). I was so excited to use this beautiful Make Up Revolution Blush and Contour Palette, in Golden Sugar,
that I didn’t even contemplate taking the pictures before I got my grubby paws stuck in to it. As soon as I posted a sneaky pic of this over on my instagram
, I got an influx of people double clicking it. And yes. When used it is just as good as it looks.
There’s a great range of shades within the palette, to suit a range of skin tones or occasions. Whether you just want a light highlighting effect for every day make up looks by using the lighter tones, or you want to create a defined contour by blending in some of the darker shades – the entire selection of shades is so versatile. Even with my pale face, I can happily apply any of these shades without worrying about them standing out too much. You can probably liken the individual cake shades to other high end products too. For example, I’m spotting the Urban Decay Naked Illuminated
in two of the shades, alongside other similarities in each.
For £6 I’m considering buying several back ups for when this runs out. Although I’ve been caking my face in it daily for just over a week now and there’s hardly any signs of usage on the colours themselves. And apologies for the swatches below. It’s hard to capture on camera how beautiful they transfer over to the skin in real life (especially on such a pale, errr goosepimply arm, haaaa).