Avon Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls Reviews
Product Type: Avon makeup
Newest Review: ... plastic pot with a screw top lid. I just use a make up brush to swish around in this pot and then rub across my cheekbones or ... more
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Customer Avon Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls Reviews (27)
by - written on 25/11/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Bronzer isn't a product that I use on a regular basis. I tend to find that bronzer always looks over the top no matter how little you use and really I feel that a lot of women who wear it look a little ridiculous. I actually received this bronzer from my sister who thought the same as I did but didn't want it to go to waste so I decided to give it a try and see what I thought! It has been languishing on my dressing table since then and I've actually used it a few times with fairly favourable results. This product is available from Avon and costs between £6.00 and £10.00 depending on promotions available at the time. It is currently £6.00 in the Avon catalogue ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/12 (Very useful, 14 readings)
The Arabian glow bronzing pearls was a gift I received from a friend who had purchased them and didn't like the tone they left on her face, due to her skin being quite dark she felt the colour was too warm for her and offered them to me. You will know by any previous reviews that I personally don't like a heavy bronzer anyways and if it was warm for her dark skin it would probably make me look like an umpa lumpa. There are 2 shades available and she did go for the darker shade. The product comes in a bronzed coloured tub which has now changed a little from the picture on dooyoo. It is now called Avon glow bronzing pearls. Although the design is similar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I'm a big fan of Avon products. I probably buy something from the catalogue every month or so but I love scouring through it every week for a new bargain or new fascinating product. Usually I don't stray too far from my regular fragrances and moisturisers but every now and then I splash out and buy some make-up or children's clothes. **Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls** I came across these when I was on the hunt to find a replacement bronzer. (My old fave sun shimmer died when my daughter's hands came across it)!! This caught my eye immediately as it looked fascinating and quite different. I had never bought any bronzing pearls before and I was quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I bought the Avon Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls when they were on special along with the multi-stylo. Currently they are available full price for £9.00. Packaging The pearls come in a medium sized brown-gold pot, with the Avon 'A' logo on the front, but with not additional pictures or words aside from that. On the base there is a sticker detailing the company, the product title, weight (22g) and suggested shelf life (24 months). To find the ingredients and directions for use, check the back of the box that the pot arrived in, as this isn't available on the pot itself (a bit of a design flaw there!). The lid is a basic screw cap, and turns on and off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I have used Avons Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls for a fair while now. Although i do like to experiment with different brands or types of bronzers i always go back to Avon because i always find that no matter what product you may buy, you can always guarantee it will be of top quality and value for money. If i had to sum up my complexion it would be that i have none. I am a complete and utter human milkbottle, so for this simple reason i like to use Avons bronzing pearls to give myself a bit of a glow without making myself look like an oompa loompa. Avons Arabian Glow Bronzing Pearls come in a round, bronze coloured tub, with a protective ... Read the complete review
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