E.L.F. Healthy Glow Bronzing Powder Reviews
Product Type: ELF makeup
Description:Brand: E.L.F. / Powder / Type: Bronzing Powder / Subcategory: Powder / What it does: Bronzes,
Newest Review: ... powder over my body. Despite this I wasn't too concerned as I figured that I would just use this product with a smaller ... more
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E.L.F. - Contouring Blush & Bronzing Powder -Blushed/Bronzed
Create a healthy and natural glow all year long.
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer E.L.F. Healthy Glow Bronzing Powder Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/07/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
It is, according to the calendar, summer. However, all people with fully operational nervous systems have felt the ambient temperature and realised that summer happened in a week over Easter and it's now autumn again. Am I the only one who thinks that 'global warming' was a bit of a misnomer? Global turning-the-weather-even-more-rubbish would have been more appropriate. Anyway, even if it weren't for that, the north of Ireland has three seasons: rainy, windy and winter. Little chance, then, to catch any of the sun's lovely rays on your face, so thoughts inevitably turn towards faking it with bronzer. I am paler than a Dulux 'hints of white' colour card, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
As part of my E.L.F. order a few weeks ago, I did put a compact of healthy glow bronzer into my basket. It is not that I use a lot of bronzer, preferring instead to opt for fake tan whenever I want a bit of a glow, however being that this one was priced at just £1.50 I just couldn't resist. There are four colour options on the E.L.F. website for this bronzer and these are; sun kissed (a medium shade), warm tan (a slightly more tan version of sun kissed), luminance (a very light beige bronzer), matt bronze (a deep tan). Being that my skin is very pale at the moment, I opted for sun kissed which I hoped would give my skin a bit of a glow. Upon opening my parcel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/11 (Very useful, 25 readings)
One thing I own an awful lot of is bronzing products. I love the thought of a subtle glow/tan on my face in-particular however as a very pale redhead (with freckles) I can look like coco the clown with total ease if if I'm not careful and thats why I own alot of bronzing powders....and don't use them and have just a couple in my make-up collection that I do like and trust. However the other week I had a 50% off anything from the e.l.f (eyes lips face) website. For anyone who doesn't know about this website it is an online site that offers all things cosmetic and make-up related at very cheap prices indeed (alot of the stuff only costs £1.50 with postage and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
As a pale redhead who has a sun allergy so I glow like ectoplasm most of the summer you'd be forgiven for thinking I'd wandered mistakenly into the wrong product to review. However, just because I'm pasty and pale doesn't mean I don't get notions each summer about how to look a bit less so, one year I fake tanned throughout the entire summer, another I used the daily stuff for a slight tan, another I declared I preferred being pale and interesting when quite clearly I don't and another I bought a bronzing style block from the Body Shop and almost managed to carry it off. This year I've strayed into the bronzing department of E.L.F (www.eyeslipsface.co.uk) and purchased Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
With a mixture of Irish and Scottish heritage, I was never going to have beautiful olive skin. It seems pale is the way I was always supposed to be and in fact I am so pale, that if you put me in a line up with five bottles of semi-skimmed you may find it difficult to pick me out! When I was younger I did go through the self tan phases as well as the (extremely stupid) stay out in the sun until you are the shade of a lobster phases in a desperate attempt to get the bronzed goddess look. These days I tend to avoid tans and bronzers like the plague, as I have come to the conclusion that I would rather look milk bottle white than streaky orange. I have to admit ... Read the complete review
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