While away in California I ended up getting a little too toasty for my liking. SPF’ing myself to death didn’t keep the warm sunny San Diego sun from blessing my medium fair skin with the kiss of death aka a golden glow. No likey a tan of any kind.
My skin is finally adjusting back to it’s normal shade but it’s in the between stages which means dullness. Lucky enough Philosophy took a hint from my Tips and Tricks for Bronze Application by combining a warm shade of bronze with a kiss of warmer blush to spice up my dull skin and bring back that golden glow from California.
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I discovered the joys of bronzer after getting over a deep dislike for them this past Summer. My best way to tolerate bronzer is to either apply it over or under blush. It’s the ideal way to wear bronzer as you get the benefit of a warm golden glow plus a flush of color that makes it natural and pretty rather than wearing alone.
Philosophy The Supernatural You Make Me Blush Mineral Blush Duo combines the elements of a golden bronzer and a pretty shade of rich blush to create a perfect sunny glow!
This silky powder duo creates a natural flush of color for a healthy sunny glow. The two shades complement each other beautifully well. It’s available in four shade selections which range in dept for lighter, medium, and darker tones.
I tried the Honest/True duo which is made up of a soft golden tan and a muted rose. The results give a baked look on my skin with a pinch of a blush across my cheekbones. It’s a very interesting combination and I like it very much plus it took my dull skin back to healthy and bright again.
I’m actually not new to the duos as I hauled one over two years ago when QVC had one shade as an exclusive item. After recently rediscovering these I’m actually loving them more since at the time of my purchase I wasn’t much of a bronzer fan.
Overall, if you absolutely adore bronzers this is a rather perfect duo to snag. Or if you fall into the category of not really knowing how to apply bronzers this is a perfect place to start as it’s goof proof to apply.
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