Elizabeth Arden Rose Aurora Pure Finish Bronze Powder Review & Swatches

The new Elizabeth Arden Rose Aurora Pure Finish Bronze Powder offers an easy way to get your sunkissed glow on this Summer and the packaging it comes in isn’t to shabby either lids.

Housed in a rose gold compact with a floral imprint on the cover this elegant little bronzer definitely offers a bit of wow for the packaging junkies out there. You already know what a junkie I am when it comes to pretty packaging and these make me swoon in delight.

These bronzers come in three shade selections so you can go from a soft glow to a deeper one depending on your choice of colors.

The soft, silky powder blends seamlessly into skin and leaves behind just the right amount of glow without looking muddy or too sparkly. I find they give just the right amount of a deep, warm glow to skin like that you’d get the day after a a warm day in the sun but obviously provide a safer way to get that look.

I’m not a huge bronze powder fan in all honesty but I find Pure Finish Bronze Powder fairly easy to work with and just a fine dusting along my temples, under my cheek bones, and down the bridge of my nose proves a healthy glow but not an overwhelming “I’m terribly tanned” look.

Soft Radiance, Warm Radiance, Deep Radiance

Deep Radiance

Warm Radiance

Soft Radiance

You might want to check these out if finely milled, subtly glowing bronzing powders are your deal.

Available now at Elizabeth Arden counters or online at www.elizabetharden.com


This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR.
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  • 5/1/12 19:16 KC:

    Ok these look gorgeous! I would love to see what it looks like on you! :)


    • 5/2/12 9:01 the Muse:

      def will fotd kc ;D


  • 5/2/12 22:34 Becca:

    Beautiful! I’ve never tried any Elizabeth Arden bronzers, but these look lovely. And of course, the pretty packaging doesn’t hurt either…


  • 5/5/12 14:06 Ruthless:

    I was really pleased with EA on this, mostly I think of it as an “old lady” brand but the powders and packaging were very pretty


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