Four Seasons, Powder Matte, and Powder Glow are three different textures that Maybelline Dream Sun Bronzing Powder will be available in for Summer 2013.
A faux glow is always the safest way to go for glowing Summer skin and Maybelline Dream Sun Bronzing Powder is not only easy to use but easy on your budget too.
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Maybelline Dream Sun Bronzing Powder ($8.99) will be available through May 2013 only (no worries though, most drugstores won’t run out of them that quickly).
These limited edition bronzing disks are available in a range of finishes and shades. Each compact weights in at 0.34 oz in size but the compact isn’t one of those massive CD compacts. These are a smaller blusher size compact that travels easily.
Dream Sun Bronzing Powder Four Seasons is a multi-tonal palette the create a more customized bronzed look so you can easily choose how dark or light you want to go with your look. This is a traditional bronze shade of tan with a softer orange undertone. It has a drier, dense texture that allows you to easily build color without over doing it. It produces a radiant just out of the sun glow that’s quite natural and wears for a solid eight hours without fading.
Dream Sun Bronzing Powder Matte is a similar texture to Four Seasons but in a darker shade of bronze tan. The matte finish is drier and dense but picks up color easily with a kabuki. It will work well on oily skin as it contains no glitter or shimmer and produces a more natural sunkissed glow.
And lasting Dream Sun Bronzing Powder Glow offers a touch of shimmer. This a very deep bronze shade with absolutely no orange elements. The shimmer makes it the easier to wear for me out of the three and the texture is a little softer and silkier in comparison. I find swiping onto cheek bones with a fan brush on top of a little pink cheek stain produces a very natural glow on my face without looking orange-y or unnatural.
Glow, Matte, Four Seasons
No matter your bronzer poison Maybelline has a formula for you! These are an inexpensive way to enjoy a radiant glow. Honestly, in my experience with them they are comparable to many higher ends and even the MAC Bronzers that just recently released with the Summer 2013 Collection!