I can’t believe the Givenchy Summer Makeup Collection 2010 is sitting on my desk today. Its all so fast now. Spring is just now peeking up and I’m on to Summer 2010?
It can’t be.
But tis true, Summer arrives early in the land of beauty blogs and Givenchy Summer Makeup Collection 2010 arrives soonish at Sephora (starting May) so I guess its time to tell you all about it so you can start making your wishy lists!
Soap and Glory takes on bronzer this year with it’s new Solar Power…ahem I mean Solar Powder Bronzer. Whatcha think? Bronzer lover?
I’m not. Last year, I kinda discovered the joy of a nice bronzer but for the most part I’m not so fab at application plus I don’t like bronzers that are brown and matte looking, which is the case with most.
Soap and Glory Solar Powder Bronzer is available at Targets at the moment and I was all up for testin’ it. Hey, I love me some Soap and Glory so far be it for me to say no to a bronzer by the brand!
Dudes, wanna pick out people with bad tans?
Like my personal favs are Will Farrell, Napoleon Perdis, and Donatella Versace.
I swear I’m not being harsh but sometimes some folk look awful crispy don’t they?
If you’re wanting a bit of a golden glow minus the crisp you can check out the new Milani Tantastic Face and Body Baked Bronzer.
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.
Jump it for the deets.