martes, 22 de enero de 2013


Hello hello!!

Today I’m going to bring you my new BRONZING POWDER is from TOUS COLORS and I really really like it Im gonna explain the product

Compacts are plastic silver mirror (get super-dirty) with mirror included. They contain 10 grams of product and have an expiration date of 36 months.

My colour is the BRONZING BEAR 02 and it seems like you have been tanned but not too dark. And i think its perfect to give your skin a little bit of colour if you have a pale face.


1.Choose a bronzer. Since the purpose of a bronzer is to darken the complexion subtly, the one you choose will depend on your skin tone as well as how dramatic a change you're looking for. Generally, it should be only a few shades darker than your real skin tone. Test a little on the clean skin of your face to make sure it "warms" your skin tone without making it look fake.

  • If you have fair skin, look for a honey-colored bronzer; for a medium complexion, choose a rose-bronze or gold flecked bronzer; dark skin is best enhanced with a tawny or amber bronzer.
  • Pinker bronzers tend to suit blondes, while more orange bronzers tend to look better on brunettes. See Warnings.
2.Choose a wide, fluffy powder brush with a rounded top. If it's too small and stiff, it will give blotchy results. If you are going to spend money on a brush, choose sable. Generally natural fibers are best.

3.Apply base powder. Since oil or moisture on the skin can cause bronzer to streak, apply a small amount of powder first as a base. Don't apply any foundation because it can make your bronzer look "muddy." If your skin is dry, apply a sheer moisturizer evenly before applying the base powder, or consider using cream, stick or liquid bronzers instead.

4.Swirl the brush evenly in the bronzer. A little is all that's needed. To ensure an even application, tap off any excess bronzer. You can also rub the brush in to a cleantissue to get rid off any excess.

5.Apply bronzer to the areas of the face the sun would naturally hit. Using very light strokes, first apply the bronzer to the top of the forehead, working down the nose and along the cheeks. Build up the color gradually, so you get exactly the shade you want. You could also try applying a small amount to the chin.

6.Check the bronzer in daylight. Make sure it's not too heavy. Look for streaks. If too much bronzer is applied, blend the bronzer down evenly with a cotton pad or apply a little more base powder. If it still doesn't look right, you will have to take some off and start again.

BTW don't forget to buy the  February edition of GLAMOUR MAG. Here in Spain Emma Watson is one the cover.


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