Now I know we are a bit over Holiday collections but I really couldn't just let this Healthy Glow powder (£46.50) go past without a mention.
Its of course very pretty to look at and mixes
peach/orange bronze tones and pink. I was worried this would be too dark on my
pale skin but though its very buildable, the initial pigment is quite
low, which is good for us pale folk.
I was surprised how much the pink came through, for me this is more of a
blush than a traditional bronzer.
Swatched below L-R:Rouge Bunny Rouge Bronzing Glow Powder At Goldcombe Bay, Guerlain Crazy Terracotta and Dior Nude Tan Paradise Duo in Pink Glow.
It has a satin finish and gives a
lovely very warm pink/peach touch to the skin, certainly living up to its healthy glow name.
The texture feels lightweight and smooth, blending extremely well with
no patchiness on my dry skin and has a good wear time.
The only negative for me is the extremely strong fragrance, there is no
need for such a common irritant in a face product.
I think for light to medium skintones this is an excellent powder for
adding warmth without venturing into ruddy, orange or muddy territory.
I bought this from John Lewis