Redpoint‘s Rejuvenating Bronzing Silk comes in a gorgeous red compact. I love the weight of it, luxury, finery whatever you call the things you love, this is it. I’ve used the bronzing powder a few times for the purpose of this test but truth be told, I generally use bronzing powder in the dead of winter when I haven’t gotten any sun rays.
This comes from working for some rich ladies during my time in NYC. They always looked pale in the summer, like they’d been spending all their summer time on a covered porch or air conditioned museum. Just a hint of just pinched color on their cheeks.
In the winter, these same women looked sun kissed and golden from cruises and lavish, tropical trips. There’s something about looking totally out of place that’s quite attractive and intriguing to me.
As for the color, I’m a medium tone and love the color, it’s a nice natural tan look without the effort of actually tanning. The compact is packaged with a kabuki brush for a streak free application… thumbs down on the brush made of natural hair.
Redpoint’s Rejuvenating Bronzing Silk & Kabuki Brush sell for $38
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