A pleasant day to all! today I will share you my GOSH BRONZING POWDER IN NATURAL GLOW review!
After a new found love for bronzers, I decided it was time to play around with some inexpensive offerings from the high street. I have never paid them much attention before now so it was a bit of a shock to discover the sheer number of bronzers available
GOSH has a few different powder bronzers in their range, and I was extremely tempted by the buttery soft texture of the Giant Sun Powder when I swatched it in store, but I settled for the Bronzing Powder due to the less intimidating size (the Giant Sun Powder contains 28g of product!) and shimmer free finish.
Natural Glow is a true golden brown bronzing bronzer. I was genuinely taken back by its warmth when I first swatched it, but when compared against other bronzers, it almost appears cool toned in their presence. I am not an expert on bronzers by any means but I believe the less orange the bronzer the better? Anyhow it has a subtly glowy finish – which, in all honesty, doesn’t look too different from a matte finish when applied to the skin – and gives my sallow yellow/olive skin-tone some warmth without looking dirty or fake. The powder texture is very fine, quite soft, and applies smoothly and evenly. Despite the powder being soft, it is not dusty, and does not look powdery on the skin. It wears well throughout the day and doesn’t oxidise on my combination-oily skin. This is by far my favourite out of my inexpensive bronzer purchases. I am actually surprised by how much I enjoy using it.
Ingredients: Talc, CI 77019, Polydimethyl Siloxane, Nylon-12, Dimethicone, Undecylenoyl Glycine, Isodecyl Neopentanoate, Capryloyl Glycine, Silica, CI 77492, CI 77499, Dimethiconol, Lauroyl Lysine, CI 77491, Dimethyl Cyclosiloxane.
I am wearing Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection concealer, GOSH Driftwood eyeshadow quad on the eyes, Revlon Grow Luscious mascara, MAC Alpha Girl Beauty Powder on cheeks, Topshop Prism Cheeks to highlight, and finally GOSH Bronzing Powder in a 3 shape from forehead/temples, to cheekbones, to under the jaws.