There’s a really interesting and unique launch from Illamasqua today. The Illamasqua Colour Correcting Bronzers are unlike any other bronzers I’ve seen before, as they each have a blue streak down the centre of the pans, to help colour correct the skin. Keep on reading to find out more…
“A buildable bronzer duo with colour correcting pigments that help neutralise and balance skin tone. This long-lasting formula provides a natural looking, velvet, sun-kissed glow and helps sculpt, shade and contour your face.
This bronzing duo containing both cool and warm shades that can be used on their own or can be easily blended with the colour correcting pigment to help create a bronzed healthier-looking complexion.“
The Illamasqua Colour Correcting Bronzers are £34 each, and contain 8.5g of product within the iconic, Illamasqua glossy black plastic compact with a mirror inside the lid. The bronzers are available in three different shades;
The Illamasqua Colour Correcting Bronzers are described as being very versatile. They can be used as a bronzer by swirling your brush across all three colours within the pan, and apply to the face as you would with any bronzer.
The green pigment within the centre strip is said to neutralise any redness you may have from rosacea, blemishes or any kind of sensitivity.
The bronzer has also been designed that you can use the three shades individually with a smaller cheek brush, or an eyeshadow brush for applying to the eyes.
Illamasqua recommend applying the lighter shade in the compact on the cheeks first, and use the darker shade to build up intensity for a multidimensional bronzed look.
The Illamasqua Colour Correcting Bronzers look so unique. The pans do look strange with their blue/green streak down the centre, but I’m intrigued, and it’s nice to see something different, instead of brands just launching the same products over and over. You can check out the Illamasqua Colour Correcting Bronzers, right here.
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