April 24, 2017

BareMinerals Invisible Glow & Invisible Bronze Powders

Summer is just around the corner, and who says summer says tan and luminous skin. But there's no need to roast your skin under the harsh uv rays when there's so many good bronzing powders and highlighters out there! Well, bareMinerals has launched four new bronzers and four new highlighters recently, and I fell head over heels for one of them!

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BareMinerals Invisible Glow Bronze Powders Bronzing Highlighter Tan Review Photos Swatches

BareMinerals Invisible Glow Bronze Powders

Available in 4 shades (in both formulas) :

Fair To Light
Medium
Tan
Dark To Deep

BareMinerals Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter Tan Review

BareMinerals Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter Tan

BareMinerals Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter Tan Swatch

Let's start off with the Invisible Glow Powder Highlighter. I have the shade 'Tan', a golden peach with a luminous finish.

It looks a bit sparkly when I swatch it on my hand, but the shimmers are less noticeable on my face when I buff the product into my skin. It leaves a pretty sheen on my cheeks! If you prefer an intense highlight though, this powder isn't for you.

With that being said, this color is too dark for me at the moment (I need to start using selft tanner again!). And while the color is quite translucent, it can leave a bit of an orange cast on my pale winter skin. The shade 'Tan' would work best on tan skin tones (I know I'm saying the obvious here, but it is what it is).

BareMinerals Invisible Bronze Bronzing Powder Tan Review

BareMinerals Invisible Bronze Bronzing Powder Tan

BareMinerals Invisible Bronze Bronzing Powder Tan Swatch

Next up is the Invisible Bronze Powder Bronzer, and I loooooove it! The shade I have is 'Tan', a cool brown with subtle pink undertones. It's so perfect!

The finish is slightly luminous, not shimmery or glittery. It's sheer, but pigmented and buildable. The color isn't orange, but not muddy either. And because the formula is a bit powdery (without looking chalky), it's easy to blend and doesn't look streaky. I'm in love!

Oh and in case you were wondering, the color is cooler than Too Faced Matte Bronzing Powder in Chocolate Soleil and Make Up For Ever Pro Bronze Fusion in 20M. Compared to NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna, the finish is much less shimmery and the color is darker. It can get as dark as TheBalm Bronzer in Bahama Mama if I apply more product, but the bareMinerals bronzer has some subtle pink undertones that the TheBalm bronzer doesn't have.

It's everything I wanted the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Bronzers to be, need I say more?

BareMinerals Invisible Glow Bronze Powders Tan Review

The bareMinerals Invisible Glow & Invisible Bronze powders retail for $35 CAD for 7g and are available at Sephora, Nordstrom, Ulta and bareMinerals.

(I received these products in order to evaluate them and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)

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