As the writer for the blog, Hue Knew It, I’m fortunate to be one of the first on the scene at many beauty product launches. As readers of HB and hopefully HKI, you get to know what’s new and what’s happening just before or as these products hit the market. And if you’re so inclined, you might even share your newfound info with friends!
Recently, Physician’s Formula held an event in New York City where they held a comprehensive overview of their bronzers – 13 in all to my surprise. While bronzers haven’t always been tops on the Hue Knew It list of favorite products, celeb makeup artist Joanna Schlip and an executive with the company gave such a compelling presentation that I was moved to rethink my position on bronzers and realized that bronzers really do make a difference to your beauty quotient.
Of the 13 bronzer’s that are manufactured, Bronzer Booster Glow-Boosting Sun Stones ($14.99, ulta.com) made the best impression because it’s made to enhance and extend a natural-looking glow of any skin tone (including the many shades of black women). If, when you first apply this bronzer you don’t think the product is doing much to get your skin glowing, then you can build on it to get your desired look. By the way, don’t be duped by the “sun stones.” The stones give you the look of a smooth loose powder without the mess. Since we all know that the beauty industry is a looks industry, is it any wonder that the packaging which includes a powder puff and a mini bronzer brush with a mirror inside the compact is almost too pretty to use?
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