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Lancome Star Bronzer Magic Bronzing Brush – LOVE

There are those of you out there who are not fans of the glittery bronzer. If you count yourself among those numbers, turn back now! If not, welcome to a whole new world of one-click bronzing. At €39, this isn’t …

Thu, May 26, 2011, 12:30

   

There are those of you out there who are not fans of the glittery bronzer. If you count yourself among those numbers, turn back now! If not, welcome to a whole new world of one-click bronzing.

At €39, this isn’t the cheapest bronzer you’ll ever buy – but it is one of the handiest. No longer will you have to battle with bronzer and bronzing brush (my other choices are Benefit’s Dallas and Mac’s 138 brush, FYI) at the bottom of your handbag; with one click, the magic bronzing brush throws out some powder that you can then buff along areas you want to highlight. I like to do a bit of cheekbone, brow bone and clavicle. But be warned! A lot of powder comes out, and it does feel a little bit wasteful.

But it gets a firm thumbs up from me, and three weeks later, I haven’t made so much as a dint in the supply. Long may it last! What do you think? Have you tried Lancome‘s bronzing products?

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