I love the Urban Decay Beached Bronzer palm tree design
OK, I’ve decided to call this ‘Bronzer Week’ (in my head) and, after praising profusely the utterly amazing (but an-arm-and-a-leg expensive) Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Powder and YSL Les Sahariennes Sun-Kissed Blur Perfector, today I’m going to share with you my thoughts on the new Urban Decay Beached Bronzer in Sun-Kissed (obsessed much?).
Yes, yes, I needed another bronzer like a hole in the head, but…
First of all, on a scale of body part expensiveness (???), this only cost me like… a hand (= $28), so at least I’m still able to walk.
Second of all… A bronzer that is called ‘Beached’ and has a palm tree design on the lid? Well, as a lover of sand, the ocean, and all things California, I could hardly resist it, so…
Sure, Urban Decay, have a little more of my money.
Why, you ask?
Well, mainly because of the shade. I mean, I do like its sheer but buildable formula, and the fact that it blends easily and doesn’t look overly powdery on the skin, but its shade is what really sets it apart from the rest of my collection.
With its peachy-pink undertone, I think it would please even the palest cool-toned beauties out there. I’m not cool-toned, but without the aid of some sort of bronzing concoction I’m pretty damn pale, and the Urban Decay Beached Bronzer in Sun-Kissed looks oh-so-natural on my complexion.
If you’re usually afraid of bronzers looking too artificial on your über pale skin, give this one a swatch, as I really think you might like it.
If you’re not afraid of bronzers, but want to complete your bronzer wardrobe (?) with a shade you probably don’t already have… Welcome to the club, gurl!
Support group meets every Tuesday at 8pm.
I’ll bring donuts.
Do you use bronzer? Are you as obsessed with it as I am? And have you ever been to California? If so, where?