47-yr-old, fair-skinned, brown-eyed, blonde-haired and still pretty oily complected looking for a natural bronzed look that is healthy-appearing and long lasting-does not need to be fussed with throughout the day. Would I put this all over my face after my primer, or just in the main "sun-kissed" areas and put my foundation over it? Not very many reviews, although very positive existing ones. Is this more age-appropriate? I heard I am allegedly supposed to wear creme bronzers and not powder ones???
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
on Bronzing Skin Perfector®
I recommend adding a dab to your foundation, and then going over your sun-kissed areas with a little extra after your foundation has set.
answered 11 months ago
I also have very light and oily skin. I think a cream bronzer seems to glide very well over it. I use it over my foundation. I don't suggest using it over your entire face though. I just suggest the forehead, nose, side of your face down to your neck (for blending purposes) and alittle where you would wear blush. It's easier to not use too much rather than powdered bronzer because of the fact that you see the color right out of the tube.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
(Panama City Beach, Fl)
This may be just the thing. It is very smooth and easy to wear. Not at all greasy.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago