|Sunrise Fair is ideal for fair to light skin.|
The Beach Matte Baked Hydrating Bronzer ($33) I sampled was their lightest shade in Sunrise Fair. This was subtle, neutral cool beige-brown that has hydrating extracts and antioxidants. The result is a very smooth textured powder that clings wonderfully to the skin to deliver a great natural glow. What else I liked was that I could use this product to contour my face also.
|This one has dual uses for the face and body.|
The Baked Body Frosting Face & Body Glow that I experimented with next was in Tahitian Glow. This is a gorgeous baked bronze, pink, tan and cream shade swirled together for the ultimate pearly luminosity. This versatile bronzing powder also has skin-loving ingredients like antioxidants and white tea extracts to help it thrive without any harmful mineral oil or parabens. By the way, this $45 compact is huge and 0.70 oz. and comes with a puff.
|On the left is the Baked Body Frosting with the Beach Matte on the right.|
Just like the Beach Matte, this is a bronzer that is easy to build up. My preference is to use a big brush when I did my face and the puff for the body. You can use it dry for a more delicate, healthy glow or wet for a deeper cast like you just returned from vacation on a tropical beach somewhere.
Honestly, I thought both of these bronzers were wonderful in their separate ways. Depending on my mood and purpose, it was really a toss up of which one that I loved more.
Have you tried Laura Geller Beach Matte or Baked Body Frosting bronzers yet? If not, check them out because you’ll love the beauty they can provide.