Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Vapour Organic Solar Translucent Bronzer

Summer is officially upon us and I thought the perfect review for today would be a product that gives you a bronze glow.

Vapour Organic is a natural and organic makeup line. They make their products using wind power and the packaging is all recyclable. The environment is something that I don't take for granted so when I find a makeup brand that feels the same way it's a win, win. I have bought a few items in the past but I follow them on Facebook and they occasionally have contests to win free products. I was lucky enough to win and they sent me a Solar Translucent Bronzer in the color Simmer.

This bronzer comes in three different shades; mirage for fair skin, simmer for medium skin, and spicy for dark skin. The color is very pigmented but blends out flawlessly.

To use, I find it easiest to warm it up a bit on my hand and then apply the bronzing stick directly on my face. Then just blend with your fingers; no brush required! It's very creamy so it won't smear your foundation but you do want to be careful that you don't overdo it. A little goes a long way and you can always layer. I don't use a blush whenever I use this product because I feel like that would be a slight overkill. The bronze color is pretty enough on it's own.

So what is the overall opinion?

The Good: Can I just say, I'm in love! There are so many good things to say. It's creamy, pigmented, natural, organic, recyclable..the list goes on and on. This is definitely going to be a summer must have.

The Bad: If you have oily skin this might be a slight problem since it's a cream but nothing a little powder or powder bronzer can't fix. It is also quite expensive at $34 for .35oz.

The Verdict: Go and buy this immediately if you are in the market for a cream bronzer and also if you have the funds for it. I am sure that you will love it as much as I do.

I also encourage you to check out their other products as I have yet to try something that I haven't liked.

Have you tried any of their products? If so what did you think and what do you recommend?

I promise I blended it in!

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