Friday, September 4, 2009

Review: Laura Geller Balance N Brighten and Bronze N Brighten

I wanted to review a couple of the Laura Geller Baked products that I purchased a few weeks ago. I've been using them daily and so far I'm liking the results.
Balance N Brighten in Fair
I wasn't sure about this when I saw it, the color looked a little too yellow in the container. As with all powder foundations you need to apply in thin layers and using a Kabuki brush is key. I love that this isn't nearly as messy as some of the loose powder mineral foundations I've used. The coverage is nice, it covers the reddness around my nose and on my chin and yet it is sheer enough to look like real skin. I don't need to set it with powder which is another plus and I don't feel like I get any shinier then on days when I do use blot powder. I still use blotting papers and touch up my face in the middle of the day. This is a great product to have on lazy days or to use while traveling.
Bronze N Brighten in Fair
Love this. My container has baked swirls of dark brown, light brown, tan, and pink. I apply with a fluffy powder brush in broad circles around my face. The color is great - not muddy and not orange; perfect for daytime. The color can be applied in several layers for a summer look but I can also apply this in a sheer layer for the winter. Again, this is great to travel with and this will probably be my daily bronzer.

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