Tuesday 19 November 2013

Nars Laguna Bronzer

 As mentioned in the weekend post, I managed to browse the beauty hall without hitting MAC on the Friday, I instead headed to the Nars stand. Its a known fact that I've wanted the bronzer in laguna for literally 3 years, but could never bring myself to pay the hefty price tag. My mum however said, if its a product which I'm going to wear a lot then its worth while and she got it me for Christmas. My mum is fab! She told me I'm not allowed to touch it but I sneakily got a picture of the box....

Now I only have 35 sleeps until I can try this goddess for good actually on my face. I am expecting practically amazing things and I think my mum also is with the price tag - I said she can borrow it! I was going to get a combined palette but they have a lot less product in and I felt like I would just be getting It for the sake of it. So I decided to just stick with the bronzer, as you can its from Selfridges and was £26. I think this is a very hefty price tag but I know it will literally last me for years and I don't wear bronzer heavy just a light swipe over my cheekbones to give them a healthy glow. I do wear it more heavier in summer popping a dust all over the face but in winter I just stick to defining the underneath of the cheekbones. I swatched it on my hand when I was at the counter and its give a lovely high pigmented neutral bronzy colour with the tinniest bit of shimmer to add to the glow.

I am very excited that I finally have this and can not wait to try it. I was looking around at a lot of other Nars products and they have some very nice looking things. As I stated in my other post I am trying to venture away from MAC just a little bit and look into the wider beauty market. So I think this shows I was a successful, although it is kind of cheating considering how long I have wanted this for.

So I hope your having a good start to the week and if this bronzer is not already on your list for Christmas I suggest you add it!


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