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#MAKEUP | A get - up - and - go (VEGAN) bronzer

I. Want. It. All.
Thats will probably be your words too after you view the Dusty Girls site. Sorry in advance ;)
I got sent this bronzer by the dusty girls makeup team and i am glad i got to check it out! 
It warms my heart more than anything to be able to discover a brand that i want to recommend to my readers! 

Thats why bloggers are so great and i love reading blogs because brands you may never of even heard of get a little exposure! I cant say i have a bronzer like this already in my makeup collection and it is...rather large!


A few swatches just so you can see the colour on skin. It glides on real smooth and blends out well.

it is SOOOO pigmented!
a little goes a long way for sure.

For me it is a get up and go bronzer because it is like a blush, bronzer and highlighter all in one.
pop it on and you will look sunkissed and ready for the world!

It does have some shimmer in it and is very tan/orangey in its tone. So it gives you the perfect sun kissed bronze look with cheeks that appear to have orange blush too.
I wouldnt advise putting it on the temples or elsewhere, just to the apples of the cheeks.

Use a little bit and then build it up!
No chemicals ladies! It is all natural and vegan which means our skin will be a lot less agitated and a lot more healthier :)
I also got a kabuki brush to help with the application which i felt was a little bit too big to dip in with the product, so what i did was use a smaller brush to apply it and then use this brush to blend it out. Very very workable bristles that feel super smooth and blends out perfectly.

I think it will be great to take on holidays cos of the size.


To shop or view the listed above visit : www.dustygirls.com

xoxo


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