Aaannd, more droppers from CoverFX suited for Summer 2016 – CoverFX Custom Enhancer Drops.
Highlight, strobe, or beach-bronze yourself with one of six shimmering shades:
As with the Company’s many dropper-ed lineup, these are simply added to whatever liquid product you own and want to pair them with. So layer on your luminosity to your heart’s content – its Summer time, after all. Time to go with the glow!
Other CoverFX product posts here!
When Spring arrives, so do all the new tanning products generally – I’ve definitely seen them taking a front seat in stores lately, but I haven’t seen this in-store quite yet. You can, however, get it at Boots online (link with the photo.)
Rimmel’s In-Shower Tan is taking a nod from a few other high-end tanner brands, who offer something akin to the in-shower moisturizers of the last year or two. The idea is that you can apply while taking a shower, only to be left with a several-day bronze glow…and a few more minutes in the day (since you could do this during your usual routine.)
The Rimmel product is a “1 minute express” lotion designed to deliver a sunkissed glow within just a few hours. It’s streak-free, faux-tan-scent-free (that’s always nice!) and buildable.
The reviews didn’t look stellar, but I came across ReallyRee’s thoughts on the rinse-off and she seemed to enjoy it. And anyway, it IS safer than baking too long in the sun!
The number of brands joining the cushion party is astounding…although I can’t say surprising! I’ve written countless posts about the influence of Asian skincare (here, here, here, aaaand here, as a few examples) and color cosmetics, and the trend(s) just keep forging ahead.
L’Oreal is taking a step beyond just foundations and color correction (two areas that are becoming increasingly more saturated.) Their Instagram page showed a sneak peak of six sassy, Spring-infused blush shades, suggesting that they will be rolling out worldwide shortly:
- P1 Pink Fantasy
- P2 Pink Romance
- P3 Rose Affair
- C1 Sunkissed Coral
- C2 Sunset Coral
- F1 Fuchsia Flush
The word is that they are less creamy than they are “watery,” but I think with any cushion product, you do get a lighter, sheerer texture in general. For me, that’s a nice thing because I don’t like to be heavy-handed – buildable is always a nice thing, as with such control, you can fully create the intensity you are looking for. It’s nice to have a natural, lit-from-within glow…isn’t it?