Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Urban Decay Beached Bronzer

Just in time for Summer one of my all time favourite makeup brands Urban Decay launched a new collection entitled #UDGetaway.
It contained One And Done, a hybrid complexion perfector which is available in six shades and three stunning highlighter powders in Sin, Aura and Fireball. It also contained two new 24/7 Glide On Pencils and two stunning matte bronzers in the shades Sunkissed and Bronzed. I have lots of posts planned to share my purchases from the collection with you all.

For the past week or so I have been using the Urban Decay Beached Bronzer in Bronzed pretty much everyday as both a sculpting shade and as a matte brown eyeshadow. It makes the perfect transition shade and it equally gorgeous used all over as a one colour eyeshadow for a quick and easy eye makeup look. A few weeks ago I attended an Urban Decay masterclass in Mahon Point Shopping Centre where leading makeup artist Danielle Roberts explained how sculpting and strobing have replaced highlighting and contouring. 

Sculpting and strobing gives a much more natural finish and it is so much easier and quicker to achieve. I use my Urban Decay Beached Bronzer underneath my cheeks to add definition, on my temples to make my forehead appear smaller and along the sides of my nose to make it appear slimmer. I swatched the shade Sunkissed on the back of my hand and it disappeared into my skin. Granted I was wearing fake tan but it didn't show up at all. However it would be perfect for someone who is quite pale or me when I have no tan on. As I wear tan almost everyday I opted for the Bronzed shade and it is just such a lovely product to work with. It is super pigmented, it has no orange undertones and it blends really easily. The pan itself is actually quite large so it is definitely worth the €29.00.

You can find the Urban Decay Beached Bronzer and all of the #UDGetaway collection in your local Debenhams and online here.



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