Sunday, 9 October 2016

Cocoa Brown ROSE GOLD Goddess Oil

A few weeks back the lovely ladies at Cocoa Brown HQ sent me out a personalised bottle of the new limited edition Rose Gold Goddess Oil to try out. I was super excited because I am such a huge fan of the original golden goddess. To this day, my review of it is my most read blog post EVER!! 
As expected I have been loving the Rose Gold version and it gives a totally different but equally as stunning effect as the original one. I have had a crazy amount of weddings and nights out over the past few weeks and it just gives that finishing touch to your tan. 

I wear my Rose Gold Goddess Oil pretty much all over my body. I vary application techniques depending on the area. For example, when applying it to my cheekbones I dab it on with either a dampened beauty blender or my oval Cocoa Brown brush. For best results on my decolletage, shoulders, arms and legs I squeeze a small amount out onto my tanning mitt and then I use the oval shaped Cocoa Brown brush to dab it where I want to shimmer and shine. It gives the most gorgeous deep golden sparkle which is perfect for the Autumn months and the Christmas party season!

If it's good enough for Khloe Kardashian then it's good enough for me...

So earlier today team Cocoa Brown made a very exciting announcement at Marissa's Masterclass in Bunratty. They have added an Ice Goddess to their infamous metallic shimmering dry body oil family. It looks like it will be gorgeous. I mean just look at the shimmer off of Marissa's cheekbones above...they are glowing!

It doesn't stop there as The Goddess Collection set will also be hitting shelves soon and will be retailing at €17.95. It contains the original Golden Goddess, the Rose Gold Goddess and the new addition Ice Goddess. I have a feeling this will be very high on a lot of Christmas wish lists this year. 

Are you a Cocoa Brown fan? I would love to know your thoughts on the Rose Gold Goddess Oil.



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