I'll try to ignore the horrible, rainy weather we've been having today in Sarajevo and I shall do my best to focus on three interesting beauty things from Avon that I've been testing. I must say that they've all turned out differently than I anticipated by browsing the brochures. Let us start with the newest version of the much celebrated and much loved bronzing pearls. At the beginning of this month I've reviewed the Avon Ideal Flawless Colour Correcting Pearls which mimic the effect of the iconic Guerlain Meteorites. In a nutshell, that's a finishing powder which offers a subtle enhancing effect, perfecting the overall look of your complexion. Avon Bronzing Pearls are a warm, very wearable bronzer in pearl-form. There was only one shade available (Bronzed) and apparently, two more are added (Pink Bronze and Deepest Bronze) thus extending the range. I've tested Avon Glow Bronzing Pearls in Pink Bronze (22g currently cost approx $6) and I'd say that they're neither a bronzer, nor a finishing powder - but a bit of both + an effect a light blusher would have. Packaging is familiar with a golden, summery logo on the lid. Inside you get two shades of lightly scented pearls (only noticeable from the jar). Both nuances are peachy in nature, one being more peachy and pigmented whilst the other shade of pearls is more sheeny and light pink/peachy in tone. Together they can be used as a blush on the cheekbones or all over the face to add some sheen and warmth. They would be more noticeable on a lighter skin tone than mine and, generally, I would recommend Pink Bronze to light/fair skin tones as they would get the best color payoff. Medium and darker skin tones might get a light illuminating effect. Longevity is very good, an entire working day on me.
Pokusati cu ignorisati grozno kisovito vrijeme u kojem 'uzivamo' danas u Sarajevu i fokusirati cu se na interesantna tri kozmeticka noviteta iz Avona koja sam testirala u posljednje vrijeme. Moram priznati da su sva tri...