Jane Iredale Bronzer – Sunbeam*

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So, I don’t think that I could want it to be Spring, any more than I do right now! In the past week I’ve had snow, insane amounts of wind and rain, and it’s currently freezing. I’ve also been living mainly on hot chocolates as a means of staying toasty – which is probably the last thing I should be doing in my pursuit of effortlessly glowing skin!

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Thankfully though, Jane Iredale has made hiding my hot drink misdemeanours with their new bronzer in Sunbeam. A mix of subtle pinks and taupes it’s a seriously versatile little thing, which can be used as a bronzer, a highlighter, a blush and even eyeshadow, so it’s perfect if you’re looking for a bit of a multi-tasker!

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Like all of Jane Iredale’s bronzers, Sunbeam comes as a refill which you just pop into the compact. I love the fact that you just buy the compact once, then refill it as you go along. It’s an easy eco-friendly little change to your makeup bag!

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Sunbeam itself is a buttery smooth powder, which adds a radiant warmth to skin. The top coral shade adds life to pale cheeks, and swirled together, it makes the most perfect blush. Since I’m so pale, I can’t use Sunbeam as an all-over bronzer, but I pick the shades up individually as shadows and highlighters, and they add the perfect amount of subtle radiance.

Jane Iredale Sunbeam Bronzer is priced at £29.95 for the refill and it’s available here

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