Sunday, May 15, 2016

MAC Golden Rinse Studio Sculpt Defining Bronzing Powder-Vibe Tribe

I love bronzers but with my pale skin have to be careful not to look overdone, too dark or muddy. Deep bronzers don't work as well for me unless it's just for contour. So I like finding a lighter shaded one like MAC's Golden Rinse Studio Sculpt Defining Bronzing Powder .

Part of the Vibe Tribe collection, Golden Rinse is light enough that I can use it all over . It still has plenty of depth and color ( the shade on your face it very close to what is in the pan) but it's not super dark. You get a terracotta glow and I do use a light hand with it and blend well.  There is a slight pearlescence but not heavy shimmer. MAC calls it "light brick reddish bronze with fine shimmer".

I'm a fan of the Studio Sculpt powders , I have a couple of the regular ones. They are light and look barely there on skin while adding some dimension and are never cakey.

Vibe Tribe also has coordinating brushes and shown is 125SE a dual natural/synthetic that has a nice edge for getting into cheekbones or across the tops of them.

MAC Golden Rinse Studio Sculpt Defining Bronzing Powder is $ 33 .

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