Urban Decay’s Baked Bronzer
A bronzer gives you a nice toasty glow without the threat of skin damage.
May I introduce, Urban Decay’s “baked” bronzers!
Urban Decay’s “baked” bronzers are literally baked in an Italian oven on a tiny terra cotta disc for 24 hours, then hand-finished by a factory full of motherly Italian women. The result is an ultra-smooth, sheer-finish bronzer that can be used wet or dry and always goes on streak-free.
Apply dry with a fat brush (like Urban Decay’s Good Karma Big Buddha Brush) for a light dusting of summer sun, or use it wet with a sponge for a deeper St. Tropez shade. Because the formula is cooked, not pressed, the powder returns to a micro-fine feel after being wet – without glazing!
Baked: bronze and golden shimmer
Toasted: matte -if you want to keep the shimmer away
New! Gilded: bronze shimmer with veins of gold (great for fair skin)
Coverage is streak-free, and gives your skin a beautiful natural glow. And like all of Urban Decay’s products, you can either “love it or leave it” and return the product in 45 days for a full refund. The Baked Bronzer retails for $24 at Urban Decay.
P.S. Urban Decay is looking for smokin’ hot new looks created entirely of vegan-approved products. (Mo and Decorative Diva, I am thinking of you)! Selected winners will receive a gift certificate for $50 to use on UrbanDecay.com, and hey—just for entering, they will give you free shipping on your next order. Enter at the Urban Decay website before 7.31.08.
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