|The box that houses this bronzer is beyond charming.|
My love for Rouge Bunny Rouge continues with this review of the Bronzing Glow Powder in Netherway Cove. Retailing for $49 at www.beautyhabit.com, this bronzer has surpassed my expectations, swiftly replacing the remainder of my Guerlain Terracotta Bronzer #01 in the precious high-rent real estate of my cosmetics bag.
It comes in a lovely plastic compact with a generous mirror.
This bronzer is a matte (yet, somehow glowing) brown with no perceptible shimmer and possesses a very believable olive, rather than orange, undertone.
|Rouge Bunny Rouge Bronzing Glow Powder in Netherway Cove in direct sunlight, first swatched lightly, then heavily.|
|Rouge Bunny Rouge Bronzing Glow Powder in Netherway Cove in the shade...swatched lightly, then heavily.|
As demonstrated by the comparison swatches above and below, the Gueralain Terracotta is a bit thicker in texture than the Edward Bess Ultra Luminous Bronzer in Daydream, which has some shimmer and is a bit more russet in tone. The Rouge Bunny Rouge is the most "olive brown" of the three, as well as being shimmer free and extremely silky in texture...it just melts into and becomes "one" with the skin.
|Rouge Bunny Rouge Bronzing Glow Powder in hollow of cheekbones...this bronzer is excellent for subtle contouring while giving the appearance of a light tan!|
Bottom Line: The Rouge Bunny Rouge Bronzing Glow Powder in Netherway Cove is nothing short of amazing...the pure bronzed look it yields, all while avoiding shimmer, oxidation and the dreaded "orange effect" is sensational. Highly recommended to achieve luminous bronzing, believable natural contouring and an overall natural, healthy glow, all without the harmful effects of the sun!