Before this Thursday the Sephora store opens in Zurich, I would like to introduce you three new products, which I have tested.
Made in Sephora – Sun Disk
“This compact tanning powder is available in 3 shades: copper, light and slightly browned. This light powder with pearl effect fuses with the skin and provides maximum effect and shine. It is ideal for women who are looking for a powder that tans the skin at the same time. This practical product can also be used as a rouge and thanks to its integrated mirror.” (source: Sephora)
This Bronzer is huge and as I find also super pretty. Application is successful. The different shades combine on the skin. It depends on the skin tone, whether it fits or not. I am satisfied with it
Made in Sephora – Beauty Amplifier – Perfecting Glow Primer
“A luminizing gel primer that can be used as a traditional primer, mixed with foundation, or used as a luminizer/strobing product on top of your foundation for certain areas of the face.
This multipurpose luminizing formula is infused with light reflecting pearls. It creates a flawless canvas for makeup application and extends the wear of your look, but can also be mixed with foundations and moisturizers for an allover glow. It can also be worn over makeup as a luminizer/strobing product.” (source: Sephora)
This product comes white from the tube and has small dark pearls in it. They develop into a brown-orange color on the skin.
As already mentioned, the shade is nothing for me. When it is still moist, it is brown, dried (on the back of the hand) it is orange. I also do not see the luminous particles. Therefore no recommendation for this product.
Made in Sephora – Brush cleaning sponge
“A dry, makeup-removing sponge that allows you to switch colors without having to switch brushes.
Inspired by a common makeup artist dilemma of how remove powder product from brushes without the drying time of a liquid brush cleaner, this sponge offers a dry alternative. The special material allows you to remove pigment from your brushes without brush cleaner formula. Simply swipe the brush over the sponge until pigment is removed and move on to the next color. The sponge is completely reusable and can be cleaned by washing it with warm water and soap or it can be sprayed with disinfecting brush cleaner for a quick cleanse.” (source: Sephora)
A cool idea as I think, especially for the eye-make-up, where we work regularly with different shades. For this I find it also super practical, the eyeshadow powder lands on the sponge and thus not on the skin.
How do you like the Sephora products? Do you already know her?