A Gorgeous Glow with COLLECTION

I am still getting used to the lighting in my new room, which is a bit of a nightmare. Anyway, despite the photos not doing these products much justice, I still thought I would share them with you. I am such a glow getter as of late, I just fall in love with everything and anything, beauty wise, that provides a gorgeous summer glow. I am very pale so can never achieve a natural glow, hence falling in love with every product that promises a radiant, glowy complexion. I also must add that I am usually a cream blush kinda girl, but since being introduced to these COLLECTION Gorgeous Glow (£2.99)* blush and bronzer bricks I have been truly converted to the #PowderPosse.

An image of the COLLECTION Cosmetics Gorgeous Glow bricks
So, on the left we have the bronzer brick and on the right the blusher brick, which I am assuming are both similar takes on the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Bricks - not that I am complaining about that. There is something about shimmer bricks I love, the swirlyness of colour is always so lovely and they are so warming on the skin. I find these provide more depth to the cheeks in comparison to single shades. I tend to use the blusher brick in the day, which is a lovely dusky shade that catches the light in all the right places; however if I am going out in the evening, I will use a mix of them both: the bronzer to sculpt out my cheekbones and then the blusher on the top - super shimmery and gorgeous.

a picture of a Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick dupe
Now, I have to apologise with the below image as I took it at a different time, which means I have swatched them in the wrong order... *blogger fail*. They don't look as shimmery here, but I think that's because the camera cannot catch the shimmer in the same way as if you were moving under natural light (blush on the left, bronzer on the right).

Aren't they lovely? I haven't put these down since I got them as they really help me and my skin transition into the warmer weather. There is nothing quite like warm and radiant skin in the summer, is there?

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