Its finally happened, I’ve got the set and I now have my full ambient lighting family! It’s taken my quite a long time but I am absolutely loving the ambient lighting collection. It all started when the Ambient Lighting Powder came into existence, I jumped on in straight away and got the shade Diffused Light – now this shades looks super white however, it does not cast a whiteness on my face at all. Now this makes my skin look like its airbrushed, it diffuses any fine lines and kind of diffuses my pores which is bloody awesome! Now the next two I added to my collection at the same time, I had been eyeingg off the blushes for quite some time but for some reason I just couldn’t justify the money (this coming from a girl who spent $80 on a lip balm) but when I tested the bronzer I knew I had to have the set. First let’s talk about the blush, this is in the shade Diffused Heat – the light colour powder is the perfect match to Diffused Light so it blends in completely onto the face, the colour is the perfect pinky peach shade which looks stunning on the cheeks at gives me that fresh rosy cheek look. But I tell you what, my absolute favourite out of them all is the new bronzer! I purchased the shade Luminous Bronze Light – these babies are pigmented and I mean PIGMENTED! When I am fake tan free I only need to slightest swipe of this to make a real impact however, when I have got fake tan on I really like to go to town with this to achieve a real bronze goddess look. I just love how this bronzer makes you look alive without being muddy or orangey and it gives you a glow without looking like a disco ball. I love this in winter so now imagine how much I am going to love it in summer! With a combination of the blush and bronzer there is literally now need for any highlighting!
So there is a little insight into my Hourglass Ambient Lighting family, have you tried any or all of these products?
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Ambient Lighting Powder Diffused Light here
Ambient Lighting Blush Diffused Heat here
Ambient Lighting Luminous Bronzer Light here