Jane Iredale ‘The Good Glow’ Summer Collection 2016*

Jane Iredale’s Summer Collection 2016* kisses your complexion with a bronzed radiance of epic proportions. This collection features three redesigned fan-favorite bronzers with a multi-purpose function that deposits luminous shades of bronze across the face, and a Lipdrink Lip Balm SPF 15 that protects your pout with a sheer wash of color. “The Good Glow” collection encapsulates the tan glow of summer, without the sun.

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The Bronzers feature four strips of shades that can be used individually or blended together. Their formula is delightfully silky and blends beautifully into the skin. Whether you desire a sheer wash of color or a bolder pop, the bronzers can build to your desired effect, while still remaining natural looking. Finely milled shimmer creates a luminous lit-from-within glow. The three bronzers are equally exceptional in performance, with excellent wear-time.

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Moonglow™ Golden Bronzer – warm golden shades*
Rose Dawn™ Bronzer – cool pink/bronze shades*
Sunbeam™ Bronzer – luminous pink/copper shades*

Swatches below show each shade individually applied, while the fifth swatch (right) shows all shades blended together.

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Rose Dawn features a selection of cool-toned pinks and bronzes. I enjoy using Rose Dawn as a blush for a fresh and flattering pop of color. The combo of shades, when used individually creates a complete eye look. I adore these pink shades on the eyes, to make my green eyes really pop. They blend like a dream, with little to no effort.

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Sunbeam’s warm-toned pink and copper tones are wonderfully flattering on my skin tone.  These shades would work beautifully as a bronzer for paler complexions. This one has been my go-to blush, to brighten and warm up my complexion.

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The Moonglow Bronzer sculpts and highlights the face with a warm, golden radiance. It a true bronze shade that creates a believable tan. I like to pick up the two darker shades in the palette and contour areas of the face to add dimension. The two lighter shades I use as a highlight, applying it to the brow bone, down the bridge of the nose, cheekbones, and onto the cupid’s bow for a golden glimmer.

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Jane Iredale Lipdrink SPF15 in Flirt is a sheer and flattering soft pink shade with a subtle sheen. It wears like a balm and intensely hydrates with a combination of nourishing oils. The shade can be layered for more intensity. I love it in the summertime for a light pop of color, comfortable wear, and SPF protection.

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Makeup Rundown:

Face: For the base of my bronzed look, I used Moonglow’s two darker tones to sculp and bronze, and the two lighter shades to highlight.

Cheeks: I used Sunbeam Bronzer (swirling my brush across the entire pan) for a pop of color applied to the apples of my cheeks.

Eyes: To makeup my green eyes pop, I used the Rose Dawn Palette. I used the first shade (as seen in the image above) all over the lid and into the crease, then applied the deeper second shade into the crease. To highlight the inner corner of my eyes and brow bone, I used the lighter two shades from the Moonglow Bronzer.

Lips: Im wearing the Lipdrink in Flirt on the lips, with the Moonglow Bronzer’s lighter shade to highlight the cupid’s bow and onto the center of my bottom lip.

Shop the collection in the links below:

janeiredale.com citrinenaturalskin.com beauty.com nordstrom.com

*press sample- all thoughts expressed are unique and true to my personal experience, as always
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One Response to Jane Iredale ‘The Good Glow’ Summer Collection 2016*

  1. You always feature brands I’m not familiar with. Love your work, Taylor. Widens my knowledge that’s for sure 🙂

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