Yves Rocher Illuminating Sun Powder

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During the spring, a lot of news was introduced, and I then had a lot of press tests to go through. A product that then ended up in the shadows in my make-up boxes, which I really regret now, it is the incredibly fine powder Yves Rocher Illuminating Sun Powder* which is a pink highlighter!

This highlighter is really so heavenly nice, two thumbs up :)

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This highlighter is pink and also has hints of gold. It is so slightly shimmery that it looks glossy on the skin and not glittery, which I think is an important property.

It is easy to apply, and becomes effective and incredibly nice on the skin without looking unnatural :)

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I apply the highlighter on the cheekbones, chin, cupid's bow, nose tip, corner of the eye, under the brow bone, in the middle of the eyelid and a little in the middle of the forehead. And on the shoulders and collarbones it is magically beautiful too :)

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This is how nice you can highlight your eyes with this, nice and natural, but effective!

But the reason why I regret that I did not blog about this earlier than because the product is currently "temporarily out" on Yvesrocher.se, so it sucks. I only saw it when I finished writing the post and was going to link the product. But I hope it comes in again, it was probably Limited Edition but it says temporarily end so I hope for the best :)

Hugs are ♥

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Helena Amileyhttps://www.imakeyousmile.se
I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!

2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi, Helena. I found your blog through google when I searched for permanent make up. However, I have a question for you before I decide completely. When you tattoo in eyeliner, does it bleach from the first moment, or is it after, for example, three years that the bleaching itself begins? Also wondering if the tattoo disappears completely eventually or just just fades? Hope you understand my questions. Hug.

    • Hey! The tattoo is gradually bleached all the time and there is no specific time when the bleaching starts, but you will not see any difference the first time, but the tattoo is dark and nice for a very long time. Some customers go 5-6 years without wanting to fill in their eyeliner. Because the time for bleaching varies so much and depends on age, skin type, color choice, metabolism, weather, skin care products and sun, it is not possible to guarantee that the tattoo will disappear. An older skin, for example, does not have the same cell renewal as a young one, and then it may be that you see remnants of the tattoo throughout life. So there are no guarantees, especially not with eyeliner that is so dark, but they are made to fade away completely. Hug!

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