Merritt Bronze Balm Review: The Easiest and Beautiful Way to Glow

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I am not a big fan of contouring. Maybe if I knew how to do it the right way I didn’t feel like I just came from watching a 2016 YouTube video. That doesn’t mean I don’t like sculpting my face. I do but in a more natural looking way that involves less artistic blending. New Bronze Balm of Merit is perfect for him. You know how some bronzers are patchy and hard to blend, especially on dry and/or aging skin? Yes, it’s the opposite.

I’m not calling it no-makeup makeup because if I’m trying with bronzer, I want it to look like I’m wearing makeup. But I want it to be like I was lying on the beach and the sun hit me in the right places. (when in fact, I’m wearing sunscreen, Undoubted). The Bronze Balm has the perfect, buildable formula that washes away natural warmth and depth with just one or two swipes. Satin finish is not very matte either cute

Merit Bronze Balm

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There are five shades to choose from so everyone can get in on the bronzing action: Quince (for fair skin), Clay (for light), Sean (for medium), Leo (for medium-dark) and Monarch (for dark skin). for) tons). The easy-to-use oval tip allows for even easier application. Seriously, it can’t get any easier than this. To carve the face more precisely, use the narrow side for thinner strokes and the wider side for larger strokes for that subtle warmth.

Merritt Bronzer Balm Review Merritt New Bronze Balm Delivers the Prettiest Glow in One Swipe

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What makes Bronze Balm so much more blendable than other bronzer sticks on the market? Formula. It contains fatty acids that conditions the skin and lock in moisture, making it feel like a skincare-makeup hybrid. In addition to being clean, vegan and cruelty free, the brand also promises zero acne triggers Ingredients so it is great for all skin types.

I love swiping with my fingers and blending a bit but if you’re more of a brush fan, try Brush No. 1 ($30) Qualification) Minimalist Complexion Stick is great for mixing the two ($38 at .) Qualification) and this new Bronze Balm. There is no need for multiple brushes here. We’re going easy.

Whether you’re a contour pro, a bronzer lover or a total novice, you’re going to be a huge fan of bronze balm To end summer and all fall and winter long.

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