New Collection: Art Deco Safari Bronzing Summer 2010

Inspired by Africa, Art Deco Safari Bronzing Summer collection features warm bronze and gold shades to give your skin a naturally tanned look with a seductive sheen. The Safari theme of the collection is also represented on the packaging.

I especially love the Bronzing Powder Compact. I’m so tempted to buy it just cos of the gorgeous packaging and pattern, but sadly I think the colors are too dark for my pale skin. I’m not into the tanned look, so I’ll probably skip this collection entirely, which is a shame cos it’s so pretty! But no point in getting something if you’re not gonna use it right?

You can find the full details below. Is there anything you’re lemming?


EYESHADOWS (€4,80 each)
Available in Nr. 225 (Golden Sun), Nr. 228 (Shiny Bronze) and Nr. 229 (Cedar Brown).


BRONZING POWDER COMPACT SPF 15 (€19,95)
The compact, decorated with safari motifs, includes a two-color powder to achieve a tan.


BLUSHER (€8,50)
Available in no.3 Sienna.


FACE BRONZER (€16,80)
This spraying tanner is available in Natural Tan (No. 7) and Sand (No. 3). Its micro-diffusion system provides instant, even tan.


HIGH PROTECTION LIP STYLO (€10,80)
It protects sensitive lips and has SPF30.


TRAVEL KABUKI (€12,80)
This travel size kabuki has dense goat bristles to ensure a uniform distribution of powders.


BEAUTY BOX TRIO BRONZING (€7,50)
A beautiful beauty box decorated with safari motifs in which you can store blushes or eyeshadows.

The collection also includes a SPRAY ON LEG FOUNDATION (€18,50), a tanning spray foundation that can be used on the legs to hide imperfections. It’s fast-drying, water-resistant and long-lasting.

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  1. beautifulwithbrains says

    Nikki, I’ve just recently found out that my local store carries Art Deco brushes too and I agree, they are really nice and soft. Love the kabuki too.

  2. beautifulwithbrains says

    Dao, the bronzer looks gorgeous, doesn’t it? Yeah, Art Deco makes empty palettes to be filled with their eyeshadows, but I wish they were bigger too lol. Still, considering their shadows are so inexpensive, great quality, and that I almost never hit pan, I can’t complain too much about the size.

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