5 years ago
First let me say that I bought this for a whopping $2.98, or there about, at Rite Aid while in Louisiana for a meeting. It reminded me of the Too Faced Heart Bronzing Beads that I believe have been discontinued as I can no longer find them. I am so glad that I picked these up and wished that there had been 2 on the peg. This bronzer gives such a nice healthy glow, the pigment is not dark or orange but a nice golden hue that just makes me look happy, youthful and yes, healthy. I swirl my Ita Kabuki across the beads and lightly dust along the hollows of my cheeks, jawline and hairline to frame my face. I then apply the Happy Booster in Warm on the apple of my cheeks with my Yachiyo Kabuki and the effect is amazing. FYI, the Happy Booster in Warm was also on sale at Rite Aid for $3.28! I think I need to travel to Louisiana more often so I can hit Rite Aids clearance shelves and sale racks! I also want to mention that while I love my NARS brushes, I think a nice quality fan brush and blush brush that are not too densely packed will do just as nicely. I remember one of my first Physicians Formula purchases being the multi-colored blushing and bronzing beads some 20+ years ago. These were very similar to Guerlain's Meteorites and they have been discontinued for years, they provided warmth, color and a subtle highlight all in one. I do wish that PF would come back with those as I must have gone through 4-5 compacts of those little beads. I think these little heart beads have been discontinued and that's why I found them so cheap. That's too bad as I have seen from multiple reviews that the round beads that look similar in color are poorly rated as not having much, if any, pigment. Why do they keep discontinuing such nice products? If you stumble across these little heart shaped ones, BUY them. Do not hesitate or think twice, just grab up all that's left in stock and go straight to the checkout!
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