As a blogger, I am fortunate enough to be able to try out brands and products which are new to me. One brand which I had heard of previously but had not personally tried was Arbonne cosmetics, and so when I was kindly sent a couple of products I couldn't wait to try them out.
As with all brands new to this page, I like to give a little insight into what makes them the brand they are. Arbonne uses pure, botanically-based ingredients in scientifically-tested products and have done for over 35 years. Through their knowledge and experience, Arbonne have developed products which combine the best of nature with leading science and they are always improving and evaluating their ingredient policy to withhold their ever-evolving standard of excellence. They have hair products, skincare, bath and body and today I will be talking about two products from their makeup collection.
Arbonne's packaging is black and sleek, and feels smooth and luxurious in your hands. The first product I have been trying is the Arbonne Sheer Pressed Powder (£32), of which there are three shades available. I have the shade Light as I am fair to light skinned and the colour works really well for me. As it is a sheer powder, it isn't going to give you a heavy coverage or change the shade of your foundation. The formula is velvety soft to touch and contains ribose to help diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles and rice lipids to help to hydrate the skin so that it has a natural healthy glow. The compact itself is nice and secure so it isn't going to open up in your handbag or cosmetics bag and there is a mirror on the inside of the lid, along with a soft sponge applicator which is perfect for on-the-go touch-ups.
To give a really pretty and natural makeup look, I would highly recommend the Arbonne Blush in the shade Ballet (£24). There are eight blush shades available including nudes, mauves and pinks, so there is definitely a shade to suit the majority of skin tones. However, for me and my light colouring Ballet is a must - it is a delicate peachy pink and again, due to the natural ingredients feels super lightweight on my skin, which I love as I hate products which feel heavy and cakey. The thing I noticed most when wearing this Arbonne Blush was that it did not budge or disappear throughout the day, and stayed exactly where I put it with exactly the same amount of colour. At £24, it isn't the cheapest blush on the market, but due to its natural and skin-conditioning ingredients, it is definitely worth the price.
You can find Arbonne online here.
All the Loves,
*This post contains products which were gifted to me, however all opinions are my own