You Are Going To Be Obsessed With This Bronzer Developed By Plastic Surgeons—Yes, You Read That Right
We just found the secret to that year-round, post-vacation glow.
The problem-solving beauty powerhouse IT Cosmetics recently introduced yet another product destined to become a secret weapon for women across the country.
The brand's already impressive lineup of bestsellers include Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream with SPF 50+, Superhero Mascara, Bye Bye Redness Correcting Cream, and Bye Bye Under Eye (the product that started it all). Thought all the bases were covered in that impressive lineup? Yep, I did too until Bye Bye Pores Bronzer ($30) came forth like a gift from above.
I'm not one to get overly jazzed about a bronzer. In fact, I rarely use it at all. My skin is such an alabaster shade that most bronzers end up making me look like a certified hot mess. Instead, I just embrace my paleness and spray tan when I want to look a little extra.
I must have been feeling daring when I whipped out a Bye Bye Pores Bronzer sample and decided to give it a try. It was a commitment as I was running late for work already and there would be no time to wash my face and start over if things took a turn. At first I applied with caution, barely dabbing my brush in the deep tan powder before blowing off the excess and delicately applying to my cheeks.
I stepped back to survey the results—it was amazing.
This wonder-of-a-bronzer gave just a hint of subtle color, as if I had recently returned from a summer vacation in the South of France (a girl can dream). With a little more confidence this time, I dusted the rest of my features where the sun typically hits; like the top of my forehead, nose, jawline, and chin. It was perfection.
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The secret sauce is the combination of buildable color with a poreless finish. Just like the rest of the IT Cosmetics family, Bye Bye Pores Bronzer was developed with plastic surgeons who are equipped to fine-tune products to match any skin concern. Here, the focus was a bronzing product that wouldn't settle into fine lines and wrinkles all the while camouflaging pores. And to that end we say, mission accomplished.