An amazing year-round complexion booster, Warmth All-Over Face Color is a cult favorite that infuses your skin with a beautiful healthy-looking glow. Originally developed to be used as a traditional bronzing powder and applied where the sun naturally hits your face (forehead, chin, cheeks, and bridge of nose), this versatile loose powder color can also be used as full-face bronzer, blush, eye color or even a contour makeup shade. Designed with our convenient Click, Lock, Go sifter, the illuminating natural minerals are suitable for all skin tones and can be worn over or under other bareMinerals products.
This versatile loose bronzing powder can be applied over, under or mixed with any bareMinerals face product to create a variety of fresh looks from face contouring to bronzing, blush or eyeshadow.
For the best results, pair Warmth All-Over Face Color with the versatile Flawless Face Brush. Made from natural fibers, its rounded and tapered bristles deliver natural-looking soft, glowing coverage.
FOR FLAWLESS APPLICATION, USE THE SWIRL, TAP, BUFF METHOD
Begin by lightly tapping a very small amount of powder into the lid of the Warmth All-Over Face Color container (a little goes a long way).
1. Swirl the mineral bronzer into the lid with the Flawless Face Brush until the loose minerals are tucked into the bristles.
2. Tap the side of the lid with the side of the brush to remove any excess loose powder.
3. Buff the bronzing powder in a swirling, circular motion onto the areas of your skin that sun would naturally hit such as your forehead, hairline, cheeks and on the bridge of your nose. Buff and blend the color for seamless application.
- Year-round complexion booster
- Infuses skin with an all-over healthy-looking glow
- Can be worn as a mineral bronzer, blush, eyeshadow or contour makeup
- Works on all skin tones
- Features Click, Lock, Go sifter
- Formulated without preservatives, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes or petrochemicals
- Dermatologist tested
- None of our products are tested on animals