Us Weekly’s Breaking Beauty: First Aid Beauty’s Bronze and Glow Drops 

On this week’s episode of Us Weekly’s Breaking Beauty, Crista Lacqua and I (Robyn Merrett), examined First Aid Beauty’s new Bronze + Glow Drops With Niacinamide, which retails for $28. 
While I’ve by no means used any bronzers in my life (I do know, surprising), I used to be excited as a result of I’m a giant First Aid Beauty fan. The model is nice for delicate pores and skin, and I can’t journey with out First Aid Beauty’s Ultra Repair Cream, which soothes my eczema flare ups round my eyes. 
Like the remainder of the road, the Bronze + Glow Drops prioritize pores and skin well being by the star substances: niacinamide, glycerin and micro-pearls, which give moisture, hydration and an “instantaneous glow.” 
The make-up side kicks in with the bronze coloration, which creates a mushy glow whereas additionally night pores and skin tone and blurring pores.
When I first utilized the drops, I observed that it felt like a serum and went on fairly simply. I didn’t want a brush; I merely used my fingers to unfold the liquid into my pores and skin. (At the time of utility, I solely had on moisturizer and sunscreen.) 
Crista, for her half, utilized it “into the hairline” to keep away from darkish traces. She gushed that the drops are a “good completion” because it brightened up her face and gave her the “glow” she was in search of. 

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I felt it was fairly, refined and ideally suited for a no-makeup make-up beat. 
What we cherished most concerning the drops is that the product is buildable, that means you may workforce combine it with skincare like moisturizer or a basis to reinforce one’s look. 
To see our full evaluation, watch the video above and let Us know what you suppose within the feedback sections on Instagram, TikTook and YouTube.

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