Mineral Fusion Blush/Bronzer Duo (Rio Bronzer) Review for a Healthy Glow

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These Mineral Fusion colors in this blush/bronzer duo are more vibrant and deeper than this photo.  

What face doesn’t benefit from a healthy dose of realistic color?  A lot of brands can give your complexion that, but they also give you something else, mainly a long list of chemical ingredients that you would need a doctorate to figure out and a magnifying glass to read.  However, this company  takes the guesswork out beauty buying with safer, gentler ingredients like with their Mineral Fusion blush/bronzer duo that arrived for this review.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine. **

Besides the Mineral Fusion blush/bronzer duo having no parabens, artificial colors, fragrances, talc, or phthalates, you can feel good about sweeping the color on.  What else is great about this blush/bronzer compact is it’s helpful for defending against aging with pomegranate, red and white teas, and vitamins such as C and E while protecting a complexion from damaging UV rays with its minerals.

Rio Bronzer that I got is the darker option with a golden bronze and a vibrant peachy shade with some slight pink to it.  It goes on velvety-smooth.  Just as wonderful was the fact that the colors are very natural appearing when I swept some on.

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This is what the Rio Bronzer shades appear like once I swatched them.

However, my only complaint was the bronzer shade was bit dark for my fair complexion.  I think the Blonzer choice would have been better with my coloring.  Regardless, this choice still works for paler complexions when you go lightly when applying.

If you would like some tips on how to find your best blush colors to compliment your skin tone, you might want to read my earlier post.

Do visit Mineral Fusion and Whole Foods to find the Mineral Blush/Bronzer Duo ($29.99).  I think that you will be more than pleased with this product!


1 Comment

  1. Anonymous
    February 1, 2016 / 11:39 pm

    Consider trying the lighter blush/bronzer pair. Mineral Fusion has two types of blush/bronzer, and the one you have in Rio bronzer is the darker pair. Check out their website for colors :)

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