I am always on the hunt for products to add a glow and warmth to the skin. I haven't tried many products from Sunkissed before so I couldn't wait to start trying these out as they are a very affordable brand and I have alway heard pretty good things about their products. You might know of Sunkissed for their tanning products but I didn't even realise they also had makeup products as well.
I have been really enjoying using these two products lately and The Bronze Architect Palette is a great palette for all of your face needs. It has four powders for, highlighting, blush, contour and bronzing. These shades are highly pigmented, especially the bronzer and contour shade so if you have a lighter skintone like I do, I would definitely recommend going in with a light hand with these two shades. All four of the shades blend pretty easily on the skin and it is a great palette to take on holiday or if you travel a lot as it is very sleek and has all you need!
The blush is one of my favourite shades out of the palette as it is my perfect pink blush but I do go in with a light hand with this as it can look a little too intense with my skintone. The highlighting shade is a great powder highlighter without having any shimmer in it but will add a slight glow to the cheekbones or wherever you decide to apply it. Once I have applied any of the four powders I find that they do last for a good few hours on the skin before fading and you can't really go wrong for £7 for four powders.
The Highlights Instant Radiance Cream has stolen the show for me. I can't use Benefit High Beam as there is something in it that my skin just does not like and this is pretty much the same thing in a squeezy tube. I really like the packaging of this as it makes it easier to apply and you can control how much you apply if you pop it into the back of your hand first. This is a pink toned cream and it is very glowy on the skin. This can be used on the tops of the cheek bones over foundation or you can mix it in with your foundation to give the skin a dewy glow. This retails for £4 - a total bargain!
Both products are available - HERE.
This post contains press samples, all opinions are my own.