Saturday, October 3, 2009

Edward Bess Daydream Ultra Luminous Bronzer

I am excited to feature more pictures and swatches of Edward Bess products in the next few days. My feelings for his line have grown from intrigue to anticipation to pure adoration for his high quality and richly pigmented classic colors. For face products, Edward Bess currently has two shades of his Ultra Luminous Bronzer and for my skintone I was recommended Daydream.





Daydream is a satiny soft bronze color that is somewhere in between matte and shimmery. One thing I love about many of the Edward Bess products is that at first glance, the colors look basic and ordinary, but if you look closely at the bronzer and eyeshadows you can see a soft glowy-ness with gorgeous shimmers that give it a natural depth once applied to the skin.

Here is Daydream compared to some other neutral bronzers I have: Becca Duende, MAC Golden, Bobbi Brown Bali Brown, Giorgio Armani Bronze Mania #5 and Chanel Sierra (discontinued). My swatches ended up looking muddy, but to help compare Edward Bess Daydream to the other shades, it is the truest-tan brown, without any hints of orange, more pigmented and darker than MAC Golden, similar to Bobbi Brown Bali Brown minus the shimmer and a bit more tan.

I think this would work well with medium-tones. The price of this bronzer is $48 which I felt was steep, but I know it will give me the tanned glow I love without having to worry about too much shimmer or looking too flat.



Overall thoughts: The products in his line are priced on the higher side than the average high-end luxury brand with prices along the lines of Armani, Chanel and YSL. Even so, I want more of his products and wish he made blushes! Hopefully he will release some in the future at a reasonable price.

FYI, according to Fabulous Over Forty's article Edward Bess: The Latest of Color and Class, expect to see a cream blush out for the holidays around November!)

I look forward to trying out more of his products, perhaps visiting New York to see the entire line in person, and hope his line will see the same success as Bobbi Brown who also started her line at Bergdorf Goodman with 10 classic lipsticks (of course in his own unique personal way). For pictures of more Edward Bess items I have, check out First Look at Edward Bess: Naturally Chic.

Stay tuned for more posts about the lipsticks and glosses!

4 comments:

  1. The bronzer looks so nice. Much prettier than similar products. Pricey, but it may just be the color I'm looking for. Can't wait to try Edward Bess.

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  2. Yay, I'm so glad you finally got the bronzer! It looks gorgeous and very similar to my beloved and discontinued Bourjois Chocolate bronzer =)

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  3. it looks sooooo yummy! bronzer is my latest thing but i am no master in applying it. i love looking at the comparsion pix you posted. they create more lemmings than killing them. darn!

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  4. great picks!! which one is your favorite?!!! xo im leaning towards the armani with my skin tone

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