Get the Glow Duo

Enriched with botanical ingredients 

Meadowfoam seed oil
rich in essential fatty acids for excellent moisturising benefits.

Borage seed and avocado oils
help reduce water loss from the skin, improving moisture retention.

Alaria esculenta extract

Alaria esculenta extract
helps to revitalise and plump.


Guide to expert application...


1 Apply a small pearl-size amount evenly between the tips of your fingers.


2 Tap onto skin, focusing on your cheekbones, nose and forehead.


3 Blend gently onto skin with your fingertips to create a soft, golden glow.

Repeat steps to build depth and colour.

Bronzed beauty tips
with Sarah Carr, our Lifestyle Ambassador

While it’s important not to spend too long in the sun, that’s not to say that you can’t have a veil of beautiful, natural-looking colour! I firmly believe in the uplifting power of a golden glow, and the lightweight formula of Sheer Skin Tint™ Bronzing Fluid is perfect for everyday use.

Contour queen
For a more natural-looking take on the contour trend, use your fingers or a brush to blend Sheer Skin Tint™ Bronzing Fluid into the hollows of your cheeks, down the bridge of your nose and under the chin, then blend Sheer Skin Tint™ SPF 15 along your cheekbones, brow bone and forehead.

Fake that beach break
For a sun-kissed look, blend onto the areas of your face where the sun naturally hits – your cheekbones, forehead and down the bridge of your nose, building depth of colour as desired.

Going for gold
For fuller coverage with a warm wash of colour, blend together a pearl-size amount of Sheer Skin Tint™ Bronzing Fluid and Sheer Skin Tint™ SPF 15 and apply.

Not just for summer
The blend of precious botanicals makes our liquid bronzer perfect for using in the colder months as a little revitalising pick-me-up, helping to keep skin visibly hydrated, bronzed and healthy-looking!


Did you know?

This multi-tasker isn’t just for your face – make the most of your décolletage and blend along your collarbone for glowy definition*.

*Allow to dry before getting dressed to help avoid transfer onto fabric.