A look into beauty, that doesn't harm our furry friends
When I hear the term “snow bunny”, I think of a woman who is often skiing, and maybe gets that slight glow across her cheeks and nose from a day of zooming down the slopes. Although The Online Slang Dictionary tried to add some more definitions to the term, I’ll stick to what I know thank you very much. With the original image I had in mind, Too Faced’s Snow Bunny Bronzer is a fun product to have in hand in recreating that glow that can brighten up dull skin we all tend to get in the colder months.
You can tell this is newer in my collection since the packaging is the updated version that matches all the other bronzers in Too Faced’s line. Inside the bronzer are 4 different strips of color, which combined creates a glowy-golden color with a slight sheen to it. The perk about having 4 different colors is that you can use each color for different things on their own, if you’re ever in a pinch. Eyeshadow, highlighter, a customized bronzer shade (maybe just 3 out of the 4 shades), the options are plentiful and in your favor! Sticking to it’s original use though, you can see in my last image that the color is glowy and warm-toned. I would not use this as a bronzer in the same method you would with Too Faced’s Chocolate Soleil – personally, I just don’t think this would work well with the “3” shape method on both sides of the face. Instead, you can take two different approaches with this. #1- apply where you would apply blush, back up to the hairline, not going too low on your face (no lower where you would apply your contour under your cheekbones). #2- As mentioned in the idea I had for “snow bunny”, just going straight across the face, across the cheeks and a little across the bridge of the nose. There isn’t an intense pigmentation to this, but using Snow Bunny just helps add a slight glow. Not in a “flushed”/pink color like how my Pink Leopard bronzer tends to be, but just something that adds a little life back into the skin- yet isn’t a highlighter. Hopefully that all makes sense! I realize not having pictures with on my face makes it a little harder to understand, but Seattle “sun” (aka lack of any sun) has been making it very hard to do any accurate face photos. If you stay up-to-date with me on Twitter though, I bet I’ll have a picture one of these days with how Snow Bunny looks on the skin!
Too Faced “Snow Bunny” bronzer- $30 ; available at Ulta, Sephora, and Toofaced.com