Customer Reviews for Laura Geller Baked Body Frosting with Body Puff - Honey Glow
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Laura Geller Baked Body Frosting with Body Puff - Honey Glow
The beauty of baked makeup, now for the body.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Laura Geller Baked Body Frosting with Body Puff - Honey Glow Reviews
Laura Geller Baked Body Frosting with Body Puff - Honey Glow Review #1
Pros: blends well, long lasting, easy to remove
-April 17, 2012
Beautiful coverage and color - no odor. This is an amazing way to get temporary color without the odor and other problems of a self-tanner. This is a wonderful product for older women who have dark spots on their arms and legs or with imperfections in their skin. Self-tanners tend to make these spots look very dark. This bronzer covers them with a natural look - no discoloring or darkening. No transfer to clothes or sheets. Laura is a genius! Only one minor thing I would like to see different in this product - it's kind of shimmery for daytime I wish she would make it more of a Mat finish.
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Laura Geller Baked Body Frosting with Body Puff - Honey Glow Review #2
Orange County, CA
Pros: blends well, good consistency, long lasting, good coverage, easy to remove
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Pretty and Sexy
-June 11, 2010
Honey Glow adds a gorgeous luminous warmth to my skin, taking away any sallowness. It makes my skin look radiant and healthy, and it's especially gorgeous over a light tan. Honey Glow doesn't add color to my skin if applied dry, but if applied wet it becomes darker and more bronze. I use this on my arms, legs, shoulders, neck, and chest. It looks amazing on my body, but I can't use it on my face: it gives me lines I didn't know I had, and it makes my pores looks like swimming pools. I use this almost every day - a light puffing on my arms and chest just looks so good, I miss it when I'm not wearing it. This is a dream during hot weather for making my skin look like Jennifer Lopez's (as much as my skin could possibly look like hers, anyways...). I have not had any problems with this rubbing off on anything. If applied wet, I have to thoroughly wash it with a sponge or cloth to get it off, because it's pretty resistant to rinsing. I usually use it dry, and it seems to cling to my skin as long as I let it set for a couple of minutes before I get near clothing. This doesn't even rub off on bedsheets, which is really surprising, but I haven't had it near bedsheets until hours after application. This is the sexiest thing ever on a warm summer night!