Jane Iredale Mineral Bronzer Quads

I have been in love with these Jane Iredale Bronzer Quads for many years now. Just to let you know they are in the process of finishing up with the bronzer quads that come in the compact case. Soon, you will purchase the Jane Iredale Bronzer Quads as a refill and if you need to, you can purchase the Jane Iredale Rose Gold Compact Case. Better for the environment and a fantastic idea. My compact case has lasted me many a refill so I think Jane Iredale is moving in the right direction on this one.


Here is a breakdown on the different Jane Iredale Bronzer Quads on offer:

Moonglow Bronzer Quad
Moonglow – is the shiniest of them all. You really don’t need a lot of this one at all. If you go overboard you may not be a fan. Start off with the smallest amount of product possible and build up from there. Use to highlight cheeks, choose one of the 4 shades to use as an eye shadow. I love using this one the most for my eye shadow, great for light smoky eye. This one has a golden shade.
Watch the video on how to apply the Moonglow Quad Bronzer

sunbeam bronzer quad
Sunbeam – this one is a dark pinky quad bronzer. So if the Jane Iredale Moonglow colours seem too dark, then the rose dawn has a splash of pink in there for you. This one can be used on the eyes for eye shadow, cheeks for a luminous glow. Pink/copper shades.

rosedawn bronzer quad
Rose Dawn – My favourite of all. This one is a lighter pink option to the Jane Iredale Sunbeam Quad Bronzer. I use this one regularly and love using it on my eyes as eye shadow. A versatile quad bronzer that I find suits the majority of complexions. Cool pink/bronze shades.

TOOLS: 

White Fan Brush

Deluxe Shader

Quad Bronzers

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