Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Omorovicza Sunkiss SPF15

We see a lot of summer liquid bronzers that have a high shimmer, great if you like this finish but if you have an oily skin, mature skin or just generally hate shimmer then this could be the bronzer for you.


Omorovicza is a Hungarian brand that uses natural mineral ingredients inspired by Hungary's thermal baths.
 They claim the benefits of their mineral based products are that they help to encourage collagen and elastin production and boost skin cell regeneration.

This is a real multi use product as it helps to prolong an existing tan whilst providing a sun protection of factor 15.
It is almost like a tinted moisturiser in the way that it smoothes out the skin colour and tone and provides a really minimal coverage. The soft golden tone tints the skin ever so slightly but the big plus for us here at Pixiwoo is that it looks matte on the skin.
When you think of a sunkissed glow you may think shimmery but sometimes all this shimmer distracts from the actual product and can look really obvious and fake.
We prefer the look where people assume you have had a week in the south of France not applied half a pot of shimmering bronze pearls to your cheeks.

You can use this in place of a tinted moisturiser, mix it with your foundation or apply just on the higher planes of the face where you would naturally tan.

It's not really that buildable, the colour you see is what you get but it is easily paled down by mixing with your moisturiser if you have a fair skin.
A really good product for holidays as a one stop product or if you are getting married in a hot climate and want a natural product that photographs well.

This is quite a pricey product but as soon as you apply it you can feel why it is this expensive.
50ml is £74 and available from

9 comments:

  1. Sounds amazing! Unfortunately my budget won't stretch that far though. xx

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  2. I didn´t know about this brand! I looks good! thanks for sharing!

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  3. I recieved an Omorovicza product through Glossybox a few months back and was really impressed with it. This sounds great, love that it's a matte finish, but don't think I could ever fork out that much on it!! Great review :-)

    Claire

    http://stylethatsworthit.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Hey!
    I have oily skin and hate shine! It seems a good choice!

    Kiss

    http://umblogfashion.blogspot.com

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  5. Isn't that the same as using a tinted moisturizer that's a tad darker than your colour? Seems like a gimmick.

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