|hey, the package comes from Sweden???|
|wow, such cute present packaging|
The colour itself is a lighter brown with a slight orangy undertone.
|tiny flecks in the pan|
|Lunasol Natural Beige 01 | Edward Bess Daydream|
(If you want a more detailed review on the Lunasol Shading Cheeks in Natural Beige, click here)
- Lunasol is a cooler brown than Edward Bess Daydream.
- They both have similar lustre that gives the face a glow when applied
- Lunasol is more difficult to apply. That is because of the tiny strip on the right. Also, you have to swirl the brush a bit more to pick up pigment compared to the EB Daydream
- In general I use the whole Lunasol if I am really on the pale side, because the total colour is lighter.
- For my NC 25 colour I like both the Lunasol right strip and the Edward Bess Daydream. Basically, because the difference in warmth doesn´t really show on my neutral toned face that much. Perhaps for people with the sharpest eye but I can do one half with Edward Bess Daydream and the other with Lunasol Shading Cheeks 01 (right strip) and I don´t think anyone would notice.
- Prices are somewhat similar with Lunasol retailing for HK 220 or $32 & Edward Bess €30,00 (or cheaper when you get strawberrynetdiscount)
It is such a beautiful bronzer that will work for people with N20 to N35 ish skintones. I think many bloggers raved about its luminosity and I have to share myself among them. If you have the Lunasol Shading Cheeks 01 I don´t think you really have to have the Edward Bess. If you are rather cool-toned, I would recommend Lunasol before Edward Bess, and the opposite for people being really warm-toned. As for the easiness in use, The Edward Bess is slightly buttery and a tiny swirl with the brush will pick up more pigment than the Lunasol Shading Cheeks 01.