Q: What's the Difference Between the Three Super Loaded Tinted Highlight Shades?
"Radiant skin says you're glowing from within, you're healthy, you're happy," says Gucci, who developed the Super Loaded Tinted Highlight in Peau de Pêche to create an effortless wash of peachy-bronze warmth and bonne mine on cheekbones and eyelids. Since then, the best-selling clean formula has been joined by a pair of new shades in Peau de Rosé and Peau de Soleil—rosy and golden interpretations on the original, respectively, which Gucci laughingly refers to as "cousins, not sisters."
What all three share in common, beyond their ability to give an instant healthy boost to the skin, is hyaluronic acid filling spheres, cell-protective antioxidants, and soothing anti-inflammatory plant extracts for a lifting and moisturizing effect. Because everything "starts with good skin," says Gucci. "The rest is just a bonus."
In today's "Ask Gucci," she explains the difference between the three Super Loaded shades and how to layer them for the ultimate glow.
The Super Loaded Tinted Highlight formula contains no silicones, no parabens, no PEGs, no talc, and no phthalates. No animal testing.
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