Editor's Rating & Review
I first saw this on a Brazilian model during a fashion show. Immediate thought: I can have her gorgeous, tan skin, too. After warming the partially solidified oil with water, I rubbed it all over, hoping to be an instant bronze goddess. Instead, the shimmery color was sheer (duh: "Glow") and rubbed off on my white dress. (Booo.) The coconut fragrance enchanted as the oil moisturized skin. Some use it to add shine to hair, but too much makes strands look oily.
Nars Body Glow Reviews
ICKI tried this a few times just to be sure. I warmed it up and tried it but it does rub off on everything and i see a lot of people like the smell .. I do not like it it is just too much does not work good on skin and it terrible on hair. — 4 years, 1 month agoelena62 | 168 reviews
okaythis smells wonderful and moisturizes like a dream. but didnt give me any color, just a some shimmer. — 5 years, 6 months agomamalicious | 196 reviews
Smells beautfully exotic and looks sexy!It is subtle and you do have to be careful not to make a mess but it does look good if you do it right. Overdone doesn't look good anyway. So I think its perfect other than the big price tag. The smell takes you away to the islands. — 3 years, 7 months agonepodro | 19 reviews
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