So what makes this new launch different? I spoke to Supergoop founder Holly Thaggard for answers. “The formula is exactly the same in both shades, so the only real difference is that Golden Hour gives off a slight glow in its tint, while the original, Sunrise, is more of a champagne finish,” she says. The founder adds that this launch is really for his beloved fans. “The Supergoop community has repeatedly told us how much they loved the original Glowscreen formula, so we’ve been excited to expand our range even further by offering another warm, wearable shade that we know that our customers will love it,” she says Curls.
I’ve been using Golden Hour for a few weeks now before launching. When I first swatched, I was a bit concerned that the tint would be too dark for a lighter complexion. To make sure it works on all skin tones, I put my sample through the Curls office and had them all tested and confirmed the tint works on all. Thaggard also confirmed this, noting, “Because the formula is so sheer and blendable, the bronze hue works beautifully on a wide range of skin tones.” It’s true – this formula melts into skin, leaving the most beautiful shine of dew without a white cast.
Trade Editor Sarah Han, who has lighter skin, said Glowscreen Golden Hour gave her the healthiest glow she’d ever seen on her complexion. “I’ve always shied away from self-tanner (maybe one day I’ll have the courage!) and this SPF warms up my skin tone beautifully and produces similar results without commitment.”
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