Key Benefits Of Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Drops• Non sparkly or glittery drops that help to brighten your skin instantly
• 5% niacinamide helps to refine pores and strengthen your skin barrier • The formula is free of essential oils, silicones and fragrance
• Can be worn alone or mixed into your moisturiser or foundation • B-Goldi can also be used on your chest, legs and anywhere else you want to glow
What’s The Difference Between Drunk Elephant D-Bronzi and B-Goldi?
Both B-Goldi and D-Bronzi can be mixed with any Drunk Elephant serum, oil or moisturiser and they can be used on your face and body. The main difference between Drunk Elephant D-Bronzi Drops and the latest launch is the former warms up your skin with a gorgeous, bronzed glow, while Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Bright Drops, € 30,39 is all about brightening your complexion with a subtle pearlescent glow. If you want the best of both worlds, you can mix the two together.
How Do You Use Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Bright Drops?
Just like D-Bronzi and O-Blooe drops, you can mix Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Drops into your serum or face cream. If you use Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Cream, € 53,60, you can mix a drop or two onto the pump, as the photo shows below.
You can also add a couple of drops into your foundation or tinted moisturiser to give your base a boost of radiance. We’ve seen a lot of TikTokkers apply a drop directly onto their cheekbones like you would with a typical highlighter too.
Keep reading to see how Space NK’s senior marketing manager Eleanor Middleton and HR administrator Tanya Chikanda used Drunk Elephant B-Goldi.
Eleanor’s Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Drops Review
Having tried D-Bronzi before (Alix Earle made me do it!) and been slightly underwhelmed, I was intrigued to see if B-Goldi was for me. Perhaps because I’m quite fair, Drunk Elephant’s bronzing drops felt a bit too intense, especially when I then put a light foundation over the top.
Texture-wise B-Goldi is very similar to D-Bronzi, but in terms of colour, it’s a lot lighter and more golden (as the name suggests). You can immediately see the luminescence in B-Goldi, it almost has a pearly finish which I really liked. I also felt like I could be more liberal with my dose without worrying that my face and neck would be different colours.
I used the drops as a highlighter and patted onto the high points of my cheeks, cupid’s bow and the bridge of my nose to add luminosity. These drops were super easy to use, and I enjoyed the subtlety of the results. You can see the before and after photos below.
Having used B-Goldi directly on my skin, I’m keen to experiment with mixing the drops with my moisturiser as the texture dried down a bit after a while. I feel like the hydration of a face cream would dial up the plump, glowy effect. With this in mind, I will definitely be buying Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Drops when they arrive in the UK as I can see them being a part of my everyday routine in the way that I never quite did with D-Bronzi.
Tanya’s Drunk Elephant B-Goldi Drops Review
Unlike almost everyone in the Space NK office, I have never tried Drunk Elephant’s famous D-Bronzi Drops, or the liquid blusher. B-Goldi is the first time I’ve used any of Drunk Elephant’s skincare-makeup hybrids.
My initial thoughts on B-Goldi was that it would make my foundation pop and the consistency would ensure it blended in seamlessly. I was impressed with the colour too as it suited my complexion.
I mixed a couple of drops in with a moisturiser and then applied a drop onto my cheeks for a more prominent look. You can see my B-Goldi before and after photos below.
On a scale of one to 10, I’d give Drunk Elephant’s B-Goldi Drops a solid eight. I liked the soft glow it gave my skin and can imagine that it would look even better mixed in with my base for a glam night look.
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