Giorgio Armani Sun Kiss (100) is a very warm-toned, medium brown with a satin finish. It is a permanent bronzer that retails for $64.00 and contains 1 oz.
Last year, Giorgio Armani Maestro BronzerGiorgio Armani Maestro Bronzer ($64.00 for 1.0 fl. oz.) launched in Sun Kiss (100), which I really loved as a formula. It was limited edition, but this summer, it's back along with two more shades (one lighter and one darker) and seems to be permanent. I remember last year that I wished for a rosier and deeper shade for darker skin tones, and now we have one lighter and darker! The formula is thin, almost watery, with a velvety feel that has a more satin finish to it--if you've tried the Maestro line at all, the texture is very in line with the rest of the range. It sits extremely well on the skin, whether bare or over/under foundation, and it blends out easily and lasts for nine to ten hours. The only thing I'm not keen on is the packaging, which uses a dropper to dispense the product. One bottle contains a mega-ton of bronzer, so it'll take a long time to get through a bottle, and I'd rather a half-size option for $40 or so instead (same with the brand's Fluid Sheers).
The secret of this iconic Maestro formula is no water or white powder. Instead, it contains five non-comedogenic oils, including white lotus oil, which gradually evaporate upon application and leave you with a “no makeup feel.” The ultra-fine oil-pigments suspension enhances the skin and is enriched with finely milled micro-pearls for liquid summer bronzer and essential concentrated pigments for fusion blush. For optimal results, use a single drop of the highly pigmented blush formula.