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In our efforts to get a beachy glow, we’ve tried various head-to-toe methods: from wearing too-dark foundation to baking under the sun. Now we rely on this natural mineral bronzing powder. Free of skin-irritating ingredients like talc, it adds streak-free warmth to our complexions year-round. It can be applied all over or used to define cheekbones and brow bones. Dust a bit on your décolleté and shoulders to offset strappy sundresses.
Bronzer product was a little too dark for me and I am not into shimmer.1
I have greasy skin and larger pores, this shiny bronzer didn't look good on me at all but I imagine that it would on lots of people.1
I'm not a fan of bronzers and I ended up giving it to my daughter who happens to love it. Thanks for the sample.1
i have a hard time with bronzers to begin with, and this seemed so dark that i'm just terrified to use it.1
Unfortunately, I found the shade of this bronzer to be much closer to orange or peach. I have fair skin and looked a bit Oompa Loompa like when I attempted to wear it. I also tried to use it as an eyeshadow, but it just wasn't a flattering shade for me.1
It's okay I really had no use for it. I'm so tired of getting bronzers.1
The peach is WAY too light. I have fair skin, but this was like a regular powder. The feel was very nice. Just not a good color for a "bronzer".1
I'm happy to recommend it to others wanting a bronzer but I'm too white with freckles for this product. I was unable to use it but I shared it with those who could and they loved it.1
Although this was a very nice size, this product is not for me because it does not show up on my deep skin tone. however I do love the texture and the amount they give.1
To clarify, I am fair skinned and tried the "peach" color. That name is a severe understatement. It's actually a cardboard box brown with a dark rose undertone. Although I used an extremely light dusting of this powder the color was so outrageously dark that with the first swoop of the brush I looked like I'd just smeared dirt on my face. It did not blend with my natural skin tone at all, nor was it entirely the fault of the color. If the powder's consistency was light enough then I should've been able to disperse it to other areas of my face, but that was completely impossible. So I put it all over my face and I still look blotchy and orange. It is absolutely terrible. Even if the color works better with your skin tone you'll still have the problem with the powder itself.1