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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.
I just don't wear bronzer. The product itself was okay, just not for me.2
A nice bronze color but a little too shimmery for my taste.2
Limited colors automatically freak me out a bit. Getting the wrong shade as a sample? That freaks me out a bit more.
There really just needs to be more shades more this product.
Coming from someone who owns bronzers from Lorac and Nars, to me this bronzer did not add up at all. Im also not big on the loose powder because it is so messy.1
I really wanted this to work. it has such a pretty color that would be great for my fair skin with neutral undertones. However, something in the product did not agree with my skin and caused some breakouts.1
I will be honest, I have never used bronzer. I did not know what to do with it either. I went on Facebook and asked. I got many comments about not using it. My mother suggested that it might not be a good product for me. I'm really really pale. I do not tan and I try to stay out of the sun as much as possible. The color of the bronzer was peach. I'm pretty sure if I had tried this product I would have looked like a peach when I was finished. I decided to sit this product aside and not use it.1
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