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If you’re not using bronzer, you’re missing out. Whether you use it to give your face a little definition or sweep it all over to warm up your skin, bronzer is a year-round must. Get on board with Hoola, Benefit’s bestselling pressed bronzer. The silky powder that comes in a cute mirrored compact, and can be used all over or as a contouring shade. We love how the chestnut color glides on without any prom-style glitter and blends in easily.
Received this in my box, and I tried it with a very light hand, but it's just too dark for my very light skin. It looks muddy on me.2
Stay away from this bronzer, unless you're going for the "Trump Tan". Made me look streaky and orangey - and the matte finish didn't help. A slight shimmer helps with that sun kissed look, but this just looks like a spray tan gone wrong...very wrong. Donald Trump wrong.2
It's fine. Benefit is a great company. But I don't use a bronzer, so it was a big shrug. Plus, this isn't the kind of thing that's a one-shade-fits-all. The reason I don't use bronzers is because they make me look like I have dirt on my face. This is no exception.2
Nice item and sample size but not the type of product I use.2
I love the packaging, unfortunately I don't use bronzer and am rather pale.2
It was too sticky for me and hard to apply, plus the color was too dark for my fair complexion!2
I don't understand what all the hoopla is about this Hoola. I am half black/half white with a caramel complexion and this could honestly be used as a highlighter on my skin. Instead of looking glowy, I just looked ashy. I'm so disappointed with this product but then I guess it just isn't made for me **sad face**2
It's a real shame that this product contains parabens. I think it would be great otherwise, but will not purchase it because of that.2
i have darker skin so this bronzer is not my fave. it looks kind of chalky on me
I'm Mexican, bronzes are a waste of makeup. Not impressed2