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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.
I used it once
And the color is too dark!
I am not fond of bronzers , I give to my daughter .
I used this product and it was odd. I have used bronzers in the past and they look subtle, but this one left literal brown lines on my face that I couldn't seem to blend in. Weird?2
The shade was too light and it did not stay on for long periods of time :(2
While I believe benefit is a great brand and I certainly hold their products to a high level, the product disappointed as it was a bronzer that had no shimmer and the shade wasn't for my skin tone.2
I don't wear bronzer, ever, so I wasn't at all impressed to see this in my box. The fact that it has no shimmer to it doesn't help. It works somewhat well as a contouring shade, but it's very dark, too dark for my pale skin and it doesn't go on as smoothly as I would like.2
The color of this bronzer was almost exactly the same as my skin tone, so it was not a good bronzer for me. I'm sure it would be a great product for someone with a lighter colored skin tone. It seems like a great product, like all the Benefit products.2
Wow this was way too dark for my Snow Princess face. A little goes a LONG way!2
More of any eye shadow volorcyhan a bronzer. Does not adhere to skin well. No warmth to this bronzer at all.2
I couldn't find a way to use this with either my dressed up face or dressed down face or any of my faces in between. Maybe I just don't like that look. Maybe I'm doing it wrong. Whichever, this product isn't for me.2
I'm was excited to receive this but a skeptical because there are rarely bronzers out there that African American females can use. To me the color is not even light enough for someone like Beyoncé to use. You have to be pale and non-ethnic. It's light enough for me to set my concealer or to even out the darkness on my eyes before eyeshadow.2