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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've been using this since high school (I'm now 30) and it's the best bronzer I've found! Leaves you with a subtle tan without looking fake...I've gotten all my friends hooked too!5
Bought this as a contour. the color is perfect, its light enough for day wear, but you can layer for a dramatic look. Its matte and the color is cool so its perfect for creating the shadow
This bronzer makes a world of a difference for me. It looks so natural yet changes my look completely. I will definitely not be switching bronzers any time soon.5
I love this product! I use it all over every day and it never looks too dark or caked on. I am very fair and this is the perfect solution to brightening up my face.5
I LOVE THIS BRONZER. There really is no wrong way to apply it and it looks good on everyone. Buildable coverage is great too.5
This is a great all-purpose bronzer! I am fairly light skinned and it blends perfectly. Definitely my new favorite bronzer5
I'm fair skinned and this is a great product for a feaux summer glow or contour usage. I'd recommend it!5
My all time fave. I've used this for years now, it's the perfect tint as a bronzer or for contouring. LOVE LOVE LOVE!5
This product stays on all day, and it's not glittery, so you get color with out the greasy shine look. I'm obsessed. Also perfect for contouring.5
I love that the color of this isn't too intense and is matte. No sparkle! It took some getting used to (and a few video tutorials) to figure out how to use the brush that came with it, but I'm getting the hang of that, too.5