I firmly believe that I can never have too many bronzers. Even before contouring became a “thing,” I hoarded bronzers. The hubby does photography, and used to do glamour-type stuff in the eighties. He is the one who first introduced me to contouring, many years ago.
I love that this is actually dark enough for my skin tone, and it has the ever-so-tiniest bit of mica or shimmer, so it gives me a soft glow without looking garish. It is also pretty easy to apply and blend, much more so than Too Faced’s Chocolate Soleil (which I do love, by the way). I like this best to contour my cheekbones, especially when used with a blush that has a tiny bit of shimmer. I also use Becca’s Rose Gold Perfector to highlight, and the overall look is quite nice.
My only gripe is that when I bought this, all the pans were loose in the containers. I felt something rattling when I picked up the box at the store, and the salesperson checked it out. The pan had come loose. When she checked the others, they were all loose, too! If this type of issue tends to bother you, you may want to check it out before you buy. But, it’s a great product, so I bought it anyway. After using a dab of glue to secure the pan, I am happy as a clam!
Becca Shadow & Light Bronze/Contour Perfector retails for $40.00 for 0.28 oz.