While I realize I posted a makeup review just two days ago, I’ll be doing another one today. I don’t like to make excuses, but I’ve been incredibly these last several days, which has made it difficult to find blogging time. Normally, I would have posts already prepared, but I decided to participate in Blogmas only a couple of days before it started, which didn’t give me a lot of time to get posts ready.
(I know, I know. Enough of the excuses).
As the title states, today’s post will be my first impressions of Too Faced’s Milk Chocolate Soleil bronzer. If you follow me on Twitter, you may know that I picked up this product on a trip to Sephora the other day. I’ve been in need of a good quality bronzer for quite some time now, and this one seemed like the perfect fit.
Product Details (Per Too Faced):
Description: They’ll want to slurp you up when you treat your skin to our Milk Chocolate Soleil bronzer. Deliciously packed with antioxidant-rich cocoa powder, you’ll radiate with an irresistible matte glow.
Size: Net Wt. 10.0 g / 0.35 oz.
Before I discuss the actual quality of the product, I’d like to bring up this bronzer’s smell. As you probably know, many of Too Faced’s products have delicious scents. This sweet cocoa one does not disappointment. The chocolate aroma is a nice additive to this bronzer. It’s detectable but not overpowering. I love being able to dust it on my face and get a light whiff of chocolate every now and then, It doesn’t irritate my skin or draw away from any perfume I might be wearing.
The bronzer itself is a beautiful warm brown color. This product is available in three different shades, so you are able to select one that is the most suitable to your complexion. Additionally, this is a matte bronzer. The fact that it doesn’t contain glitter makes it perfect for day-to-day use. It looks natural and complements any look that you create.
Another aspect I really enjoy able this product is that it is very blend-able. It is very easy to disperse the bronzer once you have it on, and doesn’t leave streaks.
What’s your favorite bronzer?