This review has definitely been a long time coming. I;m sure that most of you must have already read reviews about the MUA Bronzed Perfection that had quite some hype surrounding it, but here's my review on it anyways.
Next comes the bronzer itself. As you can see from the swatches on my finger tips the product seems shimmery, but in reality it doesn't have any shimmer or sparkle in it. It is a gorgeous, perfect shade of 'brown' that is quite build-able. I can imagine that pale girls could use this with a light hand and it would work wonderfully on their skin tone. For my skin tone, olive, this works amazingly as well. It is very easy to build up. I feel like there's a limit to which we can build it up and after that it starts seeming 'muddy', as if you have dirt on your face so this bronzer wouldn't show up on darker skin tones.
Now on to the other stuff, the product is matte, very nicely pigmented and has a decent staying power of around 3-4 hours. It is very easy to blend, I use a really crappy brush to apply it with and it still works wonders for me so it shouldn't be a problem for those who are scared of the idea of bronzers and over doing them. The product does fly away though, not too much but it would've been the perfect product had it been a bit more tightly pressed together.
All in all, for me this is an amazing bargain, and even though there's no way I would hit pan on it since it's that huge, I would repurchase it without a doubt if the day came. I would recommend this to girls with fair-medium skin tones, not with darker tones though since the color wont show up. I would personally advice the MUA team to come up with more shades of this that cater to darker skin toned girls as well, since right now, there's only one color available.
Have you guys tried this bronzer? Did it work out as wonderfully for you as it did for me? What other MUA products are on your like-list? I would love to give them a try do let me know in the comments below.
Until next time, tc.