The bronzer I used prior to this one was Physician's Formula Shimmer Strips which is the same premise (use each individual color as an eyeshadow, use them all together as bronzer) just of higher quality.
|Shimmer Brick in Pink Quartz|
You can't really see it too much in this front shot. I looks more like blush, but I wanted to include it for you guys (btw don't mind my hair, it was still wet).
You can see it better in this view. I am really sold on this. Too bad by the time I decided to purchase the bronzer, most of my tan faded. At least I know it looks good on my more fairer skin (which is usually the harder thing to find). Now it goes on light so if you want a shinier/bronzier look, I would reapply a few times over. (P.S. My sister thought I should smile in this picture and that it was weird that I had a "bored" look on my face, just thought I'd share that)
If you want to accentuate it even more, I recommend buying the e.l.f Shimmer Palette that I purchased a few weeks ago (see post). I haven't had a chance to review it, but I swear it's coming! Anyway, rub that on your cheek before or after and it can only make it stand out even more.
Have you used this bronzer? If not, what's your go to bronzer?
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**This product was purchased by me with my own funds. This post is not sponsored by any person or company. All reviews are my own opinions and thoughts of the products.**