FEATURED: SOAP AND GLORY SOLAR POWDER
I honestly don’t know how I have lived so long without this bronzer. I’ve always struggled with finding a bronzer/contour shade that’s not orangey but then I found this bad boy. It’s a very subtle bronzer which adds a slight glow to the face but can also be used for contouring which is what I tend to use this for. It’s been known to only show up on fairer skin tones so if you have a slightly darker skin tone then perhaps check out some other bronzers.
I use this for both bronzing (a mix of the two shades) and contouring (darker shade) but I stay away from the highlighter shade as I find it just doesn’t match my skin tone. The shade also has quite a lot of fall out whereas the matte brown shade is amazing to work with and blends like a dream.
Neither powders are too pigmented which is great because I like to build up my contour lines and it also means you won’t go in too heavy with the powder which can sometimes look cakey with other products! No cakey-ness with this powder though as it’s very lightweight and silky and lasts a decent amount of time on the skin, around 5-6 hours.
If you’re in need of a new natural looking bronzer then I strongly recommend this! For £11, it may seem expensive for the drugstore but it’s the best £11 I’ve spent in a while!