Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzing Powder Review & Swatches
I had no idea how popular Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzing Powder was until everyone started hounding for the deets about the new, lighter shade available.
Wow, this has quite a cult following and after trying it out I’m understanding why everyone is excited about a lighter shade.
Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzing Powder is for the fair faced ladies (and men) out there. The original Chocolate Soleil was pretty deep but Milk Chocolate is a super light shade of cocoa that proves very, very easy to use.
I know I mentioned it so many times but I’m not a regular user of bronzing powders however I can probably easily get on board with this as it offers just the right sunny glow without looking muddy, orange, or overly tanned. It’s more of a fresh, healthy glow versus a muddy, orange-y one.
The compact is scented with a decadent chocolate smell which would typically not appeal to me, I don’t love the smell of chocolate, but for some odd reason it proves very appealing. If you’re a bit sensitive to scented facial powders just have a little sniff test when you hit up Sephora prior to indulging. I think you’ll like it.
This is a matte formula with a silky fine texture that blends flawlessly. It’s virtually foolproof, and people, I’m a fool when it comes to bronzing powders and highlighters. If I can apply it correctly, anyone can. I’m wearing Estee Lauder’s Mad Men Creme Rouge today and I applied a very light dusting of this on top of the blush and my face was literally glowing gorgeously back at me. It just gives such a healthy, freshness to skin. I’m impressed as I expected a gross tanned look but the finish is just fresh and healthy!
For the fans of Chocolate Soleil you’ll absolutely adore the lighter shade. For those scared of bronzers, I promise, it won’t bite, it applies easily and is virtually mistake proof! And finally for the lighter skin ladies and lads here’s an easy way to get a subtle golden glow that builds easy for less or more of a tan.
Dare I place a Muse Approval on a bronzer?
Yes, I do dare.
Available now at www.toofaced.com
This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR.
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