Blend N Glow bronzers are so useful! I just adore it. I have found that Bonne Bell makes the best DS bronzers. This has 4 colors in a compact (no mirror or applicators) w some fair amount of shimmer, & I swirl my brush into all 4 colors then apply. I don't often use them separately. I always keep one of these on hand to use, & is my fave pressed powder bronzer (besides NYC Sunny & ELF). I got mine at kmart. It was around $5 for a moderate amount of product. I know I use mine up pretty quickly but that's an almost daily usage. The elf kabuki brush works great for this!!
I love this blend n glow bronzer. For the amount I paid it is amazing! It has 4 colors Cream color, a pink color, a taupe color, and a dark brown color. It is almost the exact same for the "Snow Bunny"from Too Faced Cosmetics!
This works just as good as any bronzer and I buy it all the time when I need a great bronzer but can not get to Sephora to get my normal one!
Another thing to remember though is it depends what you are looking for in a bronzer. I like this one cause you can choose how much you want and it shimmers and I love that about any bronzer and it goes with any skin tone the darker you are the more I would add or instead of using all four colors use the two light ones!
I love this bronzer as it allows me to customize the shade I want. It is a quad of 4 colors--a tan, a white/beige highlight, a tan pink, and a dark tan. Depending on where you swirl your brush, you make the color lighter or darker.
The bronzer is not at all orangey--more mauve in undertone. This really suits my pale Asian skin.
The price is fantastic at only $3.
The smell is somewhat powdery. It does not bother me at all.
NYC gets alot of praise as being the best drugstore bronzer, but I think this Bonne Bell bronzer should be the #1 drugstore bronzer because it is more versatile.
i use it as a blush and it comes out pretty well on my brown skin. i dont have to use a lot and i dont find it to be too shimmery or glittery but more of a dewy shimmer. its easy to use too much, i know that. i dont use a powder brush as it says in the little book glued to the bottom of this product, but instead a blush brush. it hasnt broken in the pan either, which is always a plus. the lighter colors can sometimes look too light on me, but if im able to mix enough of the darker mauve looking shade, i can get a nice blush out of it. the lighter colors are good as a high lighter but can easily look ridiculous on me if i use too much.
i dnot find this works good as a bronzer, maybe cuz of my skin tone, but better as a blush and sometimes a hi liter.
i will try golden bronze next.