The color is very intense and pigmented.. The color is between olive green and bronze, pretty. However, I wouldn't suggest applying it with a heavy hand, start off very lightly and build it up. Other than that, its a very heavy metallic finish, which I personally don't prefer.
Not a fan. I bought this because I thought it would be long lasting however the infallible shadows always fade on me even with primer. The lighting was bad in Walmart however I figured that the name "bronze divine" would mean it was bronze, not green. Reminds me of sumptous olive from mac, so if you're looking for something like that this may be good for you.
I'm a sucker for anything gold/bronze/khaki and this was right up my alley. Very rich looking in the pot and adorable on the eyes. I generally wear this with a golden ivory on the lid and then use either my finger or a flat synthetic brush to apply the Bronze Divine to the crease and outter lid area. Works well as an eyeshadow base as well but this colour is so pretty for a neutral with a little shimmer and bling. I do find on my eyes they fade a bit by the end of the day, hence the one lippie off, but they really are nice to work with and as long as L'Oreal puts out rich shades like this, I'm willing to give them a try.
I don't really like loreal products, but i swatched this colour and decided to risk it. It's not THAT cheap considering it's sold at a drugstore, but it's such a pretty colour! It's a gorgeous blend of khaki/ olive and bronze in the case, and is very pigmented. It glides on my eye very nicely. I like the packaging, loreal has tried really hard to stop the drying out; there is a small black lid in the container that covers the surface of the shadow, and the lid of the container is actually on the bottom (does that make sense?) so yeah it can't really dry out! Don't know why this has only one review, but yes I love it!
I don't know if this is the Canadian name/version of Gleaming Bronze (which I've looked for but which doesn't seem to be available) but, I have to tell you, Bronze Divine is aptly named - this is a DIVINE eyeshadow on all counts. The colour is just amazing....the closest thing I can compare it to is MAC's Golden Gaze MES from the Semi Precious Collection, an eyeshadow that I think is probably the most perfect and beautiful eyeshadow ever made...til now. Bronze Divine is even better... It's a stunning greenish golden bronze with the most flattering and entrancing sheen. It is beautiful on my brown eyes, on the lid with a bit of black or dark brown shadow (matte or sheen) smudged on the outer V. Or it can work beautifully on its own from lid to crease with a black liner. And this stuff stays put all day without fading, creasing, or budging at all. Application is wonderful - you can apply and blend this without tugging on your lids; I've tried using a brush but I think it works best and is easiest applied with a finger. This shadow would be fantastic at $30+ (Chanel Illusion d'ombre shadows, I'm looking at YOU, much as I love you too) but at $10 or less, it is hard to believe how amazing it is. This is my 2nd Infallible "cream" eyeshadow (Permanent Kaki, my first, isn't nearly as wonderful as Bronze Divine) and I sure do plan on getting a few more. Do yourself a favour, Canadian ladies, and GRAB this shadow.