Ok... The thing you have to keep in mind when buying this product is that you MUST like dewey finishes on your face. I prefer matte bronzers .. So I don't use a lot these bronzers, but is you're into dewey looks , try it ! You'll love it. Great price.
Confused! What is the difference between a bronzer and a self tanning spray tan in a can? Thanks everybody
i got the color los cabos and wrong color for me! its too warm for my skin tone. unless you have bronze undertones already, do not buy this color. i use it as eyeshadow now and it works better
I bought this bronzer in Maui and Los cabos (the 2 darker shades with los cabos being the darkest) I didnt get these for contouring, but just for adding some color to my face after i apply my tinted moisturizer and powder because if i don't my face can look to generic. Los Cabos is absolutely perfect for that all over bronze look and i am a caramel mocha skin complection. Maui is also great for an all over bronzer but its more on the golden side where los cabos is a bit more brown. Overall i love these and will definately repurchase. They would look great in the summer :)
I bought this in st-Lucia a few months ago and to be honest I don't use this as often as I would have hoped.
The color pigmentation is somewhat lacking. When I swipe my finger over it nothing really shows up. And when I try to apply this on my face it requires a lot of layering. However, when it does finally show up on my skin I love how I look. I find this gives my skin a great glow, perfect for summer time.
I also really like the packaging. A lot of people said that it felt flimsy and that it would break but to me it feels sturdy. It's also travel friendly which is a big bonus for me. I would repurchase this again because I love the eventual look this gives me but I hate that I have to constantly layer it on before I see any results, and I am a very pale person.
For 3$ I think this is a good deal
I bought this in St. Lucia because I saw so many reviews on how it can be used as a highlighter. Ever since E.L.F. added more chunky glitter to their Essential Bronzers, I was looking for a very subtle highlighter without all the garish glitters. St.Lucia is a great light gold highlighter without the extreme shimmer. I love it! It gives off a toasty pearl finish. Really nice for yellow undertones.
I own the St. Lucia shade. It isn't a true bronzer in my opinion. Instead, it's great for adding a type of candlelight glow to your face. It looks great applied on one's upper cheeks, down the bridge of the nose, in the center of the forhead, and on one's chin.
I really like the quality and consistency of this product. And, I surely will continue to purchase more of such in the future.
I purchased the baked bronzer in San Lucia which is the lightest shade in the trio of brozers. This shade is is more of a light golden bronze shade which is more suitable for light to fair complexions. The finish is more of a satin finish than matte or shimmery. I am not really into looking tanned as it is not a good look for me but this bronzer makes an amazing eye shadow for day wear. This is my go to shadow for work or summer as it makes eyes pop in a very natural looking way. I layer this on top of the E.L.F. Primer eyeshadow in Sultry Satin which is a wet sand color that brightens the eyes up and makes the bronzer stay on my lids all day.
ELF recently came out with a line of 3 baked bronzers in round pots (these are not the earlier ones in rectangular cases). St. Lucia is the lightest of the three. Maui is the peachy medium tone. Los Cabos is the deepest, a mocha brown tone. They appear matte and dry on the skin. Having dry-mature skin, I have other bronzers that I prefer, but do like the ELF bronzers used as eye shadows for a matte peachy-bronzey-brown eye with charcoal grey or black added in the outer V. Good value for the money, a fraction of the cost of a higher-end or other drugstore bronzers. Any of these bronzers could add versatility to your collection.