About me: NW10-15 (neutral-cool toned, very fair), blue eyes, Color season is True Summer, Baumann Skin Type is OSPW.
Sephora describes this product as "three complexion-enhancing powders that combine to amplify skin’s natural beauty and enhance facial architecture. This picturesque contouring trio includes a weightless, light-diffusing powder, a sculpting powder, and brightening cheek glow to add shape, dimension, and soft focus to skin. The result is an interplay between shadow and illumination that mimics the “magic light” of Greece, bathing skin in a natural, flattering glow."
I received this as a gift and thought, hmm, ok this is going to be an underwhelming product. Wrong! Swirled together, this creates the most beautiful, sophisticated, golden glow on my temples and cheeks. After just 2 uses, I know I am hooked and this will be HG for me for 2013. This product creates that JLo "lit from within" look so effortlessly. I suddenly go from being a pasty white northerner to a healthy flushed beach babe. And it somehow looks natural. Imagine Guerlain Meteorites, but a bronzer for PPP. Incredible.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Synthetic Fragrances
- Synthetic Dyes
I haven't ever tried another product I can compare this too... It's a compact of 3 shades of pressed powder that resemble; bronzer, blush, and highlighter. They can be applied separately or mixed together. I tend to apply them separately and it makes me look eversoslightly tanned, like I was genetically blessed with definied cheekbones, and gives a healthy glow. This isn't technically a bronzer but on my very very fair skin that's kind of what it comes closest to, but better than bronzer. I have since given my bronzers away because after using this for a month they all looked too dark and unnnatural. I've gotten comments on how nice my skin (not my makeup) looks while wearing this (and my skin is far from perfect). My favorite way to wear this is with tinted moisturizer for a "no-makeup" makeup look. An added bonus is that the inside of the packaging includes a tutorial, which I've found to be very flattering and helpful. I think I might need the other shade (Mykonos)!