|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
So..I'm kind of obsessed with this peach bronzer! I'm NC20 and I had been using Hoola, but it made my face look to flat. I picked this up at Ulta (I am a sucker for anything Leopard). I own Pink Leopard but dislike it because of how frosty it is. Peach leopard is not frosty. In fact, on me it shows up peach/bronze with a slight sheen. I can't believe how much it makes me glow! Sometimes I just stare in the mirror because I'm just glowing! I do use a kabuki to apply this as a fluffy blush won't pick up enough color. I don't think this will work for most skintones though. I think if you're much darker than me then you might have trouble with it showing up, but I could be wrong. I am pleasantly surprised by this purchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Another incredible bronzer from Too Faced :-) Their bronzers really are overlooked. I love this in the winter months. Brightens my face and gives me that sun-kissed look. I can understand this maybe not working for all skin-types because it is on the peachier side. But still brown! I actually think it's very natural looking. I am NW20 for reference, mostly neutral with slight pink undertones. Just love it and Too Faced packaging is always easy to use and adorable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love this bronzer. It's probably the only bronzer I've ever used up as quickly as this one. Granted, it was a smaller size than the original product as it was in a too faced palette with pink leopard and candy leopard. I used it every day since I got it, all over my face where the sun would hit and I loved it. It has a perfect amount of shimmer (mostly matte) and the peach colour really brightened up my fair complexion. I'm really sad that it's all gone though because I'm not sure if I can shell out $30 just for a bronzer.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
this works well for my fair skin because it's hard to over apply. it seems really hard to get a good brush full of it though, I feel like I have to scrub the pallette to get any on the brush. that's why I didn't give it a 5.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Green
Peach Leopard has really delivered for me. It works nicely on my fair skin, but I would never use this all over my face as a bronzer, it is definitely too peach to work as a straight up bronzer on me. It works better as a highlight on my cheekbones or over a peach blush. It just makes me look like I've gotten a little bit of sun...or at least how I think I'd look if I actually was able to get a tan without burning. Oh and about that shimmer! I was very afraid of that, because I really hate shimmer, but this is almost undetectable. It just has a very subtle champagne colored shimmer that adds a very slight glow. The combination of peach, bronze, and champagne shimmer really lights up my face. It is definitely prettier than any matte bronzer I've used, and looks just as natural. I apply it with an ecotools finishing kabuki, which is really fluffy and picks up a very light amount of product, works perfectly. And after I've raved about this, you may be wondering why I only gave it 4 lippies. Well, for what you get, I think this is a little too expensive (with tax, it came out around $30). I honestly don't use this everyday, and don't feel like I get enough use to justify spending that much on it. As far as cons with the product itself, it does tend to compete with my other make up, if that makes sense. It looks best with minimal makeup. Eventually if I use this all up, I may repurchase this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is the ONLY bronzer I've had success with. I am fair skinned with a neutral undertone. I use a stippling brush to apply this subtly in the areas I get sun. If I'm to heavy handed with this, I'm orange. I like to use this as a cheek contour as well.
This is great for allowing me to wear my winter time foundations in the summer. I hate when I have to put my Chanel away because I've gotten too much color.
The first time I put this on my husband told me "you look like you got a little sun yesterday". I told him it was a powder and he was surprised.
For fair skin.
Apply with a stippling brush.
Mostly matte finish with very subtly satin highlights.
Uber cute packaging and presentation.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I am a HUGE fan of this bronzer! Definitely one for lighter skin shades, this cute leopard bronzer adds just the right amount of color and shimmer to my face. I love the tiny bit of glitter it has that isn't too overpowering like some of the bronzers I've used, and it gives me a very natural, sun-kissed look. The price is a bit steep but it lasts so long and the compact it comes in is great! The sturdy compact lets you take it anywhere and the large mirror helps with various makeup touch-ups throughout the day.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This product is great. This bronzer is lovely on my fair skin...not to dark, or orange. I felt like it gave a nice bronze glow to my skin. I do feel like it could be smoother in texture but, it is overall a great bronzer.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
PEACH LEOPARD powder bronzer compact consists of a mixture of a matt soft bronze, tawny peach and a slightly shimmering deep champagne highlight shade. You sweep your brush over all three shades at once for a glowy peach three-in-one soft bronze/blush/highlight.
The peach/light gold glow shade is subtle - which is perfect for my n10 skintone, as most bronzers just turn out orange on me. I've tried taking photos, but the shade is so soft and doesn't photograpgh well, but you can clearly see the highlighting glow on the above pic. PEACH LEOPARD can be worn all year round, but I mainly use it in summer.
The pigmentation is great, the formula contains very subtle shimmer and it lasts all day on me. I have no complaints about this bronzer and even though I still think Pink Leopard is better overall as I wear that all year round, but I will still probably re-buy PEACH LEOPARD if/when I need to for a spring/summer glow.
My only complaint with this is that it is a bit pricey, but as it can be worn every other day, all-year-round I think it is worth it. The glowy peach/bronze colour doesn't look unnatural or give me an orange or 'dirty' look which just about every other bronzer does to my very fair skin.
One last thing; I do have very fair and cool-toned skin, so the soft colours show up easily on, but I don't think this product will show up on medium or dark skintones, as the shades are all light.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I do not like this bronzer,i think it would be better on fair skin tones.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I did not like this product.
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pros - sturdy compact packaging. The mirror reads 'Why be pretty when you can be gorgeous?'.
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cons - turned out orange-y on my fair skin. the price (28.00).
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Overall - I liked that this product was subtle and buildable but the shade came out a soft glowy orange on my skin. I think it would be hard to over do it with this bronzer. No shimmer or glitter chunks. I wound up returning it. I prefer MAC's skin finish as subtle bronzers.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I had tried the Pink Leopard and I liked it a lot it wan't too dark it looked very natural. My skin however looks better with corals and peaches so when I saw this I knew I had to try to. I recieved it in a kit and I am in love. This product it perfect. I am faired skinned and a lot of bronzers are too dark or orange for me. This just was perfect. It was like a nice healthy sun glow. It doesn't pick up easy off brushes I really had to push and swirl around to get the product I needed but, I got it and it looks great!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I am surprised that people here complain about the sheerness of this product, I actually find it quite pigmented and accidentally applied a little too much when I first tried it. Using a dense kabuki brush, you should have no problem picking up enough product to make Peach Leopard show up, even on medium skin tones. On my fair winter skin it shows up a lovely peachy tan, it really warms up my complexion and just makes me look healthy rather than orange. I quite like that it's not completely matte either - it just gives a really natural "real skin" sheen without any obvious chunks of glitter. The only thing that bothers me is that it containes carmine :/
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Ok, I had a general skin consultation done at Ulta and the makeup artist on call brought out Peach Leopard for me to try after someone else tried and failed to find me bronzers that would let me look sun kissed without being over-done.
I am very, very pale, and even in the summertime my skin is extremely fair. I have to say that peach leopard is absolutely perfect for my fair skin tone and brightens it up immensely. It looks exactly like I just spent a day at the beach and got a touch of sun (although in reality, spending a day at the beach is sure to turn me as red as a tomato.) It is really a gorgeous peachy color and perfect for contouring. You just have to have the right skin tone.
The mirrored compact is cute, as most Too Faced packaging is, but the plastic tab feels a little cheap and stiff when i open it. A button or something would be nicer.
Edited to add: People seem to be complaining about how sheer this product is. Well, to that I say: the color is actually very buildable, but keep away if you're not pale. Also I find that the sheerness and build-ability of the color allows me to create a very natural, soft, and flawless look. People definitely do not know I am wearing bronzer, but do comment on how nice my skin looks.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
First, let me say that I do like the color of this...when you swatch it, it is a lovely peached tan color, a very light bronze tone. I am NC20-25, and this barely shows up on me without heavy application. So, if you are any darker in skin tone than me, this is likely to not even show up on you unless you are layering it on top of a cream product, or if you are planning to just use this as more of a highlighter on top of your bronzer. th website describes this as: matte cocoa/ tawny bronze/ warm peach. This retails for $28 at Sephora and ULTA.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I received this in the "The Classics" set, and the most important thing to say is DO NOT WEAR if you are MEDIUM skin toned and up. It takes quite a few sweeps to get it to show up and look nice on my skin, and I am the palest of the pale. I am always the lightest color in foundations. I was surprised this was so poorly pigmented, but like I said it does look very nice on me but on anyone with tanner skin it will probably do nothing. As for the peach in this product, it is a little noticeable, but the bronze comes through more. It does not have as much sheen/shimmer as the pink leopard bronzer does. I will not repurchase this, I think there are much better bronzers out there.
If you are fair I would try this on at sephora or ulta and see if you like it, its very smooth in application. Have someone apply it to your face, because it is not so exciting when you just sweep your finger in it.
Hope this helps xo.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
I got this in a kit, and wasn't sure I would like it. I never have good luck with bronzers, they just don't look natural on me. I have very fair skin with slight yellow undertones.
I really like it. I use it more as I would a blush. The packaging also mentioned you could use it as an eyeshadow. I tried that and like that, too. I aim more for the browner spots when I use it as a shadow. I like to use this as a blush and shadow at the same time for a more natural, sunkissed look, great for casual days.
Edited to add: This has quickly become my favorite blush! I love the way it looks, and it really stays on well! LOVE it!
I have not has the experience of it being too hard pressed. Maybe the packaging that was in the kit made a difference.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I actually have to say that both of the reviews above (or below) are right, even though one is negative and the other is positive, they both had good points. I am fair/light, meaning I am fair during late fall and winter but when I get some sun I turn into a medium toned light, sounds complicated which it is. Anyways when you have fair skin bronzers that have a true brown tone to it can look muddy (even hoola which I adore looks so muddy on me) and ones that have a peach tinge to it look better and being a makeup artist whose been doing this and selling high end beauty products for quite some time I not only find it to be true but have dealt with many a snow white and can safely say that peach leopard is perfect for them. There's no denying it, it is tightly pressed so it does take 2 to 3 applications for it to show obviously on the skin, I usually do 2 because I use it to give color and contour not for all over my face.... and if ur fair it's best not to use it all over unless you want to look not so good. If there was one thing I would change about this product it would be that it wasn';t so tightly packed,,,, because IT IS PIGMENTED... it truly is but for someone who has a darker skin tone will be dissapointed... stick with carribean bunny (for a shimmering glow) or chocolate soleil. But it;s wonderful for us fair ladies since it is tightly packed that insures we won't use more than we need which is actually a good thing for us at least
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Meehhh... it'ok, not really worth paying the higher $$$. Peach leopard is not very pigmented, the powder itself is hard (you got to rub your finger in there to get some color), the peach shade in it can sometimes look a bit orange. It has very subtle glimmers, however on the skin it is more matte with a slight sheen. The effect on the skin is very subtle, I think I can buy a cheap wet n'wild mosaic bronzer and get it to show better. Definitely expected more from Too Faced since bronzers are supposed to be their thing.... This one is not even comparable to Sun Bunny or Snow Bunny. Booooooo.....
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have tried hundreds of beauty products. None have confused me more than Too Faced's Peach Leopard. I confess I bought it, couldn't figure out how to use it, returned it, then bought it again. They call this a bronzer; it definitely fits this description more than their disco-ball Pink Leopard blush. I am very fair, by the way, so keep this in mind. If you are beyond "medium" in skintone, I wouldn't even bother with this product.
Its beauty, and where I got confused, is that it is very, very soft. I wasn't sure it was originally doing anything. There are NO harsh lines ever with this product. The color is a peachy-brown that on my light skin looks exactly a few shades darker (hence, a bronzer).
The most curious things about this product are that it's packed very densely in the compact so you have to swirl away and be very liberal in your application *and* that it has a sheen. Yes, you read that right. It's not sparkle, please read carefully. But it's ...a matte with sheen. I don't know how else to describe it. The end result is incredibly beautiful and incredibly soft. I have *never* messed this product up. It might even be impossible. :)
Overall, this is a huge win for me once I figured out its secrets and how to best apply it. I put this under my cheekbones, along my temples, and on the edges of my forehead for a very lovely light contour. New HG product for sure! If you're looking for immediate bronzing effects, I would try something else like Benefit's Hoola or Estee Lauder's Bronze Goddess bronzers. But for me, it's perfection!
*Edit 4/12/11 - I think this may be for winter or very subtle days. I've figured out bronzers with a bit of golden touches to them work best for me now that it's spring/summer. But I love this product NO less!