Bare Escentuals • Warmth All Over Face Color • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Well, I must start by telling I was completely in love with this product because it gives a lovely, healthy, natural glow. I was using it every single day for months.
Sadly, I was in the middle of the second package when suddenly I broke out on both cheeks and temples, just where I applied the most of it. I waited to make sure that Warmth was the cause of it and, alas, no doubt about it! I am very surprised, because I have generally clear skin and don't break out easily, and this is supposed to be a line for the most sensitive and reactive of skin types.
I am crushed to say- there will be no Warmth for me anymore. Boy, will I miss it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Dark Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this product is use it as a
-over my nose from cheek to cheek
-into my temples
- over my forehead
- under my darker contouring ( lower jaw)
i love this cuz if ur sick it'll just warm you're whole look!
i will forshure repurchase and probably buy in the rest of the shades!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
Let me start by saying, I am super pale. Like, whitest of the white, and very cool/pinky toned. I did not purchase this; I got it from a friend. I didn't really think it would work for me because it looks so dark and somewhat muddy...Not good for a snow white face. But I was pleasantly surprised. Come summer after a trip to california I actually managed to get a tan a little bit and my foundation became too light. I tried this out with a VERY light hand, and it totally brought the "warmth" back into my face! This has been the only "bronzer" product I've ever been able to use without looking ridiculous/fake/orange. Just make sure you use a very, very light hand and build up as necessary so you don't end up looking like you've got dirt smudged on your face. I will probably purchase next summer.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Warmth is perfect for countouring. Apply it to each side of your face in a "E" and "3" pattern blending well to add the perfect contour.
apply lightly of course and you can always soften even more with mineral veil.
i can't go without it !
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Started using Warmth when I bought the Starter Kit from Sephora's back in 2006. Love it, but be careful applying it! I was instructed to flip the container upside down, and then flip it back and open the package. Then LIGHTLY swirl the Kabuki brush around the lid and then tap at least 3-5 times on the side of the lid container. Sounds like overkill, but Warmth is very dark in the package. A tiny amount goes a long way. Costs about $19 from Sephora's.
Swear by it, despite the babying the product requires. It truly does add a special touch to my fair skin. When I wear it, my skin looks sun-kissed, but not in an obvious or exaggerated way. Give it a try!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Great for contouring I love it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Warmth is more versatile than I first realised.
Not only do I use it to apply touches of light, sun-kissed glow to my skin- it is great for gentle contouring which requires the same minuscule amount of product on my brush.
I like to get multi-usage out of buys and this colour also triples as an eye shadow, again great for bronzed eyes, smoky or as a liner.
The price may be off-putting for anyone browsing for a new bronzer but I think that after a year of using this, there is still two-thirds of product left in the jar and this contains no glitter or shimmer- so no scary frost fright for anyone who wants to pass off as naturally glowing. This is strictly matte but sheer.
I gave the packaging 3 lipsticks even though I agree with the minimal use of packaging, this expensive powder would benefit from a deeper jar as to prevent spilling and wastage.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I really like this all over face color - although I don't use it all over. I think warmth is a beautiful color when it's used just as a bronzer; for me, its way too much to be used all over. I got this in the starter kit, and I don't think I'll ever even need to buy another one because a little goes a long way with this product! The color can be very natural, but it's so build-able that you can keep layering it for a more dramatic look. It applies beautifully and it does give a really nice glow to your face when it's applied correctly.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I recently purchased the Bare Minerals starter kit and the Warmth came with it. Looking at it in the container is a little overwhelming. It's very dark. When I was at the Bare Minerals store, the MUA made sure to emphasize that a little does go a long way. What I like is that it is not necessarily matte, but it's not sparkly either. It works perfectly for contouring and gives the skin a sun kissed glow.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I received this from a swap. It looks super dark in the pan, but a tiny bit of this stuff goes a long way, and it's actually quite sheer. It gives my face a nice glow. I sometimes wear it as a bronzing blush or other times all-over face to give myself a very light warm glow (my skin is already kinda tan so it doesn't change my tone drastically). And so far I haven't found it to do anything negative to my skin. It doesn't have any shimmer in it which I love because the other bronzers I own and love do have shimmer, so I can't wear them all over my face.
Now, the packaging is weird and I have no idea how to work it (even though it comes with directions, I still can't figure it out). And the price is a little steep for such a small amount... but then again I guess that small pot will last you a long time. But even still, I'm glad I got this in a swap, because I would not pay $19 for a bronzer.