love love love love
im a bronzer finatic. i collect them. and am always looking for a bronzer without too much orange or green tones. its really hard, and everyone's skin is different. im on the yellow/olive side, im an NC35 in MAC and 128 in MUFE HD.
when i first saw the naked honey collec. i didn't think i would get anything...<br>
i started seeing swatches and pictures of the highlight powders, and so i went to mac to give them a second look.
honey light, is a gorgeouss light creamy bronze. great as a bronzer for NC20 and under, i think it would be a nice highlight on my skin. i would have picked it up..but it was sold out. and golden nectar was the one i wanted anyway..
golden nectar is the prettiest tan/nude bronze i have ever seen in a powder. once the overspray is gone, you are left with a nice finely milled matte powder. on my skin, golden nectar adds a creamy and very natural bronze affect. and no orange or green! on NC40 skintones, i think golden nectar would make a better highlighter than bronzer. it all depends on your coloring. either way, you can make this work for you!<br>
i like that its not shimmer or glittery. because it looks more natural, and i can add blush over it with shimmer and its not overkill.
im extremely happy with this powder, i would buy it again over and over. the imprint of the honey comb is so adorable. and the shiny packaging is really nice too. i imagine this powder will last me a long time since im always getting new things, but i can tell you, this is a perfect product from mac. its backup worthy. if you haven't had to chance to get either of the powders, look at my color references in this review to see if honey light or golden nectar would work better for you and try to swap for it!<br>