Benefit Cosmetic’s Hoola Bronzer has been a Holy Grail product for many. But as the name of its cream counterpart suggests – if you’re looking for a quick and easy bronze/contour, your best bet will be the Hoola Quickie contour stick. The soft bronze colour works best on fair to medium skin tones.
These lightweight creams blend out seamlessly on the skin for a natural looking bronze. The accompanying highlights come in a pearl finish for subtle shimmer on the high points of the face. They are also enriched with Vitamin E to encourage a glow from within, too.
Korean beauty is all about enhancing facial features in the most natural way possible, so you can expect the same concept to apply to their products’ technologies too. These cream contours can also double up as bronzers too because of how natural-looking they are when blended into your foundation. Product sets down to a satin finish so it’s not going to look too harsh.
The Fenty Match Stix truly lives up to their claim of being makeup that’s “light as air”. Hardly any effort is needed to perfectly blend the product out on the skin for a subtle sculpt to the cheekbones.
A two-in-one product that combines a shimmery bronzer and highlighter for a lightly sculpted look. Before you jump at the phrase “shimmery bronzer”, don’t worry – the shimmer is actually made of light-correcting microspheres that enhances your features as light hits it.
The silky formula of this bronzer has hints of pearlescence for that natural sun-kissed glow that’s not too harsh.
Blend out the matte bronzer first for a healthy tan, and then use the shimmer end to lightly tap on the bronze for a natural glow. Else, keep the bronze matte, and use the shimmer as a gold highlighter on the cheekbones.