Review: PF Pearls of Perfection(R) Multi-Colored Light Bronzer

4 years ago

I bought this a looooong time ago and never did a review on it because I never really used it.
I still can`t give a detailed review but I wanted to give my opinion.
"- Provides the smooth look of loose powder with the convenience of pressed powder.
- Just the right combination of colors and of matte and iridescent pigments blend together to naturally enhance skin tone.
- Brightens up fair or dull complexions for a brighter, healthier looking glow.

Hypoallergenic. Fragrance-free. Oil-Free. Non-comedogenic. For all skin types. Dermatologist approved."

This product isn`t paraben-free.

I used this more often when I first got it but over time I just stopped. The main reason I stopped using it is because I intentionally got it as a bronzer but it`s only a tidbit darker than my natural skin color so it doesn`t really even show up. The only things that does show up is the shimmer.
I am really not a huge fan of shimmer for face makeup. There are tiny specks of glitter in it but it`s sparse.
<dl> <dt>PROS:</dt> <dd>- Does give a nice glow</dd> <dt>CONS:</dt> <dd>- Hard to apply; I never know if I have enough product on the brush after swirling</dd><dd>- Cost; I got this on clearance 75% off but retail price is $12.95. </dd> <dd>- The fact that it`s pearls makes it a bit messy if you were to spill it but it`s kind of cool</dd></dl>
Forgive the swatch photos. I tried to swatch it enough so that it`ll show up but you can`t really tell.

<em>Overall:</em> I liked it initially but I fell out of love with it once I got a matte bronzer. Now that summer is almost over I think I may bust this out again to use. I have no real problems with this product it`s just preference.
<em>Rating:</em> C
<em>Repurchase:</em> No. At $12.95 I find that too pricey for a product that`s <em>meh</em> to me.

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