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If I`m contouring, I always reach for Chocolate Soleil because it is completely matte and looks natural. As for AMC #75, I prefer to use it as a bronzer because I can see microscopic gold shimmers & a gold sheen upclose under artificial lighting and it looks extremely shimmery under direct sunlight, which looks very unnatural, especially if you`re using it to contour. It only looks good & natural from a short distance (1ft or farther) in indoor lighting because I can`t see the gold sheen or shimmer. Just keep in mind that AMC #75 is more suitable to use as a bronzer and not for contouring.
Another thing that I`m not too fond of is the formula of the product. It`s very dusty and even if you are tapping the brush lightly into the pan, it still makes a mess in the pan. I`ve also tried pressing the brush firmly into the pan and it doesn`t make a mess; however, the brush ends up picking up too much product that way, and then I have to tap off the excess; thus, it still makes a mess in the pan.
Another important thing to mention is that I`ve only used the Inglot bronzer less than 10 times, but there`s already a dent in the pan! I`ve used my other bronzers and blushes more than 20 times; however, I`ve barely made a dent in any of them and they still look like new. The problem with Inglot`s bronzer is that the formula is smoother & more crumbly, and this is also the reason why it makes such a mess in the pan. No doubt, I will hit pan faster even if I don`t use it as much as my other bronzers and blushes.
The Inglot AMC #75 Bronzing Powder retails $19 for 9 grams. I got mine for $14.40 from an Inglot store when they were having a sale. Even though Too Faced Chocolate Soleil costs $29 for 10 grams and Mac`s bronzers retails $21-$24 for 10 grams, it`s much more worth it to invest in those brands because they last longer in the pan and their formula is not dusty, powdery or crumbly. I highly recommend checking them out because their quality is far superior to Inglot.