Bronze Cheek Face Glow Palette$55
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About Natasha Denona Bronze Cheek Face Glow Palette
Enhance your skin’s natural beauty and discover a radiant complexion with Bronze Cheek Face Glow Palette from Natasha Denona. This do-it-all face palette features four cream and powder shades that can be worn on cheeks, eyes, and lips for an all-around sunkissed glow.
About The Shades
- Bounce Cream Glow: sheer ivory pink with a duochrome finish
- Bounce Cream Blush: light cool bronze with a metallic finish
- Super Glow Nude: soft champagne with a metallic finish
- Super Glow Bronze: rich bronze with a metallic finish
Why It’s Special
- Inspired by the iconic Sunset Eyeshadow Palette that’s a true fan favorite
- Alluring bronzes, creamy tans, and incandescent champagnes for bronzed, blushed, and highlighted skin that lasts
- All shades double as eyeshadows
How To Use
- Use a sponge, brush, or fingertip to apply Bounce Cream Glow to the tops of cheekbones.
- Apply Bounce Cream Blush to apples of cheeks.
- Use a highlighter brush or fingertip to sweep Super Glow Nude and Super Glow Bronze to intensify the cheekbone area.
- Size: 0.42 oz / 12 g
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ReviewsAmy H. Jun 25, 2020
Great formulas for an ethereal look
This is my first ND face palette (I have Sunset, Bronze, and Gold eyeshadow and a few of the minis), and I was a bit nervous due to reviews of the previous "tan" face palette being too dark and bright for everyday looks on fair skin and also my own experiences with creamy textures that never seem to lay correctly on my face (either they are too slippery or they highlight texture).
For color reference my skin is 3.75 in GA Luminous Silk and "Fair 3" in CT Light wonder foundation. I used the CT under this, without powder and got to work. Overall I think this would be a wonderful "weekend away" palette that you could use on eyes and cheeks as a base for glowing skin; but I took one star off because, at least for me, despite the name, I still needed a bronzer (and quite frankly blush) to finish the look and also I think the color story is a bit off. The putty/cream highlighter is cool toned crystal white (think 'candlelight' from Kevyn Aucoin or 'incandescent' from Hourglass) with a pink shift, but the powder highlighter is a slightly warmer champagne gold. The blush is more of a bronzy contour with a warm ruddy brown color and the 'bronzing' powder is a bright warm metallic copper. I love all these colors, but I would use them sparingly and only in certain places with each other. See a full explanation/description below:
The 'bounce cream glow' texture is really interesting- there isn't a cheap "slip" like there is in most cream formulations: it truly is a putty. I used my finger to dab in it and I was able to really work it into my skin- which gave it a subtle, very buildable glow without highlighting texture. It gave a true 'lit from within" with a slight pink shift. I loved it as a highlighter that could build to a highlighter/blush combo (with the pink on the apple of my cheek). I loved how I could play with the product to build it up to create a more intense look or more a subtle sheen. It reminds me of the PML "triple highlighter" that had a white bubble highlighter with a pink shift- but that is way more bright. I did take a brush and lay that over the cream highlighter and it had a larger impact. I also eventually used this on my inner eye corner and on my cupid's bow- fabulous!
The "blush" is the same putty texture that blends well into the skin with fingers and I used it both with fingers and then a Wayne Goss 01 brush to buff it in. I used it more like a contour under the highlighter into the hollow under the bone of my cheeks and it looked better the more and more I buffed it into my skin and upwards into the highlighter. It truly blends well. The only issue, is that this isn't really a blush for my skin tone and it really only works well for me along the cheek bone and into my temple. It blends seamlessly into the highlighter to create a glowy depth.
The Super Glow Nude powder is a finely milled traditional highlighter. As described above it has a more warm champagne gold color, which is beautiful on it's own, but blended on top of the Bounce Cream glow tended to overpower the pink shift and the cream color. It worked better as a highlighter over the warmer toned bounce cream blush (see above- more of a tawny red based brown contour).
Super Glow Bronze powder is really bright! I tapped some on my eyelids and it was fabulous. On my cheeks I used a very light hand with a squirrel hair brush and it didn't really show up as more than sparkle. I think this would be a fabulous bronzer for darker skin tones as a one and done bronze highlighter.
I finished my look with a bit more of a pink powder on the apples of my cheeks for a blush and used a Kevyn Aucoin bronzer in Tropical Days (as it has a bit of a shimmer) all over to give warmth and depth to my face. Then mascara, liner, lip balm. Great look.18 found this helpful.Rebecca S. 2 days ago
Interesting take on bronze.
This is part of her Bronze eyeshadow palette collection, but rather puzzling because to me it does not look bronze or give any sort of bronzing effect. These are all highlighters. The duo chrome is nice, but the one powder is extremely warm toned and hard to blend on light skin tones.