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Too Faced Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer

What it is:A naturally naughty, perfectly natural bronzer. What it does:Enjoy year-round bronzed perfection with the most natural and skin-perfecting glow this side of the Caribbean. The silky golden-bronze warmth combined with a delicate pink, white shimmer, and fawn shimmer mimics a natural just-back-from-vacation glow.
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Questions & Answers for Too Faced Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer

Question
Good for olive sking tone???
I got this as part of a set. Every time I put it on, it only looks like glitter on my face nothing really shows up, it makes my skin look dry and flaky - not bronzed like a lot of the reviews say. Are there any good tips for the application?? I have been using the Too Faced kabuki brush. Or is this just not going to work for my skin tone?? I have an olive tone, but right now because it's winter its borderline light, but I do have yellow undertones.
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(NJ)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
One of the makeup artists at Sephora used this product on me and I have been using it ever since. He used the brown stripe as a contour, highlited my checks with the two lighter shades on the right and used the white shade to contour my brow bone below my eye brows. I rarely use this product as an all over bronzer. This is fabulous and adds just the right amount of glow when used the way I was shown. I can imagine though if it was applied heavily all over, def could be too much.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
missyg913
(Columbus, OH)
answer 2
I have olive skin, too, and I love this. Maybe you're using too much? It could be your brush. I think the Kabuki one is mostly for things like powder foundation and/or loose powder that you want everywhere. I use a brush that is flat on the top and find is easier to apply bronzer because you can be more precise. (I use a Kabuki for all around powder foundation.)
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
gila
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
yes it is great for olive skin! it looks well on all skin colors! I have quite dark/olive skin as well (especially in summer) and I just love the way it looks on me!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
nwoodwa
(Texarkana, AR)
answer 4
I also have olive skin and I found that if you use a base powder such as skin ID bare minerals before applying Snow Bunny will have the effect your looking for. This bronzer is definitely meant to be a lite glow, not a full on orange or brown (something that I find looks unattractive on olive skin). Overall I would just suggest a base coat and if you aren't satisfied get one of the other Too Faced Bronzers such as Sun Bunny!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
vancegirls
(Greenwich, CT)
answer 5
I would have to say that it's probably your darker skin tone. This product comes out pretty light in comparison to other bronzers. Maybe try the Sun Bunny instead? Good luck!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
bunnygirl17
(Long Beach, CA)
answer 6
Try exfoliating your skin twice or three times a week to avoid the dry, flaky look. Also, always moisturize your skin before makeup (preferably use a moisturizer with SPF). That should keep your skin looking nice and moist under the bronzer! Also, these shades look great on olive skin. Try using Too Faced's Flatbuki brush to get a lot of pigment on your skin so that it shows up.
answered 4 years ago
ksabha01
(Toronto, ON)
answer 7
I bought this in a set too. I wouldn't use that brush that came with it just because it's really flimsy and would pick up way too much product. Make sure your skin is not dry, moisturize it and after foundation or whatever it is you use, put this on using a blush brush. I use an angled one for just a overrall glow, but I usually use this as a highlight because I also have olive skin. And use the product VERY sparingly, as it is very pigmented.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
tkaur
(Levittown, NY)
answer 8
This product is most recommended for people with fair/light skin tones. However it should still show up on your skin. I use this product every day and it doesn't make my face too sparkly. I apply mine with a large powder brush instead of the kabuki brush. I tried using a kabuki, and i thought it made it go on too heavily. -- Is it possible that your foundation is drying your skin out and making your face appear flaky, rather than the bronzer? Remember - less is more. Don't keep putting more on because you can't see it. When the light moves across your face it will show up. Move your head from side to side in front of your mirror and see the reflections in the colors and shimmers in the light.

If you really don't think it gives you enough color for your skin, this just may not be the bronzer for you. Try one with more browns and oranges to make your face appear warmer.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
MLoren
answer 9
It is most likely too light for you skin tone. Maybe try a darker bronzer?
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
JulMKell
(Seattle, WA)
answer 10
This bronzer looks best when on top of another product. Instead of using the kabuki brush, use your blush brush which is softer in texture. Also only apply it to the high planes of the face (cheek bones, forehead, bridge of nose and chin) then use your kabuki brush to blend in all over. A little goes a long way.

If you choose to wear it alone, use the peach, yellow shade of the palette.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
CreativeState
(Orange County, CA)
answer 11
i think maybe you would be tter suited for the Beach Bunny, I myself have a medium skintone with yellow undertones.. and i have found that beach bunny is more of a darker bronze
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
lovegiraffes
(Wilmington,CA)
answer 12
i'd say no; this is more of a product for fair skinned people. i'd try to darker version of this for you :)
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
s0ccerchicki
Question
Does this compact come with a brush?
How do you apply this bronzer?
asked 6 years ago
sobiechick
(Ocala, FL)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
This product does not come with a brush but I bought the too faced flatbuki brush which works very well for this compact and is soooooo soft. I think it's $12.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
maia8
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
It does not come with a brush. You will have to buy a nice fluffy powder brush separately. The Too Faced retractable Kabuki Brush would be nice for this product.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
faeriesmak
(Sheboygan, WI)
answer 3
no
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
ttani
(vancouver , bc)
answer 4
i am not a professional makeup artist but i have gotten the advice of one before. i use a kabuki brush to swirl all the colors around evenly. i then apply the product liberally from right below the apples of my cheeks up until i almost hit my hairline under my cheek bones to contour the hollows of my cheeks, and blend up. start using a little bit of the product, then if you think you need more contouring/color, swirl again, and repeat. I then use a pure shimmer product on the apples of my cheeks and on the top of my cheek bones as a highlighter. i blend that too, both up and down so it does not look streaky. remember you can always use more, so start slow. good luck!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 5
No, it does not come with a brush. I suggest getting a Kabuki or Flatbuki brush or a standard Sephora brand bronzer brush.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 6
no it doesn't come with a brush.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
stealmysunshine
(My heart is in CA)
answer 7
No, this does not come with a brush but you can get a flatbuki brush or kabuki brush from too faced to use with it. I would suggest using the pink and the pink brown over all and then a small amount of the darkest brown below the apples of your cheeks. And on the apples, as a highlighter, use the white part.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
babidollface
(Toronto, ON)
answer 8
No, this does not come with a brush but you can get a flatbuki brush or kabuki brush from too faced to use with it. I would suggest using the pink and the pink brown over all and then a small amount of the darkest brown below the apples of your cheeks. And on the apples, as a highlighter, use the white part.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
dolleyesdollhair
(Toronto, ON)
answer 9
No, this does not come with a brush. I would suggest using a medium sized powder brush.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
dmarie
(Westchester, NY)
answer 10
No, this does not come with a brush but you can get a flatbuki brush or kabuki brush from too faced to use with it. I would suggest using the pink and the pink brown over all and then a small amount of the darkest brown below the apples of your cheeks. And on the apples, as a highlighter, use the white part.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
dolleyesdolllips
(Toronto, ON)
answer 11
No Brush.
I apply by sweeping primarily over the pink part, lightly swirl over the other colors and apply to cheeks. then i sweep the white part and highlight in an E and nose.
I also use the white as a brow highlighter and inner corners. the pink and pinkish brown are decent as eyeshadows, but not pigment-y enough for me. the white is a perfect highlighter tho, wish they'd even sell it separately.
answered 6 years ago
MizCouture
(San Diego, CA)
Question
Is this product oil-free?
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
Julian
(Asheville, NC)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
Works great for me, and I have oily skin.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
bbmonie
(Sacramento, CA)
answer 2
YES
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
aliv159
(HOUSTON, TX)
answer 3
yes, it is oil free
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
dr8688
(rogers, arkansas)
answer 4
I'm not sure if it's oil free but I have extremely oily skin that's prone to breakouts and this does not make me look shiney or break out.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
jussjess
(Nashville, TN)
answer 5
It seems to be- it is a light powder and doesn't feel oily at ALL
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
yeahkylieyeah
(Portland, OR)
answer 6
yes
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
ttani
(vancouver , bc)
answer 7
im not sure, but whenever i put anything on my face it tends to get greasy. This product doesn't do that to me and i wear it for hours on end. i tend to only wear it when i'm going out (so not everyday) and i have noticed a very small breakout where i had applied it the next day sometimes, and i'm not especially prone to breakouts. to me this suggests there may be some oil in it.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 8
Yes
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 9
Yes, it's an oil free product. =)
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
babidollface
(Toronto, ON)
answer 10
Yes, it's an oil free product. =)
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
dolleyesdollhair
(Toronto, ON)
answer 11
Yes. Though it makes you appear to have a dewey glow, there is no oil of anykind. Snow Bunny is a powder. I have oily skin and this does not make my skin more oily or make me break out at all.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
xsugarnspiceo
(Central, NJ)
Question
How do you apply this product?
I notticed that there are 4 different streaks of color...are you supposed to mix them all together with a kabuki brush or use each color seprately?
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(CT)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
You swirl your brush over all four colors and apply them at once.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
kphan
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
It's better that you use 2 sections at a time or each one separately for a more defined look.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
akiraadel
(New York, NY)
answer 3
I believe that you are supposed to mix them all together when using them as a face powder..but I have used them separately as eyeshadows. Hope that this helps.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
faeriesmak
(Sheboygan, WI)
answer 4
you would ideally just sweep your brush all over them and it put it on, but i have tried just sweeping it over the brown part, for bronzing and light part for highlighting,, and pink for blushing and it works !! and the whole sweep makes a really nice all over face powder
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
ttani
(vancouver , bc)
answer 5
you're supposed to swirl a kabuki brush around the compact so every color is mixed together on the brush. then i use the brush to apply the product under my cheek bones almost to my hairline to under the apples of my cheeks, then blend well. i then use a pure shimmer product on the apples of my cheeks and on the top of my cheek bones as a highlighter, and blend. i use a decent amount of the snow bunny but you could use as little as you like depending on how much contouring you want or how bronze you want to be. just go slow, you can always apply more.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 6
Mix them all together with the swirl of your brush!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
me26
(Louisville, KY)
answer 7
I prefer mixing the colors because it gives it more depth.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 8
Start with the lightest shade always so that your clean brush doesn't mix the colors up. Apply the whitest color right above the apples of your cheeks as a highlighter. The pink would go right below that as a light, sheer blush. Then take the most medium shade, the soft, light brown towards the right and dust that below the apples of your cheeks and over your T-zone (Forehead and nose bone) as the light hits right over that as you go into the sun. If you want a more defined jaw line, you could also stroke two lines right on the bone of the same shade. Make sure you slightly blend the edges of the three colors you applied on your cheek so they look more natural. Then, use the darkest color to add detail to you cheeks. Start from a few inches of your mid ear and create slope downwards to create a high cheekbone effect. Slowly rub the darkest color with your brush, blending it so it looks natural.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
babidollface
(Toronto, ON)
answer 9
Start with the lightest shade always so that your clean brush doesn't mix the colors up. Apply the whitest color right above the apples of your cheeks as a highlighter. The pink would go right below that as a light, sheer blush. Then take the most medium shade, the soft, light brown towards the right and dust that below the apples of your cheeks and over your T-zone (Forehead and nose bone) as the light hits right over that as you go into the sun. If you want a more defined jaw line, you could also stroke two lines right on the bone of the same shade. Make sure you slightly blend the edges of the three colors you applied on your cheek so they look more natural. Then, use the darkest color to add detail to you cheeks. Start from a few inches of your mid ear and create slope downwards to create a high cheekbone effect. Slowly rub the darkest color with your brush, blending it so it looks natural.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
dolleyesdollhair
(Toronto, ON)
answer 10
I mix them all together and apply it with my sephora professional bronzer brush.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
kota
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 11
You can do anything! I personally like to swirl all the colors together and apply it to my face in the E3 shape, then use the light white to highlight and the pink to give a little color. However, I do use blush underneath because it doesn't give enough pink for me. I use the flat blush brush from sephora, but for more color use a kabuki brush.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
karmark
(Denver, CO)
Question
i have dry ,fair skin what kind of brush should i use for this bronzer
what kind of brush should i use with this bronzer . i do have a quo bronzer brush but i am not sure it will work
asked 5 years, 3 months ago
Anonymous
(st.albert. ab)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
I use the too faced flatbuki brush which is really soft. It is $12.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
maia8
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
I have been using a fluffy blush brush for this product with success.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
faeriesmak
(Sheboygan, WI)
answer 3
use teddy bear hai brushes by too faced, either the flatbuki or the powder pouf brush that comes with a pink handle, even the kabuki brush is awesome, they pick up the right amount of powder and gives an amazing airbrushed look and its soo soft , so long lasting,, does not shed ever ,ive had my flat buki for two years and its as good as new evry time i shampoo it :D
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
ttani
(vancouver , bc)
answer 4
I use the Sephora Brand Flex Kabuki Brush and am thrilled with the results. Most Kabuki brushes I've seen retail around 50 dollars but with its smaller price tag and dual capability I couldn't be more thrilled with this purchase. I like the way it works for this bronzer so much I keep the two in a separate makeup bag in my purse!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
vancegirls
(Greenwich, CT)
answer 5
i use a kabuki brush (the kind the advertise/sell with the bare minerals products) i just happened to have purchased awhile ago but are pretty common. It's a short, big headed brush that has bristles that fan out more at the top than the bottom. it's good for swirling powders together and blending. good luck!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 6
Any brush works with this bronzer. I have used my blush brush and the brush out of one of my benefit blush kits as well. They both work very well with it.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
firegurl
(Arizona)
answer 7
I use MACs bronzer brush #134 and it works beautifully with Snow Bunny because it is longish rather than round like a kabuki. I have used many bronzer brushes, but MAC is my favorite.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
bubblehead
(Fairfax, Virginia)
answer 8
I would try the Kabuki brush, it is a bit of an investment, but it is the best brush that I have ever used.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 9
Well firstly, I suggest you do something about that dry skin. Use Dior's Hydraction face cream under your make up and also before you go to bed, especially on your cheeks. This will not only take care of the dryness but also work as a primer for your make up.

I'm not sure if you wear foundation or what type of foundation you use ex. dry powder, liquid, spray on. But if you do use powder, you could also use Urban Decay's face primer over your cheeks so that it holds more. If you use a liquid foundation, it will help keep this bronzer on and if you don't use any foundation, you will definitely need the primer to keep this on for longer.

This bronzer is a lovely four color combination, set specifically for people with lighter skin so that is can be used in tasteful amounts. It's got more of a pink undertone so that your skin doesn't look orange after you dust this on.

I suggest getting Too Faced's very own Flatbuki brush for this bronzer, the Retractable Kabuki Brush would be better suited for the Sun Bunny shade as it picks up both shades quite easily.

Start with the lightest shade always so that your clean brush doesn't mix the colors up. Apply the whitest color right above the apples of your cheeks as a highlighter. The pink would go right below that as a light, sheer blush. Then take the most medium shade, the soft, light brown towards the right and dust that below the apples of your cheeks and over your T-zone (Forehead and nose bone) as the light hits right over that as you go into the sun. If you want a more defined jaw line, you could also stroke two lines right on the bone of the same shade. Make sure you slightly blend the edges of the three colors you applied on your cheek so they look more natural. Then, use the darkest color to add detail to you cheeks. Start from a few inches of your mid ear and create slope downwards to create a high cheekbone effect. Slowly rub the darkest color with your brush, blending it so it looks natural.

You don't even have to use a blush with this bronzer, it's so amazing and gives you such a natural look.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
babidollface
(Toronto, ON)
answer 10
I have been using a blush brush, and it works well. I find that the bronzer brushes and too big and thick and with the blush brush, it works very well with this product and you can do a light application too.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
sherylb
(Edmonton, Alberta)
answer 11
Well firstly, I suggest you do something about that dry skin. Use Dior's Hydraction face cream under your make up and also before you go to bed, especially on your cheeks. This will not only take care of the dryness but also work as a primer for your make up.

I'm not sure if you wear foundation or what type of foundation you use ex. dry powder, liquid, spray on. But if you do use powder, you could also use Urban Decay's face primer over your cheeks so that it holds more. If you use a liquid foundation, it will help keep this bronzer on and if you don't use any foundation, you will definitely need the primer to keep this on for longer.

This bronzer is a lovely four color combination, set specifically for people with lighter skin so that is can be used in tasteful amounts. It's got more of a pink undertone so that your skin doesn't look orange after you dust this on.

I suggest getting Too Faced's very own Flatbuki brush for this bronzer, the Retractable Kabuki Brush would be better suited for the Sun Bunny shade as it picks up both shades quite easily.

Start with the lightest shade always so that your clean brush doesn't mix the colors up. Apply the whitest color right above the apples of your cheeks as a highlighter. The pink would go right below that as a light, sheer blush. Then take the most medium shade, the soft, light brown towards the right and dust that below the apples of your cheeks and over your T-zone (Forehead and nose bone) as the light hits right over that as you go into the sun. If you want a more defined jaw line, you could also stroke two lines right on the bone of the same shade. Make sure you slightly blend the edges of the three colors you applied on your cheek so they look more natural. Then, use the darkest color to add detail to you cheeks. Start from a few inches of your mid ear and create slope downwards to create a high cheekbone effect. Slowly rub the darkest color with your brush, blending it so it looks natural.

You don't even have to use a blush with this bronzer, it's so amazing and gives you such a natural look.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
dolleyesdollhair
(Toronto, ON)
Question
Shimmer or Matte? Good for in between skin tone?
Is this shimmer or matte? Which would be better for me - Beach Bunny or Snow Bunny? I'm not fair, but I'm not dark either (brown hair/eyes - would say I'm more dark than fair though!)
asked 5 years, 1 month ago
JanineG
(Philadelphia, PA)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
Definitely shimmer. Good for going out at night!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
noodles74
(Wellesley, MA)
answer 2
this is def a shimmer. It's not glittery, but its shimmer adds to the glow of the bronzer. I don't have the beach bunny, but from pictures it looks more orangey. this product has 4 different colors that give a bronze glow. This is just a theory, but the white adds the shimmer and tones down the darkness the pink picks up natural hues in any skin tone and makes it look more natural. when applied it contours your face and def makes your face as bronze as noticeably bronze as you want depending on how much you choose to apply. id recommend snow bunny.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 3
i am darker skin toned, and i find the snow bunny very light and golden on my face. if you really want the bronze effect, try the beach bunny. it is also excellent and i use the beach bunny more in the summer and snow bunny in the winter. sometimes i use the beach bunny over the snow bunny.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
aplus
(toronto, ON)
answer 4
I would go to the store & let the reps help with application and picking out the correct bronzer, Off the top I'd say beach because it's a bit deeper & you can handle it with your olive complexion. Wish you well!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
georgializ
(Augusta, GA)
answer 5
Shimmer! I would go with snow bunny, beach bunny is very dark but if you have a light hand it can also work!
answered 4 years ago
cc72
(CA)
answer 6
It does have a shimmer to it, but I don't find it too much. I guess it would depend on whether you want a little warmth to your skin or you actually want to look a little more "tanned". Personally, I like the pink tone in the snow bunny, too.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
olivehue
(Spokane, WA)
answer 7
Your coloring sounds similar to mine, and I've used both of those colors of this. Overall I like Snow Bunny better, because it gives a little bit more of a boost or shimmer to my skin. Sun Bunny seems to blend in and not make much of a difference. But you could buy the little set, where you get both of these and a third one too, try them all!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
me26
(Louisville, KY)
answer 8
My skin tone and eye color is the same as yours. I think this is wonderful for our complexion. I love that you can adjust the color depending upon which color combo is chosen.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
bubblehead
(Fairfax, Virginia)
answer 9
I am pretty light skinned and I love the Snow Bunny because it is incredibly subtle. If you have more of a medium tone, I would go for the Beach Bunny because the other may be too sublte for your skin tone.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 10
I have both Snow Bunny and Sun Bunny - they do contain shimmer and both of them work great with my medium skin tone. Sun Bunny is more of a traditional bronzer for a natural tanned look, whereas Snow Bunny is much lighter and has pink tones for more of a healthy, rosy glow. I love them both, it just depends on what kind of look I'm going for that day. I don't own Beach Bunny because I think it would be too dark for my personal taste, but this also has shimmers - it's pretty, but for more of a deeper tan look than Sun Bunny.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
mgl7
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 11
Snow bunny definitely has shimmer. Sun bunny I think is matte, but I'm not sure. It depends on if you're using it as a bronzer or as a contour color. On a scale of 1-10 on the palenes factor, 1 being porcelain and 10 being california tan, if you place yourself anywhere above a 4 or 5 I'd go with sun bunny :)
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
lolitakat
(Gainesville, Fl)
Question
I have fair skin and blonde hair, would this be a good match for me?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
efavreau
(Olathe, KS)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
Absolutely! It's quite subtle but you can build it up, so it can easily be applied lightly for a subtle glow.
answered 4 years ago
sabsprincess
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
I have fair skin and used to have blonde hair (just dyed it dark for the winter) but I loved the way it looked/looks on me. It gives my skin justa subtle bronze glow that doesn't look dirty like some other bronzers.
answered 4 years ago
x3love
(Tulsa, OK)
answer 3
Because the shades in this compact are really light, and there are pink and frosty white shades in there, it should look great on your fair skin. Just be careful about how much you use, and always blow on the brush before you apply it to your skin to avoid looking like Raggedy Ann!
answered 4 years ago
ksabha01
(Toronto, ON)
answer 4
Yes I have the same skin and hair as you and I love it! I use it every day!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
firegurl
(Arizona)
answer 5
Yes, this product will give you a sublte glow.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 6
Yes, This product is great and most reccomended for fair skinned people - such as myself. It really warms up your face and creates a pretty color.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
MLoren
answer 7
I have fair skin and I am blonde and I find it is a very good fit, but it is subtle.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
trevan
(Sarasota, FL)
answer 8
Yes, this product is perfect for those of us with fair skin! Not too dark- just the right amount of color to look sun-kissed
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
JulMKell
(Seattle, WA)
answer 9
I have very naturally blonde hair and fair skin as well and I can't live with out it!
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
emtaht39
(Virginia)
answer 10
Yes. The product is builable, so you can create a light, sun kissed look or a warmer, tanned look. It's a winter/summer bronzer, so it compliments diverse seasons as well as diverse skin color.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
doriw
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 11
I think it would be a good match; what I like about Snow Bunny is that is goes on lightly. Perfect for fair skin. Just remember that it has a shimmer, so if you're looking for a matte bronzer this wouldn't be the right fit.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
cherrieb
(Worcester, MA)
Question
Can the dark brown shade be used as a contour shade for light skin?
I'm looking for a good bronzer that also can contour well. Think I should go for this or Nars Laguna?
asked 5 years, 3 months ago
Christinexx
(Stamford, CT)
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
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answer 1
I would go for the nars laguna because this compact is very shimmery. Also, the pigmentation in this compact is not the best.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
maia8
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
yes the bronze portion of the compact can be used for contouring
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
akiraadel
(New York, NY)
answer 3
I don't think that it would be a good contour color. It is VERY shimmery and not very pigmented even alone. You would be better off with Benefit Hoola or something similiar that is matte if you are looking to contour.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
faeriesmak
(Sheboygan, WI)
answer 4
i have tried using the dark brown for bronzer and it works, the light shade works as a highlighter and the pink as a blush on very light skin,,,and also swooping it all up will give you an awesome caribbean glow
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
ttani
(vancouver , bc)
answer 5
i've used Nars products before and always be disappointed, especially in their promise of shimmer. I am not familiar with the Nars product, but this one has just the right amount of shimmer which only enhances its effect. This is an great bronzer and can be applied lightly for a barely there look or more heavily (what i do), which still doesn't look overly bronzed or made-up. I use it to contour my cheek bones by applying it liberally underneath them almost to the hair line, and blending. It works really well, makes them pop, and even makes my face look thinner. i love this product and won't buy another bronzer again.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 6
This one contours very well and looks natural you wont have lines unless you want them.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
firegurl
(Arizona)
answer 7
I would highyly recomend this over nars. this bronzer stays on forever and you can combine all the colors or just use the brown which looks just as great!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
irenep07
answer 8
I think it would well as a contour because it's not color heavy. It's also not super shimmery. I'm not familiar with the Nars product.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
olivehue
(Spokane, WA)
answer 9
You could try it, but I think Laguna might be a better choice. Contouring is difficult to do well.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
bubblehead
(Fairfax, Virginia)
answer 10
The dark color is more of a soft cocoa shade. Depending on your complexion it would look nice as a complementary color. If used alone, the shade is very soft.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
CreativeState
(Orange County, CA)
answer 11
i think you should go for laguna for conturing...i have used both products
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
jfox
(oakland, ca)
Question
Will this make me look sparkly?
I have light skin and want something that looks natural and can be worn every day. Should I try something else?
asked 5 years ago
Anonymous
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
It's kind-of sparkly, but in a very grown up way. I use it for day and night, and I constantly get complements on how great it looks.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
bunnygirl17
(Long Beach, CA)
answer 2
I have light skin too, and the product isnt too shimmery, so I wear it every day. Its very natural looking, and i get a lot of compliments. :)
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
makeuppjunkie
answer 3
This does have a defined shimmer in it, so if you are looking for a matte bronzer, highlighter or blush than I would not recommend this for you. I use it every day and receive many complements on it but I also wear shimmer eye shadows and have very dry skin, so I am missing that natural glow that this product provides!
answered 4 years ago
cc72
(CA)
answer 4
This compact does have quite a bit of shimmer. If you want a matte look, I'd go with a different bronzer. If anything, perhaps only use it at night when you're going out if you're against having shimmery skin during the day.
answered 4 years ago
ksabha01
(Toronto, ON)
answer 5
As long as you don't apply it heavily, you will be fine.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
lalakaitlin
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 6
I also have fair/ light skin and I wear this product every day. it doesn't make my face sparkly, it just creates a light shimmer. -- I definitely like it.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
MLoren
answer 7
I have not found this to be sparkly at all. It is subtle. I wear it to work and for day wear. It does not have that evening night out sparkle look at all. Nice natural, golden (but not heavy color) glow.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
trevan
(Sarasota, FL)
answer 8
It is not necessarily "sparkly" but there is definately shimmer in this compact! So if you tend to stear clear of products that shimmer and shine and sparkle, perhaps this is not the product for you.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
JulMKell
(Seattle, WA)
answer 9
No, its not glittery. It gives your skin a beautiful sheen and nice glow.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
emtaht39
(Virginia)
answer 10
Yes, this gives quite a shimmer to the skin for a light, but golden hue. The sales rep said it's versatile for diverse skin types and can be used year round because the intensitiy can go from light to deep.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
doriw
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 11
Yes very sparkly. Try Nars blush in the Orgasm shade.
answered 5 years ago
pinkpug
(N.KINGSTOWN, RI)
Question
Muddy at all?
I want something that gives a nice luminous glow. I don't know if this is it. Im debating between NARS laguna or this. It is the winter so I think this might be better because i'm paler now, but idk. Does it get muddy or too orange? I've had problems with orangey-ness in the past.
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
naturalbeauty90
on Snow Bunny Luminous Bronzer
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Not orange at all. In fact, i'd say it's mostly pink (but not shimmery).
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
gila
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
it doesnt look muddy or orange at all! it just creates a nice luminous glow to your face!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
nwoodwa
(Texarkana, AR)
answer 3
When I went into Sephora I was looking for a natural looking bronzer and after trying a handful Snow Bunny stuck out the most. Because of its subdued shades Snow Bunny gives you a natural glow without making you look orange or fake, something I was worried about as well. Be aware that it is a shimmery bronzer so if you are looking for a matte look this isn't the bronzer for you. Overall, I couldn't be more thrilled with this product and I would definitely recommend it to others!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
vancegirls
(Greenwich, CT)
answer 4
no. its def not too orange, i wouldn't use it if it was even slightly fake and orange looking. the 4 different colors give it a nice bronzy glow. I have notice you have to put a decent amount on to really get a contouring effect, and for it to show up as much as i would like (which is not too heavy). So if you're worried about it coming on too strong, just apply less. i'd suggest you give it a chance.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
skylarquinn
(philadelphia, pa)
answer 5
If applied lightly, this product will give you the shimmery glow you're after.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
moontanned
(Miramar, Florida)
answer 6
not muddy at all. light and feels like i'm wearing nothing. lasts all day. it gives a nice sheen.glowing effect. i apply it with a big, fluffy brush all over. great product. give it a try
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
aplus
(toronto, ON)
answer 7
No, I really don't think it turns you "orange-y" of course if you apply way too much you'd probably see a more orange color. But i like it because i don't use it alot, which is really all I need. I get paler too, so i like this a lot. I'd say you should go with this product. I hope this helps you out and good luck :)
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Toledo, Ohio)
answer 8
Not at all....its great
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
chaneldr
(Queens, Ny)
answer 9
I have not had that problem with it looking muddy. It actually gives a great glow!!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
butterfly86
(farmingdale, NY)
answer 10
Doesn't look muddy - gives a nice glow for the winter. NARS Laguna is quite dark - I wear it in the summer when I have a tan, and it's great for that, but is too dark for the winter. This is a great bronzer!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
leabee3
(Toronto, Canada)
answer 11
I don't think you'll have a problem with orangyness at all or muddiness with this product. It's light & glowy. It sort of just blends with your natural skin tone & enhances what you have & makes it look better. Have fun!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
georgializ
(Augusta, GA)
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