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Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer


Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer

What it is: A light matte bronzer infused with real cocoa powder and long-wearing pigments. What it does: Too Faced has combined the natural detoxifying effects of real cocoa powder with their signature bronzing pigments to create a lighter version of their bestselling Chocolate Soleil original matte bronzer. The Milk Chocolate shade is perfectly suited for pale to medium skintones for a touch of summer warmth all year-long. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Dyes- Petrochemicals- Phthalates- GMOs- Triclosan What else you need to know: This tan-in-a-compact excites the senses with Too Faced’s signature, natural chocolate scent.
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Questions & Answers for Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer

Question
What is the best way to apply this bronzer?
This is the first bronzer I've ever purchased. Since it's fall, I just want a natural glow, so please tell me what kind of brush I should use to apply it. I've been using a medium blush brush but that doesn't seem right. Also, do I put it on lightly all over (like a matte powder), or just focus on certain areas of my face? Thanks!!
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
Kiwi1988
(Fort Collins, CO)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
7 answers
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answer 1
A brush will always depend on yourself and what you want, the bigger though less control, I use a blush brush in the hollows of my cheeks then blend but usually brushes are cut differently but the same hair. From my knowledge of makeup though do not put it over or you will look like an ompaloopa, the sun doesn't tan you the same all over it hits key points (Contour points) so the T zone on you face should go without watch some videos on youtube for more specific areas but I do cheek hollows jaw line and up the side temples blended to the forehead, watch the forehead because that's where you can really screw up if you cover the same because its so much bare skin, even if you don't notice other people will and you will in pictures.
answered 4 months ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 2
The best way to apply by far is the following. You make a 3 shape starting from the hairline to the apples of the cheeks down to the jawline. You do the same on the other side- make sure you blend blend blend to create the most natural finish. If you want a more glamourous look make a 'w' shape in the middle of the face starting from the left side of the face to the apples of your cheeks, nose and back up to create that 'w' shape. That adds a bit more of a glam look. You can also just use it to contour the cheekbones and jawline if you have fair skin. Good luck!
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Leoraloo
(Thornhill, Ontario)
answer 3
Bobbi Brown bonzer brush is perfect for this. Watch Monika Blunder on youtube for bronzer application.
answered 1 year ago
SoftBlonde
answer 4
I personally love applying this bronzer with a Sigma F20 Large Powder Brush. It is a synthetic (meaning it has black hairs), large powder brush. You could use any powder brush, but just make sure its huge. It really makes this product look more natural and airbrushed. You could also use a duo powder brush (black and white hairs) which would apply this bronzer even lighter.
answered 1 year ago
ReddHeadd
(Austin, TX)
answer 5
I know you said you use a medium blush brush, but try the 'blush brush' from Real Techniques. It's only about $10 and perfect for what you need. :)
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
EmilyGrace11
(Conyers, GA)
answer 6
I use a bigger powder brush and take it just under my cheek bones, up to my temples, and then along the jaw line. It's buildable, so you can start very subtle and apply more product to get the result you want. It never looks muddy or dirty on me, even when I go dramatic with it.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
TJSonntag
(Ann Arbor, MI)
answer 7
I use the Sephora #59 brush. I contour my cheeks a bit, apply some lightly on my temples, nose, chin, and jawline. After picking up product on the brush, I always tap off the excess.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
jujabella
(New York, NY)
Question
Ok for acne-prone skin?
Is it oil-free? Non-comedogenic? Yes/no? People with acne-prone skin need to know this for every product they use, Sephora. I no longer have active acne but need to watch what I use - much like a lot of other women. Please help!
asked 11 months ago
AriesAsh2
(Philadelphia, PA)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
7 answers
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answer 1
I loved this product but unfortunately, it caused little bumps to form. I have sensitive skin and my dermatologist said the bumps were called millia. He believes the talc in this product caused it. I hope it doesn't happen to anyone else as it took forever to rid my skin of the bumps. I'm sad to say I can't use this product anymore :(
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
jksn75
(Tucson, AZ)
answer 2
I have acne. It does wonders for my skin.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Gigi0212
(Columbia, SC)
answer 3
I cannot answer whether it is oil free or not, but I can tell you whenever I used this bronzer I broke out in little tiny bumps in my contour areas (the big E or 3). I noticed they would disappear if I chose not to use it the next day. I have skin sensitive to oil in powder products.
answered 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Lexiketty
(Pennsylvania)
answer 4
I have acne prone skin and this bronzer is amazing for that.
The reason It is so fantastic is that it is made with pure cocoa powder and has lots of antioxidants that are very healthy for the skin. You should have no issues with it in that respect.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Leoraloo
(Thornhill, Ontario)
answer 5
I have really oily acne prone skin...and I would say that while this product is NOT oily at all, I have noticed some breakouts in areas I apply it, but I can't say 100% that it was this product, it could be something else I'm using. Either way, I'm still using it as I love how it looks on my skin.
answered 8 months ago
ProjectHalfDone
(Blacksburg, VA)
answer 6
I have very sensitive skin and I have never had a breakout from this.
answered 9 months ago
orangechiffon
(denver, co)
answer 7
I can't say anything as to break outs but this bronzer turned orange on me, just like all the rest. I have oily skin and apparently that changes the nature of the pigments. I returned it.
answered 11 months ago
dotinfla
(Gainesville, FL)
Question
Comparison to NARS Laguna?
Which one would you say is better for very pale skins?
I actually have a weird habit of buying products from only certain brands and Too Faced is not one of them but for a good non-muddy looking bronzer I'm willing to compromise, haha.
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
beefbubbles
(MB, Canada)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
6 answers
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answer 1
It kind of depends on what you want to use it for. I prefer the Milk Chocolate because it is lighter and matte but if you like a bronzer to have shimmer you should choose Laguna.
answered 11 months ago
elibbzabeth
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
For me, I prefer Too Faced just because I wanted a bronzer with little to no shimmer for everyday all over wear. Laguna is a more dramatic look perfect for contouring.
answered 11 months ago
glamabonanza
answer 3
Being a natural red-head, I have extremely fair skin. I would totally recommend this product. It is completely nod-muddy, and I am VERY picky about bronzers. I tried NARS Laguna a few years back, and didn't really care for it. It's a little too dark. The Too Faced blends really well, especially if you use a really big synthetic or duo powder brush. I might want to give Laguna another try though, because I've head good things. Hope this helped. Good luck!
answered 1 year ago
ReddHeadd
(Austin, TX)
answer 4
For pale skin, use the Laguna. Its HIGHLY pigmented, so you can just get a little amount and then build it up as you need.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
Oldling
(Fort Collins, CO)
answer 5
i switched from NARS Laguna to this Too Faced bronzer and i am quite pale. I like this better and its still dark enough to contour but not as harsh and dark as Laguna. You can definitely build this bronzer up to a darker tone. The best part is that everytime you use it, it smells like chocolate and its so amazing!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
Hellokilly
(Charleston, SC)
answer 6
I own both and am also somewhat fair. Nars laguna is a little bit trickier to blend, and it also has shimmer, which isn't AS good for contouring (I do it anyway, but it's made me look muddy more than once when I try to blend it too much)

Laguna is definitely much darker, so if you are especially pale it may not look as natural as you want it to.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
firedxupp
(Raleigh, NC)
Question
Right color for NW15?
I got this bronzer in Medium/Deep but feels like little dark for me.
I'm recently NW15 because of all breakouts on my cheeks but used to NC15.
Can't decide between milk chocolate and chocolate in deep.
Which one should I get??
( I also own bobbi brown matte bronzer in No.1 Golnden light and when I swatch on my hand with Chocolate Soleil deep bronzer, the bobby one is darker and oranger.)
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
chacha321
(Calgary)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
6 answers
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answer 1
Oops, I mean to say get the lighter one. The milk chocolate one is definitely light enough for you.
answered 1 year ago
SoftBlonde
answer 2
This is definitely light enough for you. Very natural looking with no orange. Much lighter than Bobbi Brown's natural - I have both.
answered 1 year ago
SoftBlonde
answer 3
The 'milk chocolate' bronzer is wonderful. It gives me perfect sunkissed color whether I'm pale in the winter time or tan in the summer. It gives you great color without looking like you are wearing bronzer, it just looks natural. So if you think the 'chocolate' was too dark, I would definitely try the 'milk chocolate!'
answered 1 year ago
mkitch
(AL)
answer 4
It sounds like you and I have similar skin tones. I'm a NW 15 too. I would definitely recommend the milk chocolate for everyday use. I also want to purchase the chocolate soleil moving into the summer months, because I will start up my sunless tanning routine. I know this may not be helpful, but I'd buy both.
answered 1 year ago
ReddHeadd
(Austin, TX)
answer 5
I'm NW20 and this bronzer was AWFUL for me, had to return it. It leans very orange. I will say that it is fairly light in application, but just no for the color on fair skin. I have seen people say in reviews etc. that the original Chocolate Bronzer with a light hand is a better color.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
laurenbelle
(Midland, TX)
answer 6
I am the same coloration as you and I use the Milk Chocolate.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
faeriesmak
(Sheboygan, WI)
Question
Is there a smaller size?
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
MzJulez
(Visalia,CA)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
6 answers
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answer 1
Look out for free samples on this site they might come out with those mini deluxe samples.
answered 4 months ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 2
You may find sample sizes on the Too Faced website, but I'm not quite sure. But as of Sephora, this is a one- sized product.
answered 4 months ago
Catwinite
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 3
They actually have a special Bronzer Wardrobe for I believe $40 . in it are small sizes of all the best selling Too Faced Bronzers and Milk chocolate is included in that set as well as Sun Bunny, Chocolate Soleil, Endless summer 16hr wear Bronzer. They are small sizes you can fit in your makeup bag or pouch and comes with a brush. It is also a great way to try out the product before purchasing the regular size.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Leoraloo
(Thornhill, Ontario)
answer 4
yes, Sephora carries a Too Faced value set which include a smaller size. but be careful when you buy from store, l noticed people open and test it. I was going to buy the small one, but could not find one in store that hasn't been touched.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
bythelake
(Toronto, ON)
answer 5
No, this is the only size available. Unless you get a smaller version in one of Too Faced limited edition eyeshadow palettes (For example, the "A Few of My Favourite Things" has a small pan of the Chocolate Soleil Bronzer).
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
smmarie
(AB, CANADA)
answer 6
They do have the $10 one that brings a small primer or brush. They have it on the sales section of sephora. It is definitely worth it, I have 2 small pans and I use them everyday and It last soo long.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
Nelly2love
(New York, NY)
Question
Is this water resistant?
asked 10 months ago
gavegoodface
(Beaumont, TX)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
6 answers
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answer 1
No
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
Alex734
answer 2
Surprisingly a bit if you were to walk in a light rain it would probably hold on, but don't go catching rain with your face though
answered 4 months ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 3
I found that this bronzer came off whenever I rinsed my face with water.
answered 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Lexiketty
(Pennsylvania)
answer 4
No, when I wear it, it fades slightly throughout the day, and water definitely speeds up the process.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
TaylorMcC
(McKinney, TX)
answer 5
No this isn't water resistant. It holds up great throughout the day but once water touches your face gone.
answered 9 months ago
cdavila2830
(Pomona, CA)
answer 6
No.
answered 10 months ago
isisveiled
(Canton, OH)
Question
original vs. this one?
what's the difference between this and the original chocolate bronzer the packaging?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
shortnsweet0821
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
5 answers
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answer 1
The Milk Chocolate Soleil is a few shades lighter than the Chocolate Soleil so it is more appealing to those with more fair to light skin tones. This is my favorite bronzer because it looks the most natural, where as the Chocolate Soleil bronzer would be too dark and unnatural. Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
EMMAVM
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
answer 2
The milk chocolate is reccomended for lighter complexions since it is a lighter bronzer. It's still matte, still smells like chocolate, still blendable, just lighter for those who need a "lighter bronzer".
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
nicoleqb
(Miami, FL)
answer 3
This product is a few shades lighter than the original Chocolate Soleil, making it useful for light to medium skin tones or for year-round natural looking color.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
Ringel
(New York, NY)
answer 4
That is correct! This Milk Chocolate shade is lighter than the original shade. It still has a gorgeous matte finish.
answered 3 years ago
melissabt
answer 5
This Milk Chocolate shade is lighter than the Original Chocolate shade.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
jo4nn
(Portland, OR)
Question
Is this bronzer too dark for my 0.5 skin tone?
I am 0.5 in the Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation... would this bronzer still be too dark for my skin tone? This seems to be the lightest bronzer that I have been able to find. If you know of something even lighter please suggest it below. Thank you so much in advance!
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
kaytharable
(Philadelphia, PA)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
5 answers
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answer 1
It is very easy to blend if you were to put it on with a fan brush and blend with a bare blush brush you would be fine
answered 4 months ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 2
It's not too light. I'm pretty pale, usually the first color of every foundation. And this is my favorite bronzer because it's matte and light enough to contour my pale skin without looking too orangy, muddy, or fake for that matter. Very bendable, very natural, smells delicious. Totally worth it! And this stuff lasts forever! I've had it for a year and I use it every other day and I'm not even 1/4th done yet! I totally recommend this!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
nicoleqb
(Miami, FL)
answer 3
not to light! im a light and fairly light in BE and this product is buildable!
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
kkiss
(Archbald, Pa)
answer 4
I wear fairly light in BE, and I use FBI in the Urban Decay 24/7 concealer pencil, and the Milk Chocolate Soleil is a great shade for a bronzer. It is not too dark, and more importantly, not too orange. I had tried the Tarte Park Ave Princess, and that was so orange on me. The Too Faced Milk Chocolate is the way to go.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
discolights
(Ann Arbor, MI)
answer 5
I use Urban Decays naked in 0.5 and this bronzer is perfect for me!
I do have to apply with a light hand though : )
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
blacksocks
(Canada)
Question
Which is lighter, this or the new too faced bronzed and poreless??
I have very pale skin and want a natural looking bronzed so I'd like to know: Which is lighter, this or the new too faced bronzed and poreless?? Thx!!
asked 2 years ago
jjvb
(montreal)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
5 answers
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answer 1
I think the too faced bronzed is more natural looking!
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
CampbellH
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 2
As an owner of Milk Chocolate and reading through the reviews of Bronzed and Poreless, I would definitely recommend Milk Chocolate. It seems that they are very similar but a couple of reviews have stated B&P is slightly orange-r than MC, and I know from first hand experience Milk Chocolate is subtle on very fair skin :)
answered 11 months ago
glamabonanza
(Canada)
answer 3
This is the lightest bronzer the Too Faced currently sells. I was interested in the bronzed and poreless and the 16 hour bronzer when those came out, but they were much darker than this one.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
firedxupp
(Raleigh, NC)
answer 4
The Milk Chocolate Soleil is less orange and is a bit lighter than the Bronzed and Poreless by Too Faced.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
laurentaylere
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 5
I'm not sure about the shade of the poreless, but I have very fair skin and the milk chocolate looks very natural on me -not orange at all. As long as you blend well, I would think either would work well, but I definitely would recommend the milk chocolate for light skin.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
gkkunz
(Buffalo, NY)
Question
LIMITED EDITION??? will they stop making them?
its limited edition, so will they stop making them? and when??
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
itsthynguyen
(Fountain Valley, CA)
on Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer
5 answers
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answer 1
I doubt it. Too Faced is based around it's bronzer. They have tried to stop product of them before and it didn't last long.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Gigi0212
(Columbia, SC)
answer 2
Nope I don't think it is limited edition I have yet to hear that it is, but don't stall on buying it for years because they can take products away or reformulate
answered 4 months ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 3
This bronzer is not limited edition, to the best of my knowledge.
answered 11 months ago
glamabonanza
answer 4
No, it is not marked as LE.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
laurenbelle
(Midland, TX)
answer 5
No, this is part of their permanent collection :).
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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