Review & Swatchfest: Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun

Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun 
Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun is a bronzer/highlight duo where one side is a very warm, almost orange, bronze shade and the other is a warm champagne highlight. Both are shimmery, smooth, apply evenly, and can be built from sheer to pigmented coverage. I see this as flattering those with mostly warm or neutral undertones, but if you aren't a fan of shimmer keep away. Fortunately, for those of you that don't, there are two duos in the Mineral Bronzing Powder line that are matte and one (Sandstone) look like it's the matte counterpart to Desert Sun. I didn't notice any fading or spotty wear, and both lasted a full day (8 hours) on me.

One thing I love about any blush duo is the versatility that having two product in one pan can bring. The magnetic pan makes it easy to slip into any free-form palette and carrying two shades gives you even more color options when on the go.

Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder Duos retail for $12, and I'm not unhappy about it. The quality is good and for two shades in one magnetic pan, it's a really versatile product. I would recommend Desert Sun to those who aren't afraid of shimmer and who tend to like warmer bronzers or highlighters.

Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun 

Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun 

Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun 

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