Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Newest Review: ... size to many other of Benefit's blushes and bronzers. It comes with a flat, rectangular shaped soft bristled brush, along ... more
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Benefit Cosmetics - Hoola Bronzing Powder
Dust this soft bronze powder over your complexion for a healthy, ...
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
Customer Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder Reviews (37)
by - written on 21/02/08 (Very useful, 657 readings)
I first came across the Hoola bronzer by Benefit when I was at Sephora looking for a bronzer that was dark enough to wear now that I had just returned from 2 very long tropical vacations back to back. I tried on various shades but I was so intrigued by the Hoola bronzer because it mimicked the look of my natural tan so perfectly, it didn't look orange or shimmery, just naturally tan. So I decided to purchase it, feeling confident in my decision, even though it was slightly pricey as it costs about $28 US. When i arrived home I began my make-up process as usual, concealer, tinted moisturizer and a thin veil of translucent powder. I then took my kabuki brush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/08 (Useful, 188 readings)
This was one of the best christmas presents i got. I am rather pale and dont like to look like i have put too much bronzer on. This powder over the top of my foundation makes me look like i have had a nice holiday in the sun without looking orange or fake! It comes in a hardy box that can withstand a fair amount of battering when its been in my bag on a night out. Not only is it great for your face, it can also look good on ur neck and chest so that you are one nice colour. This product looks great with other benefit make up like highbeam. This is one product that i am not without on a daily basis. At an average proce of £22.50 i think that this is a good buy. It last a . Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/08 (Somewhat useful, 179 readings)
Really lovely product...I got this as a christmas present along with a few other benefit things Comes in this cute little box with a really nice brush that sits inside it. I think its quite expensive but worth it, and I would say the same for the entire benefit range you can tell its good quality therefore i can justify splashing out a little now and then :) The shade of bronze is really quite dark...but this is what a like about it. I know it might be a little too dark for some people if they have very pale skin tones. I have read that celebrity fans of this product include none other than Ms. Christina Aguilera so I guess thats a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I'm a bronzer-lover, so it was only natural for me to steer towards a darker bronzing shade. I've read many reviews of Benefit's Hoola bronzer and so decided to splurge (£23.50!) and treat myself. For me, this is an expensive, luxury item. APPEARANCE Hoola comes in a solid box made of very strong cardboard. This may not sound very appealing, but the product itself is very attractive. The box is a purple/burgandy and is adorned with bamboo canes, a small flower and the distinctive 'HOOLA' text and benefit logo. The lid lifts and reveals a small, square mirror on the underside - a cute, functional little addition. You also recieve a small, crisp applicator ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Recently I have been rather obsessed with building a Benefit Box collection, it all started a few months ago when I bought Dandelion, I loved the unique packaging and how each one has a cute catchy name and also a handy brush! I went on to collect quite a few more and was running out of options until a friend of mine noticed that I didn't have the Hoola Bronzer stacked up in the Benefit Box Tower - she told me it was one of the most popular ones, I was so surprised I had not seen it on my travels before! Nonetheless, I was intrigued to know what made it popular with the public. On a shopping spree not long after, I went to Boots and after a hunting mission, I ... Read the complete review
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