Fenty Beauty has been bringing it recently. From their highly praised foundation for inclusivity that Rihanna first launched to the new Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint (which I’m resisting the urge to buy), most of Fenty products have been highly rated. I’m a huge fan of cream bronzers. I find that it’s super convenient to use as it eliminates the need for brushes for me. Cream bronzers are great for on the go because I can blend it easily with my fingers. I also find cream bronzers are creamy (obviously) which means that it makes your face look really glowy and dewy which I love.
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I bought the Fenty Beauty Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Bronzer in the shade Macchiato. For reference, I am an NC25 and have the Fenty foundations in both 200 and 210.
I honestly loved this. Macchiato is a great shade for me. I would say it’s a really good fair-medium shade. It leans warm without being too orange. The bronzer blends so well and easily into the skin. It also is really buildable if you want a really defined and glam look.
I don’t own many cream bronzers but I definitely want to explore more because I loved this Fenty Beauty bronzer and am obsessed with the creamy consistency. This is also a great shade for contouring as well.
My one critique is that the packaging is quite cheap. It does have a compact mirror which I can appreciate but the packaging is quite plastic. For $50 AUD, you would expect better. I guess I’m very much into wanting the value with what I paid for. Whilst I think the formulation is great, I guess packaging can be compensated but it won’t be ignored. In saying that, this critique can be placed on so many brands. Charlotte Tilbury and Natasha Denona are two brands that are quite high end but tend to have cheap packaging.
If this bronzer had interested you, I definitely think it is worth the purchase.