January 27, 2016


If you follow me on Instagram (and if you don't, you should!), you may have saw me post a picture of some of my favourites where this little bronzer appeared. I wasn't sure if I was ever going to review this as I thought that people wouldn't be too bothered but to be honest, I thought 'hey, I'd read a review on this if I didn't have it, so I'll bloody well write one up myself'.

Currently I can only find this bronzer on catalogue sites like Littlewoods and Very, but it's only £5.99 so it's not too much of a problem if you don't like to be part of catalogues and paying weekly/monthly.

When I first took a look at this bronzer, I wasn't too sure about it due to the animal print, but I do admire that its different to a lot of other ones and makes it pretty unique. It's a lot more shimmery than it looks like on here and is also A LOT darker in real life than how it appears on the Littlewoods website.

I've found that this bronzer is very suited to specific skin types and I doubt it'd look great on someone with paler skin than me - I'm olive and it still looked a bit dark on me. If you're in to having a heavy contour though, this will certainly work, but it will also be shimmery so keep that in mind when you're using it.

One of the tips on the back of the box is to take a powder brush and lightly dust over all of your face and body (which is a little over the top in my opinion) to create a bronzed, sun kissed tan look. When I tried out this tip, I came out dirty looking and definitely not sun kissed which was disappointing to me! However, when I've been using this as a contour colour, it has been working out fantastic for me. Sometimes when I feel the need to sparkle and shine, I'll pick this up over my Benefit Hoola powder and give myself a lovely glow. The powder is really easy to blend which I didn't expect (it's one of the cheapest bronzers I've tried) and the three different shades blended together smoothly on my skin.

This is a product I'd recommend anyone to get if they are new to bronzer and don't want to spend £20+ on a 'high end' one and its a nice shade to get started with. As I've said earlier on in the post though, I wouldn't recommend this shade if you're pale as it's just not right - but if you're daring and want to give a go, I'm not here to tell you that you can't!

Have you tried any of the Myleene Klass products? How did you find them?



  1. Looks like you could totally use this one all the time, especially for contouring!
    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

    1. I've found it really good for contouring so far!

  2. This could suit me seeing as I am not too pale but I am a little sallow I guess. :)
    I love the design on that. I got a blush that looks really pretty mainly for that reason but it looks good on!


    1. I'm not really into animal prints usually but I'm quite fond of this little bronzer. I've also picked up products because they look really pretty too haha!

  3. It's so inexpensive which I love!
    Charlotte // charlottespicks.blogspot.com

    1. It's always nice to pick up a really good product for cheap isn't it? Haha!

  4. I've actually had a few bits from the Myleene Klass collection - clothing, makeup brushes and a few eyeshadow palettes [that I can remember!] The quality of the makeup products wasnt bad at all, considering the price of them. I'd definitely recommend her range. I love the design of this bronzer - it's perfect for Instagram haha

    N xx

    Lovelaughslipstick x


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