Tom Ford Bronze Age Bronzing Powder
Tom Ford Bronze Age Bronzing Powder ($68.00 for 0.29 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark caramel brown with warm, yellow undertones and a matte finish. Urban Decay Bronzed (P, $28.00) is lighter, cooler (90% similar). Tarte Chisel (P) is cooler (90% similar). MAC Matte Bronze (LE, $70.00) is lighter, more muted, cooler (90% similar). Kevyn Aucoin Desert Nights (P, $48.00) is lighter, cooler (90% similar). MAC Hibiscus Kiss Bronzer (LE, $25.00) is brighter, warmer (85% similar). Urban Decay Naked on the Run Bronzer (LE) is lighter (85% similar). Givenchy Ambre Saison (P, $52.00) is more shimmery, lighter (85% similar). By Terry Tan & Flash Cruise #5 (LE) is darker (85% similar). See comparison swatches / view dupes side-by-side.
This is a new addition to the Tom Ford Bronzing Powder range. Similarly, it is available in the smaller size (which is what is shown in the review) as well as a larger size. It is more subdued and more yellow-based than the other two shades. The texture was a little drier and didn’t blend out easily as the other shades, which was a disappointment. It had a thinner feel that seemed smooth, but there was a dryness present that made it prone to sticking in certain places but not wanting to diffuse or stretch across the skin for even coverage. It had decent color payoff and wore for eight hours on me.