MAC Baby Girl Bronzing Powder ($28.00 for 0.35 oz.) is a soft, light-medium brown with warm, orange undertones and flecks of gold sparkle over a mostly matte finish. The texture felt smooth to the touch, but it was stiffer and drier, which made it difficult to pickup product without really jabbing the surface to loosen it first. This is just a continuation in disappointment with the Bronzing Powder in general, and I wish they had gone with the Extra Dimension Bronzer formula instead. It took some extra buffing to even out the product on my cheeks, but it blended out better than I expected given the texture in the pan. It wore well for seven hours on me before fading noticeably.
- MAC Golden Rinse (LE, $35.50) is lighter (95% similar).
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