Bobbi Brown 24 Karat is a moderately warm-toned, light gold with a metallic finish. It is a permanent highlighter that retails for $46.00 and contains 0.4 oz.
Bobbi Brown 24 Karat Shimmer Brick ($42.00 for 0.40 oz.) is described as "gold pearlescent shimmer" to give the skin a "lit-from-within glow." It's a warm, champagne-shimmered gold that's just a little muted by beige hues, so it's not a strong, yellow-toned gold, but it is still very warm. The individual shades are shimmering white, golden beige, slightly darker golden beige, pale gold with orange tint, and warm rose--all five shades have a high frost finish. Tarte Angelic is lighter, more of a white gold. theBalm Solid Gold is similar but lighter, less beige, more gold. Chanel Shimmering Tweed is a darker gold. Bobbi Brown Beach is a little darker--a touch of bronze. I don't have it, but I'm thinking that Bobbi Brown's Beige Shimmer Brick might compare well with this, too.
The original Shimmer Brick Compact. This shimmering, brush-on powder creates a deep, bronzy glow. Works well with neutral and deep blush shades. To apply: Sweep the Face Blender Brush through all five shades and dust lightly on cheekbones after blush. Focus on applying shimmer on the top of cheekbones. To add a highlight to eyes, apply the lightest shade in the compact just under browbone with fingertips or the Eye Smudge Brush.