Make Up For Ever 107 Bronze is a very warm-toned, medium duochrome with a glitter finish. It is a permanent eyeshadow that retails for $26.00 and contains 0.08 oz.
Make Up For Ever 107 Bronze Star Lit Diamond PowderMake Up For Ever 107 Bronze Star Lit Diamond Powder ($26.00 for 0.08 oz.) has a medium, coppery base (with warmer undertones) paired with flecks of gold and pink sparkle that give it a peach-to-pink shifting finish. Most of the time, it read "peachy-copper with pink sheen" when I wore it on my cheeks with a slightly warmer and cooler appearance as I moved or tilted my face. As I mention in the "formula overview," this product worked best with some tackiness, whether patted over a cream eyeshadow, tacky base, liquid/cream foundation, or with an adhesive spray, which helped the micro-sparkles adhere better with less transfer/movement over time. The pigmentation was buildable and really depended on tool/application method and how much product one picked up (loose products are harder to be consistent with how "much" is picked up compared to a pressed eyeshadow).
When I used this dry as a cheek product, it applied fairly well and blended out nicely with visible sparkles but did not emphasize my skin's natural texture. There was slight migration of the sparkles over time but not to a troublesome degree (where they went so far that it was a wonder how they managed the feat). When I used it dry as an eyeshadow, it had slight fallout when applied and continuous fallout when worn, and I found using it with a dampened brush (even just water) helped it go on more smoothly and have less fallout over time, though using it with an adhesive spray is your best bet for longer hold.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
This multipurpose powder can be used for both the face and body. The buildable, blendable, light-reflective formula delivers 100-pure pure mother-of-pearl shimmer.