Hi, I just bought the MUFE Pro Bronze in 20M. The MUFE artist at Sephora tried it on my face with a kabuki brush, and I was surprised at how many times she had to apply it to show some color (something like 7 times). I bought it and tried it home and it literally has no pigmentation. The formula is half powder half cream, and you really have to apply it to your face like 6 times to be able to notice some color. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong? Why are people raving about this product if its so hard to apply? Any recommendations on bronzers that are more pigmented than this one? Thanks a lot!
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