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wordcutouts
I loved the MUFE sculpting kit in #1, but it seems as though they've discontinued it. :(
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I was absolutely in love with that highlight/bronzer kit and while I can buy it on other websites, I don't really feel like paying more than the list price for it (it's listed at $48 and other websites have it for as much as $70—NO THANKS!). So I'm looking for suggestions as to a bronzer that would look good on fair skin. 

 

I've heard Hourglass Illume is pretty great, but it might also just be safe for me to buy a powder foundation a few shades darker than my skin tone since I prefer matt bronzers to sparkly/shimmery ones. 

 

Any help would be great! Thanks!

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I also have fair skin and I have not tried to many bronzers, but my very favorite is Benefit's Hoola.  I know it looks scary dark for us pasty girls, but just use a light hand and a fluffy brush and it will look completely natural.  Two other that I would buy again are Bare Minerals Warmth, which is sheer and natural but does have a slight shimmer, and Laura Gellar Balance and Bronze.  Sephora used to carry the latter but last I checked its no longer available.  I have found it at Ulta before.  That one has the least amount of color, and is more matte than Warmth but not quite like Hoola.  In a pinch, I have also used Almay face powder about 2 or 3 shades darker than my skin and it looked pretty good as well.

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