I’ve been using NYX Matte Bronzers since last January since they were one of the few affordable cosmetics brands that carried shades that would work for darker or brown skintones. I purchased the NYX Matte Bronzers in shades ‘Dark Tan’ (deep warm brown) and ‘Deep Tan’ (deep golden brown). Out of both shades I purchased, I used Deep Tan the most. When it broke I became ill with sadness. Deep Tan worked best for my complexion since Dark Tan is a tad bit too warm for my taste.
The NYX Matte Bronzers have zero shimmer, which make them perfect for girls with oily skin. They pack a lot of pigment, but as long as you use a light hand, and blend you will be satisfied with the natural bronze look afforded by using it.
The NYX Matte Bronzers are very soft; however, they are powdery, and I did experience fall out, which can make them messy if you’re not careful. Just tap off the excess before applying the NYX Matte Bronzer to your face to avoid any mishaps. I also like how well the NYX Matte Bronzers blend into my skin with ease.
After applying the NYX Matte Bronzer in the morning, I find myself re-applying it at least 6 hours later, which is pretty decent wear, especially for the price.
I know people tend to use bronzers as contour, but I don’t since contour shades are supposed to be grayish or ashy, and these are too warm, especially the Dark Tan NYX Matte Bronzer.
I would recommend the NYX Matte Bronzers to anyone looking to achieve a natural, healthy-looking complexion. At about $9.00 per 0.33 ounces at Ulta.com, they’re affordable compared to my NARS Bronzer*, which costs $38.00/ 0.28 ounces. The NYX Matte Bronzers come in a clean, sleek black compact, and are available in five shades: Light, Medium, Deep, Dark Tan and Deep Tan.
Have you tried NYX Matte Bronzers?
What did you think?