There are very few powder bronzers in the world that I really love (Givenchy and Liz Earle are the only ones I’d miss) because I don’t like powder on my face at all. Powder sees my skin and does some kind of magical instant ageing thing by making any fine lines look like they’re craters. So, the MUFE Pro Bronze Fusion is very interesting for me because it’s a powder, but not a powder. It’s built specifically to have a ‘no powder’ effect and although it looks completely solid, if you press the product, it’s got some ‘give’ to it, which implies to me that there’s moisture in there in some form.
Apparently, it’s micronized Teflon powders, poured and fired at high temperature that gives this finish. Despite the swatch, I found this shade (20M) to be a very light bronze – you can build it but it’s supposed to be a very natural look so don’t expect bricks. It just won’t happen. The MUFE Pro Bronze Fusion is also waterproof which would on the face of it, put me off straight away (my assumption would be that it would be heavy and not let my skin breathe) but after using MAC waterproof foundation and absolutely loving it, I can see that new gen waterproofs are a whole other thing to the masks of old.
There’s really nothing to complain about here – a natural, blendable bronzer that glides onto skin, doesn’t seep into creases and behaves like a powder off the skin and a veil on the skin.. all good things.
The MUFE Pro Bronze Fusion is £28 from Debenhams and online.
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