Fenty Beauty recently released a whole lot of cream newness and I’m here for it! Seriously, who wouldn’t desire that fresh and youthful look that you can effortlessly achieve with cream products right!
Today I have full review and swatches of the new Cheeks Out Cream Bronzers for you here, please read on.
Consistently, one thing that Fenty Beauty has nailed it well is the packaging! The cream bronzer is housed in a stunning rose gold octagonal compact with a good built-in mirror. I also love that the “Cream” word is printed prominently on the packaging so you can easily identify it if you also have the powder version.
These are gel-cream bronzers with a smooth and buttery texture. The bronzers are designed to be sheer with buildable coverage, sweat and water resistant. They don’t feel greasy or sticky and I really love that on my combo/oily skin. Plus they dry down without losing the fresh, healthy finish.
There are 7 shades available. The shade spectrum will allow you to define, contour or bronzer as desired (Freestyle).
I’m super impressed how the bronzer blends easily and meshes into my skin seamlessly, offering a flattering finish. With a dense synthetic brush such as Fenty Face Shaping, I can effortlessly pick up product and diffuse evenly on my skin without disturbing the base.
Out of the 7 available shades, I have been testing 2 shades, 01 Amber and 02 Butta Biscuit. On my complexion (NC22-ish) Shade 01 is a cool toned taupe that is perfect to contour and 02 is a warm toned light brown matte bronzer.
What I really love is how the bronzer sets without losing the fresh-faced and glowy finish. It feels amazing on, lightweight and non-greasy. Furthermore, I love that the cream doesn’t develop more greasy or oily as it wears. Longevity-wise, they last well on my combo skin, at least 6-7 hours before I notice any fading.
Truly a winning formula from Fenty Beauty! Love the ease of application as well as youthful and healthy finish!
Much love always,
This post featured products that were generously provided for review consideration. As always, opinions are my own and unbiased.