I bought this in Kmart for $4.99 each, but can be found in any drugstore.
Packaging: ♦ ♦ ♦
A .22 oz round plastic compact that is divided in half for 2 different shades. It come with a plastic clear cover.
Claim: NYC New York Color's Sun 2 Sun All Over Bronzing Powder - Two coordinating bronzing powders heat up your skin while minimizing shine. A believable back-from-the-beach tan tone instantly ... without the harmful effects of the sun.
Application: According to NYC
Sweep onto cheeks, chin, forehead, nose...anywhere you want a touch of sunny color. You can use the darker shade to contour and the lighter shade as a highlight.
- Oil absorbing
- Fragrance free
- Two shades color and contour skin with a healthy sun-kissed glow
I was looking for some bronzer because I really didn't have any. I like using bronzer for contour so I was looking for one that didn't have a lot of shimmer to it. I decided to try NYC Sun 2 Sun, especially when I saw YouTube guru RenRen recommended. I bought Terrecota Tan & Bronze Gold. All the shades are not completely matte. They have a slight shimmer to them but it's not overtly obvious. Even though the Sun 2 Sun is an inexpensive bronzer it's not at all cheap. They are not powdery and have a nice color payoff.
Terrecota Tan: The darker shade works great as contour for me. It is a red-ish bronze with a copper shimmer. The lighter shade didn't really show on my skin (MAC NC35). I could use this as a powder. The color is more of a beige bronze with a silver shimmer. To someone with a darker skin tone it could work as a highlight.
Bronze Gold: The darker shade is a more subtle shade for contour. It's a light bronze with a gold shimmer. The gold shade is a yellow-gold with a gold shimmer. I really like love this shade as a highlight color. The gold blends in with my skin but in the light it comes out. It would be a good highlight for those with a warm undertone to their skin. You can also blend the two colors for an all over face bronzer.
Overall, I would recommend this product.