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This bronzer is available in 6 shades :
10M Natural Matte Honey (luminous matte finish)
15I Soft Iridescent Amber (iridescent finish)
20M Natural Matte Sand (luminous matte finish)
25I Soft Iridescent Cinnamon (iridescent finish)
30M Natural Matte Sienna (luminous matte finish)
35I Soft Iridescent Caramel (iridescent finish)
Make Up For Ever Pro Bronze Fusion in 20M Natural Matte Sand :
Make Up For Ever Pro Bronze Fusion in 25I Soft Iridescent Cinnamon :
I have the shades 20M and 25I which are ideal for medium skintones. 20M is more cool toned than 25I and is pretty much matte on me, but it has a slight glow for a very natural-looking finish on the skin! 25I is more shimmery, I prefer the color and the finish of 20M!
Both shades are sheer but buildable, so I suggest to apply this bronzer with a kabuki if you prefer a darker sun-kissed effect. The gel-powder formula is awesome, it never looks powdery on the skin!
Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Duo #01 is much more orangey than 25I and 20M. NARS Laguna is similar to 20M but the finish is much more shimmery and the undertones are a bit more pinky-taupe.
If you are looking for a good brush to apply the Pro Bronze Fusion bronzers, you may want to check out the new 136 Kabuki Brush! ($38 CAD) It's a very dense brush with stiff but soft synthetic fibers that was created specifically to apply and blend perfectly these bronzing powders. As usual, Make Up For Ever's brushes are well-made and worth every penny.
The Make Up For Ever Pro Bronze Fusion Bronzing Powders retail for $42 CAD for 11g.
(I received these products in order to evaluate them and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)