Famous by Sue Moxley cosmetics have been on the UK high street for a few years now
but recently the brand has had a little face lift and update with some lovely new products to be
discovered as well as some old favourites too!

So yes the brand has had a little transformation and that means new packaging!
In this case most of the products come in funky yet sleek and modern animal print cases and pots,
the baked bronzers come in round tubs that have a chrome finish with a discreet animal print on the lid.
The pot features a screw on lid with a mirror and brush inside, the brush is scratchy and not really worth
holding on to but the mirror is a great size and quality.
The main point is that packaging is sturdy, pretty and serves the purpose very well.

The Famous Baked Bronzers come in four shades - Bali, Miami, Hawaii and Tahiti,
all of which are bronze tones being ermm...bronzers (way to state the obvious Captain Obvious).
The shade I have is Tahiti which consists of a light champagne base with a bright copper marble effect.
I'm sure most will agree that packaging aside that they Sue Moxley Bronzers remind us all of MAC MSF's?
Tahiti applied becomes a light golden toned bronze which can be layered up to form a deeper shade
or blended out to become more of a highlight product.

Being a baked product the formula is fairly firm in texture so it holds its shape and can withstand a knock or two yet it becomes soft within contact of a brush without producing an abundance of product fall out.
It applies and blends fairly effortlessly without becoming a glitter fest, it does produce a shimmer/glow effect
but it is subtle and does not highlight imperfections such as open pores or facial lines.
I find baked formulas to work really well with my oily skin so they do last the pace of a full day - around 9 hours with ease, truthfully I can not find anything with this formula to indicate that it would be troublesome
for any skin type but it may be a little too light in tone for deeper skin shades.
All in all a great highlighting come bronzing product that is a steal considering it is not all that dissimilar
from a MAC MSF powder.

Have you tried any Sue Moxley products yet?

Famous by Sue Moxley Cosmetics Baked Bronzer in Tahiti* 9G/£6.49
and is now available from selected Superdrug stores.