Here's what Physicians Formula claims:
I'm not sure why they think it has a "finish unlike any other bronzer," but whatever. Claims for products always have a certain amount of mumbo jumbo, right?
It has very pretty packaging, for sure.
So, this bronzer does have an overspray, but it has quite a bit of shimmer even once the overspray is gone. Here's what it looks like after a bunch of uses:
And the swatches:
|Physicians Formula Bronze Booster Glow-Boosting Airbrushing Bronze Veil swatches unblended and blended|
You can see this bronzer is pretty darn shimmery, so I think it works better as a highlighter. I do like the shimmery "glow" it gives me, but I like shimmery highlighters. If you don't like shimmer, I don't think this is for you.
The texture of the powder is lovely. It's very smooth and soft. It doesn't have any scent, unlike the Argan Oil blushes and bronzer.
The bad? It's kind of orange-y, so I'm not fond of how it looks when I wear it as a bronzer (where the sun naturally hits the face).
Like, I said, I like this as a warm-toned highlighter, and I think it looks best when I have a bit of a fake tan.
I bought this for $14.99 USD, but it had a $10 rebate offer attached to the box, so it was only $4.99. Pretty good price!