Happy Hump Day! Half way through the week-yay-!Today I am going to be doing another dupe and somehow it managed to be another Benefit Cosmetics dupe-lol- Didn’t plan that at all. Anyways, today’s dupe is for Hoola Lite. I love this bronzer, its not as harsh on my fair skin like other bronzers, including the OG Hoola. So what’s the dupe you ask, its Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer.
Benefit Cosmetics: Hoola Lite: We all know an love Hoola Lite, well at least fair skinned girls do. A little about Hoola Lite…
- Soft matte finish.
- Silky soft texture. Fine-milled powder.
Physicians Fomula: Butter Bronzer-Light-: If you haven’t seen or smelled this stuff its great.
- Soft focus pigments smooth skin texture.
- Delivers lasting hydration to skin.
- Creamy and soft texture.
- Infused with Murumuru, Cupuachu, and Tucuma Butter, from the nutrient rich Amazon.
- Contains fatty acids and pro-vitamins that soften and condition and moisturize the skin.
- Hypoallergenic, paraben free, gluten free, cruelty free, oil free, non-comedogenic, and dermatologist approved.
How is the Butter Bronzer a Dupe for Hoola Lite? Butter Bronzer is almost the same in color as Hoola Lite, there is a slight variation in color, but it’s just slight. They share a soft buttery texture, they both give a beautiful sun kissed look. They are both great for contouring as well as just adding some color to the face. However the the Butter Bronzer does have a slight shimmer, but nothing extreme. I used this Bronzer in place of Hoola until they came out with Hoola Lite. It’s a great dupe for Hoola Lite and the price difference is nice since the Butter Bronzer is basically half that of the Hoola Lite. The Hoola Lite price is $29 while the Butter Bronzer is $14.99, so the actual price difference is $14.01, pretty good deal to me. If you’ve been looking for a good dupe for the Hoola Lite, you should give the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer-light- a try, its great and it smells like coconut, but not nauseating, and makes you want to be on the beach.