Can I use NightLite Bronzing Powder for contouring?
Yes! Use a densely packed brush to intensify the bronzer's payoff and get a more defined application. This powder's buttery texture makes it easy to build and blend the formula to your desired depth and intensity. 

Is NightLite Bronzing Powder glittery or sparkly?
We use a unique Matte Mica, so there’s no glitter, shimmer or sparkle. Some may notice a subtly hydrated appearance due to the Jojoba, which enables the matte powder a more natural appearance.

What do you use instead of Talc?
This formula uses ethically sourced Mica as a safe replacement for Talc.

How is your Mica sourced?
We work closely with our sources to ensure our clean and ethical standards are upheld. Most of the Mica we use comes from India, and we ask each of our manufacturers for certificates from their suppliers to ensure ethical practices are in place.

What is Zinc Stearate used for?
Zinc Stearate is a fatty acid that’s used as a clean base. This lightweight white powder helps to deliver super blendable and rich pigment.

Which shade should I use?
Drawn In (light-medium tan) pairs well with True Skin Serum Foundation shades 1-6 and Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 shades 1-9. Novelty (medium-dark tan) pairs well with True Skin Serum Foundation shades 7-13 and Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 shades 10-18.

Can you mix the DayLite Highlighting Powders and NightLite Bronzing Powder?
Yes. Try adding DayLite Highlighting Powder to NightLite to add luminosity, or NightLite to DayLite for some extra warmth.

Which order should I apply products if I’m also using a cream blush and the DayLite Highlighting Powder?
We always invite you to “make up the rest” and play around to find which order feels right to you, but here’s what we suggest:

    1. Start with NightLite Bronzing Powder. 
    2. Follow with your choice of cream blush (like your favorite Multi-Stick or Color Haze Multi-Use Pigment).
    3. Complete the look with DayLite Highlighting Powder.