Undone Beauty Sunset Bronzer Palette & Big Poppa Gloss Reviews


I love Undone Beauty, especially their powder products, so when I saw that they released the Sunset Bronzer Radiance Palette, I immediately wanted it. I also decided to pick up another one of their Big Poppa Lip Glosses in Hyacinth because it was on sale and I’m a sucker for a good deal🤷‍♀️ Let’s talk about them!


The Sunset Bronzer Radiance Palette is $12.00 and you get 0.24 ounces of product. It’s the same size as the Nonzer Highlighting Palette and Warm Up Bronzer Palette. You get four shades; one shimmer, two metallics and one matte. The shades are: shimmery coral, matte coral, metallic gold and metallic champagne.


This palette has the same quality and formula as the other Undone Beauty powder face products. All of the shades are creamy and easy to work with. They’re not overly pigmented but can be built up. The highlighters are more on the subtle side so that could be a pro or con, depending on what you want. Also, if your skin tone is similar to mine, the only highlighter that will really work is the champagne one. The coral and gold shades are too deep for me to use as highlighter but they make great blush toppers/eyeshadows. This little palette is a fantastic option, especially for the spring and summer.

In these pictures, I’m wearing the matte coral as a blush topped with the shimmery coral. I’m wearing the metallic champagne as a highlighter and in my inner corners. I used the metallic gold on my eyelids.


The Big Poppa Gloss is $10.00 and you get 0.14 ounces of product; at least that’s what it says on my tube. The website claims that you get 0.35 ounces of product so I’m not sure which is correct. It’s packaged in a thick tube with a large doe foot. I chose the shade Hyacinth, a cool toned purple.

I own one other shade of this gloss in Touch of Mahogany. As I said in my review for that one, this is a basic lip gloss. It’s not sticky and is slightly moisturizing but the lasting power is not great. This gloss just kind of disappears off the lips even if you’re not eating or drinking. The pigmentation is more on the sheer side but I don’t mind that because it makes for an easier application. It does have a slight scent but no taste. Overall, this gloss isn’t bad but I don’t recommend it at full price. For $10.00, I feel there’s better options out there but it’s worth trying at a discount.

Final Thoughts:

You really can’t go wrong with the Undone Beauty powder formula. If you see a color story in the face or eye palettes that you like, I think you would be very happy with it. I’d love to know what you think about these products! Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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