For Rich Bronze, the bronzer is veined with gorgeous gold which at first and under weird store lighting looks absolutely wonderful. I should have walked into bright natural light before buying this. The bronze powder itself already has some subtle shimmer and when added with the gold just creates a powder that is just a tad too shimmery for me, even though I am a huge fan of shimmer. The colour looks nicely luminescent in fluorescent lights though but it is slightly too warm for my light skin. I feel like this would be fantastic for someone with cool-toned and tanned skin to warm up their face lightly, or to dust on the body.
There isn't much to say about Natural, apart from - this is pretty much an less pigmented version of Nars Orgasm. I like it as it is an everyday pink-peach with a subtle sheen that would suit most skin tones. I don't wear a lot of pinks though as I prefer more peach or mauve tones in my blush.
Rating (for both): 3-3.5/5 - average to above average powders which are quite expensive for Australians. You're probably better off paying a little more for Nars or MAC products. On the plus side, these have not irritated or broken out my dry, sensitive skin.