I am talking about the Famous by Sue Moxley Baked Bronzers. Now these are baked, just like the cult favourite MAC Mineralize Skinfinishes. They come in four shades if I remember correctly and can be used in a number of ways depending on your skin colour.
I currently have the one in Miami shade 1, which I assume is the lightest of the four. The product comes in an unusual yet intriguing screw top jar. It reminds me a bit of vintage make-up.
The shade I have can only be used as a highlighter or all over face glow on my skin tone and on any skin tone to be honest. It is a gorgeous warm champagne colour and it brightens the face immediately in a subtle and natural manner.
Unlike the Mineralize Skinfinishes, these are not frosty and keep clear of any chunky glitter, making it much more wearable on a daily basis. They have a rather satin-like smooth finish to them, which works just well at overlooking those pores.
They have a very subtle veining-like effect going through them if you see closely.
This particular shade may resemble 'By Candlelight' and 'Soft and Gentle' by MAC a little bit in case you want to make a comparison.
You get 9 grams of product for £6, compared to MAC where you get 10 grams for £20.50. I agree these are not as metallic or overpowering as the Mineralize Skinfinishes, but if you have been looking for a dupe since long, this has to be the ultimate answer.
I have my eyes on the shades Bali and Tahiti now. You can get these at Superdrug.