I know this surprised quite a few people on my social networking websites, but it's the truth. Contouring was something that never interested me, and I was afraid of things being too dark, too orange, etc., and that I would mess it up a lot and look ridiculous, so I just left it alone.
That all kind of changed when I ended up being Caroline's model for a thing at Sephora and one of the items she was required to use was a bronzer and she had to contour with it. She ended up using the Too Faced Chocolate Soleil (in Medium/Deep) on me and I ended up liking it, so I exchanged my Benefit Rockateur for this bronzer.
FYI, the camera unfortunately washes out the colour a little bit in photos. It turned out like that in all of the pictures I took of this bronzer.
I've applied this bronzer with two brushes: the Real Techniques Contour brush and the Duo Fiber Contour Brush from the same brand. Both work pretty well, but I think the Duo Fiber is a lot easier to use since it picks up less. I also use the Make Up For Ever Kabuki Brush to buff out the bronzer if I need to and then I'll go back with the Duo Fiber if I want to add more, and repeat.