Sunday, 13 July 2014

Summer Essentials | The Bronzer

I have previously found when using a bronzer on my skin (with my skin type being dry) that it seems to go cakey after only an hours wear and it looks too orange toned on my fair skin. So I set out to try and find a liquid bronzer that left me with a summer a glow and could be used to define my cheekbones.

I decided to try a high street product and searched the shelves of Superdrug, Boots and The Body Shop in hope of finding something reasonably priced and good quality. I found just what I was looking for in The Body Shop.

I decided on the "Honey Bronze Bronzing Gel For Face" at £12.00
The product description claims it to be moisturising, light and non greasy and suitable for all skin types and it is true to its word! The tube contains 30ml and little goes a long way making it great value for money. I use my Real Techniques Stippling Brush to apply the the bronzer and I apply on my cheek bones for definition and just a tiny amount on my forehead as that is one of the places the face naturally catches the sun.

 

 


http://www.thebodyshop.co.uk/make-up/bronzing/honey-bronze-bronzing-gel-for-face.aspx (a link to the bronzer)

http://realtechniques.com/shop-collection/your-finish-perfected/stippling-brush (a link to the brush which is also available at Boots and Superdrug)

Any bronzer recommendations? 

4 comments:

  1. I'm searching for good bronzer still :)
    Keep in touch..
    xx Antonella

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    1. I really recommend trying this one!!xx

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  2. Wow! So it's like a cream bronzer? I've heard of the powder version of this but not this one
    really want to try it though!

    http://emicphany.blogspot.ca

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    1. yeah it come out in a foundation consistency which i find much better because it glides on and doesn't look cakey, you should definitely give it a try!

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