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Cara Avatar

Guerlain’s Terracotta Healthy Glow bronzer in 00 Light Cool. It’s perfect for my vampire pale skintone as it has pieces of cool pink blush mixed with the light neutral bronzer so it gives a natural post sunburn look.

kjh Avatar

Thanks. Might have to try that one. My ATF was too faced snow bunny, with light stripes of pink, white, taupe, and gold. Used up 2 and I NEVER hit pan on anything. Light cool may be close.

Nancy T Avatar

For several years, it was always UD Jawbone, until it became just an outer rim and difficult to get enough on my brush. This year I began to use Huda Beauty Glowing Bronzer in Tan Light in its place. Not bad! But, not quite Jawbone, either.
So, because many YT’ers who fell in the Medium upwards into Tan had reviewed the Hourglass Tiger Face palette and said that the setting powder was too dark for them to use as such, they demonstrated using it as a bronzer instead. Tried it. Not terrible for a more hazy bronze for winter, but pretty sheer, though! Not sure how Glam Girl Chelsea, Tara Lynn and Charlotte Holdcroft are getting more on their brush, but I’m just getting a haze of bronze on mine. Perhaps I need a stiffer bristle brush?

Mariella Avatar

I don’t use bronzer much – I can’t really get it to look very natural on me – but when I do, it’s either Too Faced Sweetie Pie Bronzer (I’ve been using it a lot lately recovering from this knee surgery business – I’m not going out much nor am I wearing much makeup but a few swishes of that stuff around my face makes me look less pale and wan) or an oldie from Clarins – Aquatic Treasures Summer Bronzing Compact – which was very much like the Guerlain bronzers with the 4 quadrants. Sadly, both of these bronzers are either LE or discontinued but considering how slowly I use bronzers, I’m in no danger of finishing either of them.

K.C. Avatar

ColourPop’s SOL Face & Body Bronzing Balm in Medium. Best bang for your buck, and the formula is great on my oily skin despite it being a cream product. I don’t mind the coconut scent either.

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