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MrsFlorrick Sat 01-Nov-14 15:36:51

Need a bronzer which isn't too red. I find most of them have far too much red pigment in them.

I need one that's actually light brown IYSWIM.

Also prefer mineral/natural non- silicone products.

Also don't want anything too sparkly.

Clearly moon on a stick type situation. grin

Hope you can help. thanks

Carpaccio Sat 01-Nov-14 15:43:46

How about a face powder a couple of shades darker than your skin?

BiancaDelRio Sat 01-Nov-14 15:46:34

You need This

I'm super pale and hate obvious bronzer. This stuff is really light (in shade 51) and subtle and works brilliantly. And it smells gorgeous.

TheWordFactory Sat 01-Nov-14 15:51:58

Guerlain - expensive but lovely on all skins.

MrsFlorrick Sat 01-Nov-14 16:33:54

Carpaccio. I've tried that and it hasn't quite worked. Perhaps I need to go darker than 2 shades?

Bianca. Choccy face powder. gringrin Fab!

MrsFlorrick Sat 01-Nov-14 16:34:49

Wordfactory. Guerlain sounds good. Not tried theirs. Is it very shimmery?
I'm looking for something which isn't too glittery.

NewLeafExpat Sat 01-Nov-14 16:37:19

Bobby brown is no shimmer good for shading

MrsFlorrick Sat 01-Nov-14 16:51:06

That sounds great. Am off to google Bobbi Brown one.

Any suggestions that are mineral based and don't contain dimethecone? I am allergic to it and so far it's come up in two of the suggestions.

SofaCanary Sat 01-Nov-14 17:44:29

Nars Laguna.

Leans a little olive, not a single speck of sparkle.

SofaCanary Sat 01-Nov-14 17:59:08

Oh sorry, just read about you being allergic to dimethecone, that probably rules out Nars.

It must be so difficult, that stuff is in everything!

Cahu5 Sat 01-Nov-14 18:22:47

Body Shop Honey bronze bronzing powder is fab! It's as good as a Guerlain which I paid about £35 for. It was on Model Recommends blog and I'm on my 2nd one now. A few different shades, no sparkle and always on offer online!

andadietcoke Sat 01-Nov-14 19:45:12

I adore the Aerin 'pretty bronze illuminating powder'. I think I came across it in a Sali Hughes column and I've worn it every day since I got it. A bit of colour, and it just makes me look so much better instantly.

Bonsoir Sat 01-Nov-14 21:00:37

Guerlain Terracotta is the original and best bronzing powder. There is a shade for every skin nowadays. Invest in the Guerlain brush - it lasts forever (wash it in Woolite and hot water once a month).

shopafrolic Sun 02-Nov-14 08:52:38

Diorskin nude tan is brilliant

WowOoo Sun 02-Nov-14 09:03:29

I have a matt Mac one that I've been using for years.
I love it and I don't think it's red at all. No idea about dimethecone.

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