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Does anyone use bronzer on its own

(12 Posts)
pussinboots61 Wed 15-Jul-15 13:47:31

I mean on bare skin with no foundation.

CherryBonBon Wed 15-Jul-15 13:49:00

I do sometimes when I can't be bothered with a full face.

It looks great smile .

poppym12 Wed 15-Jul-15 15:01:38

I do, especially when it's hot as I don't like the feeling of foundations or bb creams when I'm sweaty.

DiscoDancer Wed 15-Jul-15 15:05:13

I do, makes me look more natural and just thought to look human grin

Smarterthantheaveragebeaver Wed 15-Jul-15 15:21:27

I do too. Makes me look glowier than my BB cream

poppym12 Wed 15-Jul-15 16:18:17

I do use an illuminating primer too and I think it looks really fresh.

FauxFox Wed 15-Jul-15 16:20:56

I do in summer once i've a bit of a tan. I use Benefit Hoola and it's got a nice matt effect that takes the shine off. I use a big brush and dust all over then put a dab of cream blusher on to avoid looking too one-colour iyswim?

pussinboots61 Wed 15-Jul-15 18:09:12

Thanks for your replies. Do you wear just bronzer in winter too? What do you do about sunscreen as my normal moisturiser doesn't have it and I rely on my tinted moisturiser for it bit now even that slides off my face at any time of year due to hot flushes. Can you recommend a reasonably priced bronzer and is the compact powder better than the pearls? Sorry for all the questions.

Kennington Wed 15-Jul-15 18:21:20

Hello the 51 shade by bourjois is really subtle. I use on top of a tiny punt of concealer and a light touch of illuminating primer. I never wear foundation as I don't like the feel of it.
Les beiges in a darker shade is also good but expensive. I just use it for my handbag for light touch ups because of the price.
I am very very light with the bronzer though.
Poppy and faux fox are right about the primer and blush too. My cheeks are normally quite pink but I do wear benetint in winter.

MsBojangles Thu 16-Jul-15 01:07:59

I did today, Nars Laguna.

Becauseicannes Thu 16-Jul-15 04:21:33

Don't get pearls - they drop all over the bathroom floor, very annoying to have to keep cleaning up after them all the time.

Wolpertinger Thu 16-Jul-15 05:40:38

Tinted moisturiser usually only has SPF 15 or so. Once you've applied it thinly as you do with makeup. you are prob only getting SPF 2.5-5.

So if you want SPF, you need to wear SPF as the amount in makeup isn't enough to be worthwhile.

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