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Love Benefit Hula Bronzer. Can't afford it now. Is there a similar high street one?

(8 Posts)
Texfactor Sun 16-Oct-16 23:18:46

Hi all
Hope someone can help.
Budget is around £7/8 sad

whyistherumgone Sun 16-Oct-16 23:20:12

Have you tried the Sleek range of cosmetics? You can find them in superdrug. I got a bronzing palette a few months ago that was around £5 - £7 and was really similar to Hula. Will see if I can find a link.

whyistherumgone Sun 16-Oct-16 23:22:14

This is the one I got - I now use it instead of Hula.
www.sleekmakeup.com/uk/bronze-block-dark

Forgot about this one too, almost an exact dupe:
www.amazon.co.uk/NYC-Smooth-Skin-Bronzing-Powder/dp/B004ZDTRE8

whyistherumgone Sun 16-Oct-16 23:22:59

Sorry for the triple post, but if you're looking to replicate Hula, the NYC one is your best bet smile

Overthinker2016 Sun 16-Oct-16 23:32:06

L'oreal Glam Bronze is the bronzer I use and was recommended by Sally whatsherface as being one of her best buys for under a tenner. It's matt rather than sparkly.

Also Bourjois Bronzing Powder (the one that looks like a chocolate bar) is quite nice with flecks of gold through it.

Camembertie Mon 17-Oct-16 06:08:27

I've got both Hula and the Bourgois chocolate bar one and I go fir the latter far more than the Hula.

Rimmel bronzer was good too, again was matte and recommended

Texfactor Tue 18-Oct-16 17:25:54

Thanks all
I'm off to Superdrug smile

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Tue 18-Oct-16 18:21:52

Yes I agree with the Bourjois one. It's great.

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