Bourjois Delice De Poudre Bronzer Bronzing Powder 52 Taned and Dark Complexions, 16g
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I got the original that did not come with a highlighter, shade 52. With the hype surrounding this, I don't know how i can't flop so badly with me. Maybe i got a bad one? You may take this bronzer's colour as high as faking a tan, but it still would not give you a horrid orange or muddy look. Formulated with a comedogenic formula that allows skin to breathe on application, this Primer Bronzer by Bourjois gives your complexion an even looking tan, with pressed powder that smoothes and mattifies the skin. Boasting a lavish chocolate fragrance, this bronzer contains Cocoa Beans and Orange Blossom Elixir that work to give the skin radiance whilst keeping it hydrated.
Becca - thanks for the tip, I'll keep my eye out for the Rimmel one. I'm fan of apricot tinged things. I've tried this bronzer... I've actually bought a few months ago. Oh, and I'm from Slovenia, Central Europe. :) The powder I own in the image is probably older than your mum, which is probably a sign that I should throw it away and get a new one.
It is the powder that brings a subtle hint of sunshine to your face, not a dark murky look, rather a gorgeous sun-kissed glow. Other bronzers might make you end up like a disco ball, but the Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder serves as the perfect powder to contour with, or just to add a subtle sun-kissed glow.
I generally like matte bronzers for contouring, but I found the colour in this too warm toned for my skin to use as a contour. However as a bronzer it gives a really natural golden tone to the skin.
If you are new at bronzing, just a beginner, the Bourjois Paris Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder will be a perfect aid, as it gives you the control to build the colour up, and has a very natural touch.