Bourjois Delice De Poudre Bronzer Bronzing Powder 52 Taned and Dark Complexions, 16g
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Instead of contouring, I use this bronzer to bring back some colours onto my skin if I apply lighter shade of foundation.
Can be used all year round to give you that healthy-looking glow and give you that holiday feeling whenever you want! I bought the original a couple of years ago for my daughter to use and somehow it ended up in my makeup collection! This is a matte warm toned bronzer that is " filled with glits of sunshine" - their words, not mine. Although I am looking for a more grayisch/taupe one because that might suit my very pale skintone better when conturing.I get the most wear out of this bronzer 3 to 5 days after I have applied my fake tan as that is when I'm lightly bronzed due to the colour of the tan fading. I never really got on with the original bronzing powder, it just didn’t suit my skin tone that well. The highlighter is subtle with no over the top shimmer, yet has great light reflecting particles that catch the sunlight beautifully. If you look closely at the product in the pan you can make out tiny golden particles of glitter running throughout the bronzer. The bronzer is soft to the touch but the texture is really nice, it isn't too soft or overly powdery.
It has little flecks of gold in it which look quite glittery in the pan, but once it's applied to the face, it looks pretty much matte. I’m just going to throw it out there that the Bourjois Delice De Poudre was one of the very first bronzing powders that I bought and that was around 10 years ago. Have you ever heard or read about a product being possibly discontinued and then gone into a complete frenzy trying to find it?Well that's what happened to me when Elly from Ellysmakeupbag commented to me that the chocolate bronzer doesn't seem to be available anymore in the the country she's in, hinting that it may be discontinued. My favourite at the moment is a Rimmel Bronzer, it has a nice apricot glow to it which is perfect for winter! Providing all women across the world professional products that are tasteful and easy to apply, without breaking the bank. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. Anyway, like any self-respecting independent woman, I decided to say ‘whatever mum’ and repurchase the other day in Boots (3 for 2 on all Bourjois at the moment chicks, you can thank me later).
Apply onto the cheekbones and the decolletage with a powder brush to make sure the powder is well blended. I had heard a lot of things about the popular Bourjois Chocolate Bronzing Powder, so I thought I would give it a try, here's my thoughts. One of the best bronzers out there is the Bourjois Paris Delice de Poudre, more commonly known as the chocolate bronzing powder. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).It's kinda weird how this brand can be quite difficult to find in the US despite it is a very popular mid-market European makeup brand but I know that asos. The news actually broke a few weeks ago but given all that is currently unfolding, I can't say it fully resonated until I had a little spare time to finally de-clutter my beauty stash.
While in the pan they look kind of similar, swatchedyou can see it's warmer toned than Hoola, which will be a bonus for some people who find Hoola too muddy looking. Even though I had heard good things about this bronzer and of course the packaging and chocolate aspect is eye-catching, for me this was a total fail. to Try (7) baby (20) Back to basics (2) blogging (6) Blush (59) Celebrity (2) contour (11) DIY (19) Eye Makeup (88) eyeshadow (74) Fashion (2) FOTD (103) foundation (29) Friday's letters (9) Hair (40) How to. Honey bronzer used to be readily available in my country, but I guess they decided to discontinue it because people here in general does not use bronzer!
So if you've been meaning to try this bronzer too, you might need to do so sooner rather than later just in case. Mainly the fact that if you got a tiny bit too much product on your brush and whacked it on your face, you would end up with cheeks permanently dyed a pooey brown. Firstly, other than it looking like a bar of chocolate, I didn't pick up on the scent of chocolate that a lot of people seem to love this product for.