Standing in Priceline or Myer, lingering around the makeup counters and wondering which powder bronzer is going to give you Nicole Richie's just-been-on-an-island glow? Us, too. We've done some research and found the top 10 powder bronzers on shelves right now, and ordered them by price. So no matter what your budget, girl, you too can glow.
Spring has arrived so now is the time to get those pretty pins and limbs out. That's right — wax, shave and IPL your way to smooth, pronto! At-home tanning has come a long way since those patchy, orange days (hey, we've all been there), but even with the mits, mousses and sprays, it can be time consuming. That's why we love wash-off bronzers. You can just slap on instant, golden goodness and run out the door. A quick shower when you return home and your skin will be back to its regular old not-so-glowing self. Good for the sheets, right? We've got our top five, wash-off bronzers on every budget, so click through to join us in one-day brown town.
It's that time ladies — Spring! That means fun in the sun but also exposed skin. Cue hair removal madness and bronzing products. Whether it's for your face, arms, legs, shoulders, chest or feet; using a bronzer of any description promotes a beautiful, sun kissed look, and who doesn't want that? We asked our editors to reveal their favourites this week — from powders to gels and beyond — and found a surprising cross-over... Kim Kardashian is our bronzing queen! Click through to find out our top picks.
Women with deeper skin tones look best wearing more heavily pigmented bronzers, but if you're on the paler side, bronzers can often overwhelm your complexion. Don't worry, though; you don't have to look like an Oompa Loompa to get a sun-kissed glow. Find out how to bronze the right way when you read more.
Do you have medium-toned skin? Do you happen to be shopping around for a bronzer, but aren't exactly sure what kind to pick? Then this post is for you. While women with deeper complexions may look lovely in tawny or amber tones, those who lie somewhere between fair and dark have different needs altogether. To get started, the golden rule (ha!) is to only go one to two shades darker than your natural skin tone. For more tips, just keep reading.
Nowadays, with so many products to pick from, it's not enough for a product to just look pretty — it's got to do a good job, too. But saying that, we can't go past a pretty palette. So in this week's Cash or Cash, we thought we'd bring you five bronzers that not only look the part — with textured detail that's so intricate, you almost don't want to spoil the design by actually using it! — but deliver in application stakes.