The effect of sun-kissed skin can also be obtained without experimenting with tanning and tanning salons – decorative cosmetics, namely bronzer, will help out. Bronzing powder gives the skin a slight swarthiness and a warm glow, and facial features – greater clarity.

All About Bronzers

Bronzer Classification

Bronzers are decorative products with a solar effect, available in the format of loose and compact powder, dry and cream blush and stick. The easiest way to apply and shade is dry, friable textures, others require more accuracy and dexterity. If you have dry or normal skin, give preference to a bronzer in stick format or cream blush. Powdery and prone to oily skin, powdery is recommended and bronzers with mother-of-pearl are contraindicated – the insidiousness of the flickering product is also in that it can emphasize large pores of the skin.


What shade of bronzer to choose

Makeup artists are unanimous that the bronzer should be a shade or two (but no more!) Darker than the natural skin tone. Check out what bronzer looks like on your face in the daytime under natural light! Properly selected product makes the complexion warmer, but not artificial.


If you have fair skin, pay attention to the bronzers of the honey palette. It is better to choose skin of beige tones with warm pinkish, golden, bronze nuances. Copper shades are good for olive skin tones. Dark-skinned beauties are recommended dark golden and amber shades of solar makeup. The most controversial choice is the orange gamut, which rarely suits anyone..