Sunday, 13 July 2014

Bronzers: Powder Vs. Cream

Two Bronzers, One Powder, One Cream. Which one would you choose! It's between the Bourjous Délice de Poudre Bronzing Powder and Bourjois Délice Paris Bronzing Primer. Both beautiful Bronzers, and both great to contour with. Both smell like chocolate, but the Powder looks like a bar of chocolate and the Primer looks like chocolate pudding. These should come with a warning sign - do not eat! (It is tempting.)

Let's start off with the Bourjois Bronzing Powder, it's packaged like a little book but the product inside is made to look like a chocolate bar. (Be careful you don't eat this stuff!) 
It has a gorgeous perfumed smell, and smells exactly like chocolate. On first application, this product glides on smoothly and has a velvet like texture to it, it's so smooth to work with and easy to blend in. 
It's amazing to contour with if you want a chiseled cheekbones but don't want the tacky orange line across your face. This is more of a chocolate/tanned colour and comes in two shades; Medium 51 and Tanned 52. 
Inside the packaging there is a small blurb on how to use this product stating your skin will look good enough to eat after using this. 
This is perfect for those that love the natural make-up look and want slight hint of bronzed goddess added to their completed look. 

This looks and smells exactly like chocolate pudding, how can you not be tempted to eat this!
I've never come across a drugstore bronzer in cream form until I stumbled across Bourjois, their products are amazing for the price. (Especially this one!) 
This is a must for anyone who loves not only bronzers but also a glowing sun kissed look. Perfect for the summer, when you want to add a slight hint of bronze to your face. 
This glides on so well and feels really soft and hydrating on the cheeks. It lasts all day and doesn't budge and there's no flaking from the product and it doesn't dry up either. You only need the tiniest amount because the product is so dark, it's best to start off with a small pea sized amount then slowly build up to your desired shade. 

What do you prefer? Powders or Creams?

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