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What's the best bronzer?

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Postby watchthemoon » Wed Jun 03, 2009 9:22 am

Kylesmom,
I've been looking into self-tanners and it says you're supposed to exfoliate before applying.So why can't you use the self-tanners?Will they remove the product if you're using exfoliating gels rather than exfoliating with a washcloth?
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Postby kylesmom9 » Wed Jun 03, 2009 6:22 pm

Yes, I use retin a and a glycolic serum daily. These would probably not remove all of the self tanner, but remove it in a way that looked very uneven. I still do get peely sometimes from the retin a. Plus self tanner never looked very good on my face with its affinity for pores making them look dirty.
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Postby ouch! » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:19 am

are you still loving the bronzer you got, Terri?
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Postby kylesmom9 » Sun Jun 07, 2009 1:43 pm

Yes...using it daily! It lasts a long time...I still have half the bottle left. I use a half squirt in my sunscreen for my face, and another half squirt for my neck and chest.

It's great stuff! :)

NO orange/red tones...just a hint of "health". Hard to describe, but it looks really natural.
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Postby seashell1972 » Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:56 am

The 2 most natural ones I have found are Bobbi Brown's Shimmer Brick and Jane Iredale Moonglow. I think I prefer the Jane Iredale over Bobbi Brown, however, they are both very good.

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Re: What's the best bronzer?

Postby jessica.c » Thu Nov 05, 2009 6:01 pm

Hi 4evryoung,

Just thought I would throw in my two cents on this issue, it seems that everyone has their own favorite :D

Being very fair, it is hard to get a bronzer that isnt overpowering. One that I find works very well with my complexion is:

Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder
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It doesn't clog my pores and it looks and feels very natural.

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