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Great Tips For Picking The Best Bronzer For Dry Skin

When you have dry skin, choosing makeup can get pretty tricky, because you don’t want  makeup to harm your skin in any way. However, because most makeup products usually contain a lot of artificial perfumes and chemicals, it has a tendency to react with your skin in ways that we never expect. Does that mean that you will give up makeup, forever? HELL NO! Apart from the chemical-laden, chalky makeup, there are also a lot of great brands out there who make great products, which can actually do your skin a whole lot of good than bad.

Now let’s come to bronzers. You might be wondering why you need bronzers in the first place, let alone trying to figure out which is the best bronzer for dry skin. Here are a couple of bronzed up beauties to give you some perspective on why it is absolutely imperative that you own the best bronzer for dry skin.

Kim Kardashian

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Jennifer Lawrence

Taraji P. Henson

Zoe Kravitz

A well-applied and perfectly chosen bronzer can not only give you that instant, sexy tanned, sun-kissed look, but can also double up as a contour stick, a highlighter, face glitter and so much more. It is also responsible for giving your face depth and structure, which you require after putting on foundation, since the latter can make your face look washed out and flat. A bronzer can also thin out your face and make you look all kinds of sexy.


Suggested read: Everything You Must Know To Pick The Best Face Primer For Dry Skin


However, if you have dry skin, you have to keep in mind the kind of makeup that you are investing in. Because bronzer is another added layer of makeup on your face, it can be strenuous for your skin, so you need to choose your bronzers with care. You should not only take the formula of the product into consideration, but several other things, which are we are going to discuss below. Here is everything you need to know about picking the best bronzer for dry skin.

1. Consider your skin tone: Whether you have dry skin or oily skin or combination skin, you have to consider your skin tone before you invest in a bronzer. If you have dark skin, and you get yourself a sheer pink bronzer, then it will become a tinted blush instead of a bronzer, wherefore the purpose will be lost. To make sure that you get the best results, consider carefully the tone of your skin before buying.

  • If you have fair to pale skin, then you need to get bronzers which come with a hydrating formula, loaded with minerals and vitamins and natural fragrances, and which are also of the right color for your skin tone. Do not invest in a bronzer which is more than two shades darker than your actual skin tone, otherwise it could end up looking highly unnatural. We recommend shades like honey, sheer pink, rose-gold, blush and peaches, which can give you that instant, shining, sun-kissed glow. Here are a few examples.

Bobbi Brown Bronzing Powder in Elvis Duran

Urban Decay Beached Bronzer

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Jippi #urbandecay #urbandecaybeachedbronzer

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NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna

  • If you have olive undertones to your skin, then you don’t need to work too hard to get your hands on the right bronzer, as you have already been blessed with a natural tan to your skin. However, a bronzer can amp up any look that you are trying to pull off, and if you want to get your hands on the perfect bronzer, go for copper-based shades in golden and honey, which can accentuate your shadows. Here are our top picks.
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Dry doesn't mean that you can't look fly in makeup! Learn how to choose the best bronzer for dry skin, for that gorgeous sun-kissed glow!
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Aishani Laha

Aishani Laha

Bibliophile. Feminist. Unreasonable optimist. I am dangerously obsessed with the English language and the stage is my second home. I still believe in fairy tales and happy endings, and more importantly, that there is nothing that good music and a cup of coffee can’t fix.