Bourjois Bronzing Powder

I faced a dilemma the other day - I was running out of my bronzer! And when my local Boots didn't have my usual No7 bronzer I may have cried... (I'd had a VERY bad day!)

So I asked Twitter for recommendations and it came back with this:




This is Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder which you can get from Boots at the moment for a scrummy £4.99 - not bad considering my usual has gone up to over £11!

I love the idea of the packaging, I think it's really unique and it's just like a little book. However, if I'm honest I'd worry so much about it getting damaged in my bag or if the bronzer itself broke I can image it'd go absolutely everywhere...

Onto the product however. I have to say I'm really impressed. I've never really used Bourjois products before but I'm willing to give them a go after this...

It applies so easily and gives an instant glow. I apply a light layer to my whole face, neck and bust and then another layer to my cheeks for emphasis.

I was slightly worried it made me look more orange then my No7 bronzer but I have been reassured otherwise by many people! After using it for a few days I have to agree with them, it's a gorgeous colour. I just look lovely and sunkissed and tanned which I love.

One of my favourite things about it though? It smells of CHOCOLATE. Not even kidding, I apply it to my face and I actually want to eat it. I shouldn't be surprised really as (as you can see above) the bronzer itself is display like a chocolate bar and when I was recommended it I was told to "get the Bourjois one that looks like chocolate".

So I did, and I'm glad and I really do love it. It's a great product for the price - sorry No7!

What Bourjois products are you loving at the moment?

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