Where to buy TheBalm Cosmetics’ “Take Home the Bronze” bronzers
If you've been avoiding bronzer because you're worried you'll turn out like an Oompa Loompa, TheBalm Cosmetics has your back.
If there are two things that we know that people fear when applying bronzer, it's streaky lines and the dreaded orange glow. So when TheBalm Cosmetics says that the brand has come out with a range of specifically anti-orange bronzers, let's just say that our eyes lit up faster than you can say "sun-kissed glow".
That's right, the brand that brought us the holy grail Mary Lou-manizer highlighter has extended its bronzing range and given us three brand new products to adorn our faces with.
So not only will we be glowing beyond belief, we'll also get just the right amount of bronze.
The range is called Take Home The Bronze, and given the timing of the release coincides with the Winter Olympics, we're sensing a link here. But if you think this bronzer is anything other than a winner, you'd be wrong.
As always, the shades have actual names so we can refer to them like you're close friends (and really, if you find a product you love enough, it's important enough to be a close friend anyway). Meet Oskar, Toni and Graham E!
The three shades allow for a decent range of colour, and it's definitely buildable enough to increase the intensity if you're looking for a more all-out look. If you're new to bronzer though, rest assured that it can also be applied subtly enough to give you a hint of colour.
The bronzers are available in the US for pre-order at the moment, so it won't be long until you can nab your preferred shade here in Australia from Sephora, Adore Beauty, StrawberryNET and of course, direct from TheBalm Cosmetics' website.
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