Summer Bronzer Lineup | Mostly Drugstore

Summer Bronzer Lineup | Mostly Drugstore

Summer Bronzer Lineup | Mostly Drugstore


Summer Bronzer Lineup | Mostly Drugstore
Hey, friends! I hope you’re all having a great start to your summer since the official “kick off to summer” memorial day weekend. We have been doing a lot outside and enjoying whatever warm weather we get. With summer comes my obsession with bronzers and adding to my summer glow. I love using all types of bronzers, matte ones, shimmery ones, etc. Here is my summer bronzer lineup! Make sure you make it to the end to shop the products for yourself! PS a lot of these are drugstore, super affordable, ones. Enjoy and cheers to the summer.

Summer Bronzer Lineup

Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer

Ah, the beloved butter bronzer. There’s a reason this baby is at the top of my list and it’s because it’s amazing. It smells like the beach, is a perfect light bronze shade. The formula is buttery smooth and easy to blend.

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil

This is a really nice matte bronzer. It smells like chocolate and blends super nicely. The only thing I don’t love is the price, but I love Too Faced.

Wet n Wild Color Icon | Ticket to Brazil

This one has a huuuge pan and is super cheap (like under $5 cheap). I love it for a bronzy glow without big glitter chunks. It also has SPF 15 which is a nice bonus layer of sun protection.

Pixi by Petra Beauty Bronzer | Summertime

This is another lighter shade bronzer but I am fairly light skin toned so most of mine are. This has a hint of shimmer and looks really pretty on the skin. Pixi is one of my faves.

Elizabeth Mott Whatup Beaches

Elizabeth Mott nailed it with the name of this bronzer. Not only is the name perfect but so is the formula. It’s a perfect light to medium cool toned matte shade. It’s not matte and chalky though if that makes sense, it still looks radiant. I’m in love.

Application Tips

I like using a small domed brush like this one to apply the bronzer and then a big fluffy one to blend it all out. I feel like using a smaller brush is easier to concentrate the product on the area I want it before it gets all blended out. I just apply the product in the hollows of my cheek and on the top of my forehead. The key is finding a good quality formula that is going to be easy to blend and then blending until it looks seamless.

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Thank you so much for reading today, have a great rest of the week!!

Xx, T

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