16 Best Bronzers -- and the 5 Worst
If your Casper-like complexion needs a touch of faux glow, try using one of these best bronzers. Just make sure to avoid the worst ones on this list
The Best No. 10: Rimmel London Natural Bronzer, $4.29TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 8.8*
Why: "You donít need to spend a fortune to get a good product," say readers, and this bronzer is proof. Reviewers say, "This bronzer creates a great, natural-looking glow without emptying your wallet." Another agrees saying, the "pretty, bronze glow looks so natural, you can probably get away with saying it's real!" Readers also love to use this as a contouring powder because it's "matte," "buildable," and "blends easily."
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