Top Bronzers Under $15
Sunny days are almost here! Which means it's time to start transitioning from snow bunnies to tan goddesses. ;) Check out these super affordable(and amazing) bronzers to help you get your faux sun-kissed glow started!
Beautiful bronzer that stays on for 8 hours and is free of harsh chemicals. If you prefer a bronzer with no glitter or shine, I would steer clear of this one. I personally love the "glow-boosting" touch.
Very light-weight bronzer that blends nicely. It's the perfect bronzer for a very pale-toned skin color like mine. It's not as orange as it appears in the package! It does give a bit of a golden glow as well.
This waterproof bronzer gives a nice, subtle tanned glow that looks really natural. It is very matte, so you get a lot of color without the shimmer.
Super customizable muted bronzer with some peachy tones. It's bigger than most bronzers and really affordable. Mix with caution, it can get very shimmery!
Good formula, blends easily and has no shimmer. Works great on light skin BUT it is pretty easy to overdo it and look a little orange. Remember, a little goes a long way!
This bronzer offers rich pigmentation and helps you achieve a really natural summer color. No shimmer or shine. It does have a light scent though, coconut maybe? :( Also, it isn't long-lasting on its own, a good setting spray is definitely needed!
Great natural color with some shimmer to add some glow to your face. It is extremely pigmented so make sure you tap off the excess when using it. This would also work great as an eyeshadow or even a highlight if you have a darker skin tone.
Another coconut-smelling bronzer. Yuck. Anyways, the formula is super smooth and applies/blends easily. It is a light, soft bronzer, so it does take a little longer to build up. For people as pale as me though, I think that's great! Makes it harder to go overboard!
Such a gorgeous, natural color that blends well on the skin for a flawless finish. Long-lasting but does have a lotttttt of shimmer!
What are some of your favorites? Let me know in the comments! :)