Monday, 6 August 2012

MUA Bronzed Perfection




MUA Bronzed Perfection on the right, MUA Blusher in Shade 1.
Welcome to the best bronzer I've tried in a long, long time. As everyone knows, I am pale. If I didn't use any sort of fake tan, gradual tan or the likes, I would be a ghost. I've got back into a good routine of fake tan but sometimes it's just too much of an annoyance to tan my face. When I use my Etar Pur Micellar Water cleanser, it takes off everything, including fake tan so I use tons of product to try and put it back on. That was until, I found this baby.

MUA Cosmetics posted a 25% discount and free delivery last week, I instantly logged into their site as there is tons I was lusting after but couldn't find. I had seen this bronzer on their Facebook site, but not really thought too much into it as I tend not to wear too much bronzer. Whilst it was cheap though, I thought I'd try it and I'm so glad I added it to my basket.

It's huge, and I mean huge. It won't even fit in my make-up bag, what a shame, I'll now need a new, bigger one. I've been using it both to contour, but also add a bit of colour to my t-zone and jaw line. I know it's going to last me forever, so at £3, it really is a bargain.

You can buy the Bronzed Perfection on the MUA Store website here, or in Superdrug for £3.

Have you tried Bronzed Perfection? What's your favourite bronzer? (especially you pale people like me!)

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14 comments:

  1. This sounds great.. I wish MUA was more widely available in Ireland :(

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    1. Ah really, how about on their site? I know delivery is reasonable. Shame it isn't readily available as their products are quite good, especially the palettes! x

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  2. Ooooh, might try this then, I was thinkin it looks a bit meh, but if you sayin it good, I probs gonna like it:D x

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    1. Yeah I thought the same to be honest, I just threw it in my basket but it's definitely worth £3 in my opinion, no harm lost. If you're looking for a new bronzer, try it :) x

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  3. This sounds a great product, I thought this may have been a bit too dark on my skin as I'm pale also. But £3 is not a lot to spend :)

    Charlee
    http://charmedcharlee.blogspot.co.uk
    xxxx

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    1. It's not a lot to spend at all, if you see it I'd definitely recommend picking it up! I love it and I love how huge it is haha. It'll last me at least a year! x

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  4. I really want to try this, i was looking for it today in Birmingham. Looks amazing, I use a rimmel one.
    xx

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    1. I really love it! I bet it's hard to find at the mo, like everything! I've used the rimmel one, but it made me look like a muddy girl :( ah well, this one is cheap anyway x

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  5. The only MUA products that I have tried are their lipsticks and I thought they were amazing for £1! My favourite bronzer is Nars Laguna.

    Laura
    www.whitewintersblog.com

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    1. Yeah they're great for £1 but the "more expensive" stuff is quite good too, usually the stands are awful so sometimes it's worth buying online. I've not tried the Nars one, will put it on my list :) x

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  6. I love the print on the bronzer - things like that always get me!

    http://arrceebee.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. I know I love it too, it's the small things haha x

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  7. I love MUA products! Swear by their palettes! xo

    http://www.vipxo.co.uk

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    1. Wow thanks for commenting :) love your blog, fangirl moment! I love their palettes too, this bronzer has topped it though! x

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