High street, or drugstore products, are some of my favourite beauty bits to buy as there are so many little gems hidden within the aisles of boots which can sometimes be better than, or on par with, high end beauty products. Also, I don't feel half as guilty buying a bronzer for under £10 than I do after buying one that's two or three times the price. So, I've gathered all the affordable bronzers I own in order to give you the lowdown of my fave (and not so favourite) ones.

Soap & Glory Solar Powder Bronzer
This is probably my personal favourite out of the six, and definitely my most well loved as it is looking a little worse for wear after I hit pan AND dropped it so the lid fell off. This bronzer has two sides - a lighter one and a darker one - but I just swirl it all together and pop it on my cheek bones to add a bit of warmth to my face. Not too orange nor too muddy so perfect for the natural look, although the shades are quite light so I don't know how this would fare on those with darker skin tones. At £11 it is certainly at the top end of the high street price range, but it is worth it if you have a few extra pennies to spare.

Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder
Or more well known as simply the Chocolate Bronzer. I love the smell of the bronzer and I love how it looks on other people when I see it featured in YouTube videos, but I just can't get mine to show up at all! Even in swatches, there is no colour at all. It's not even sheer - it's invisible. I think I've probably got a duff one as so many people rave about this bronzer. I'm tempted to give the highlight and bronzer duo that Bourjois have just released but I don't want to be left disappointed again. For £7.99 you can't really go wrong, but for me it isn't my favourite.

Max Factor Bronzing Powder in Bronze
I never see many posts featuring this bronzer on the blogosphere which is surprising as it's a really beautiful bronzer. It is slightly shimmery, so not for everyone but I just use it to warm up my complexion and it gives such an amazing glow to the skin, so you don't even have to use highlighter (although I still do most days..;)). The pigmentation is so good with this bronzer so it's important to use a light hand. I love a multifunctional product so this is a real winner for me and it looks beautiful as eye shadow too. This is only £6.99 and is available from both Boots and Superdrug.

Bourjois Bronzing Primer
I suppose this is cheating a little as this is a primer rather than a bronzer but personally I prefer to use this on top of my foundation to warm up my face. It has a moussey texture and a chocolately sweet scent. It is a little difficult to use as it isn't the both blendable product and the texture can make it quite drying. Despite this, once on the skin it gives a lovely and rather natural glow - perfect for winter when we all need perking up a little. This comes in at £9.99 which, in my opinion, is a little steep for the tiny pot.

ELF Blush & Bronzer Duo in St Lucia
This is supposed to be a dupe for the Nars Orgasm & Laguna Duo which I don't own so I can't really compare the two but I do really like the shades of the blush and bronzer in this duo. They are both riddled with shimmer and the bronzer isn't as finely milled which makes me not reach for the duo as often. I do love how they look together though and the blush is particularly stunning really perks up my skin when it's looking dull. I may have to invest in Nars Orgasm & Laguna duo some time soon to compare them, for blogging purposes only of course ;) This duo is only £3.95 so definitely won't break the bank if you're interested in trying it.

Seventeen Cream Bronzer
This is up there with one of my favourite bronzers as it looks very natural, dewy and fresh on the skin. It is very pigmented but also blendable and long lasting. I wouldn't say it's quite as long lasting as a powder and I don't really blend it down my neck, due to fearing the dreaded transfer onto my collar. Nevertheless, the bronzer is very pretty and also matte so perfect for doing a little bit of Kim K contouring (Kontouring?). For only £5.99 in Boots you can't go wrong!

What's your favourite bronzer?
12 comments on "HIGHSTREET BRONZERS"
  1. I really want to try the soap and glory one :) xox


    1. its really nice, you should defo have a swatch of it when you're next time in boots! x

  2. I've considered buying the Bourjois Bronzing Primer in the past, but I'm afraid it will dry out quickly. My favorite affordable bronzer (for the summer when I'm more tanned) is the Wet n Wild Color Icon Bronzer in "Princess" (during winter it can look a bit overpowering on my pale skin). It has a little bit of golden shimmer in it so it's fantastic for that summery bronze glow!

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  3. Bourjois bronzer is my favourite drugstore, I love it!!
    Jasmine xxx

  4. I'd so wanted to try the Bourjois Chocolate Bronzer, but think I'll stick with my trusty Body Shop one, I absolutely love it!

    Alicia | LissyBeauty

  5. "Kontouring" 😂 The bourjois one has always interested me, but I think it would end up looking really blotchy and bad on me! I've never tried a cream bronzer, but as the 17 one is really affordable and you love it so much I think I'll HAVE to try it...;) xx

  6. I'm currently loving the NYC 'Sunny' bronzer its like £3 and its amazing!

    Lauren| thatgirlcalledlauren.blogspot.co.uk

  7. These seem amazing and I really want to get more into bronzes so this was really helpful so thanks.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |

  8. Really want to try solar powder and the bourjois ones - they look amazing and I am obsessed with bronzer at the minute. Love your photos <3

    Love Charlotte xxx

  9. I have the Bourjois bronzer and highlighter duo (I just posted a review on my blog, actually!) and I love it. My second favourite bronzer is the Body Shop Honey Bronzer :) xx

  10. I've been wanting to try the solar powder for ages now, definitely sounds like it's worth the money!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty Blog

  11. A bit odd that the Bourjois mousse bronzer is marketed as a "primer" huh? Anyway I've heard its similar to the Chanel Soleil Tan de Chanel which I love. Great picks :)

    Erin | Erin and Katherine Talk Beauty


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