Whatever your skin type there’s a natural and non-toxic bronzer that’s right for you.
As people like you demand more safe products and practices, “natural” and “healthy” have become the hot new keywords. The big trend of untanned skin goes hand-in-hand with the most quickly changing aspects of the beauty industry – we don’t want to damage our skin to look beautiful, we’d rather find a way to protect it.
My favorite ‘green’ bronzers listed below are the perfect option for when you don’t want to go out and tan your skin to death, but really desire a sun-kissed glow.
Tips on How To Get Your Natural Bronze On
Start by applying a light-toned bronzer, in a c-shape, from your temples to the apples of your cheeks.
Blend the bronzer outward toward your hairline using a clean brush, your fingers, or sponge.
You should never be able to tell where the added color stops and starts. This application technique will add just enough natural-looking warmth to your face, giving you the freedom to play with cheek, eye, and lip colors, while still allowing your natural undertones to show through.
Best Natural Bronzers By Skin Type
Gel for normal to dry skin:
This sun–free color stick contains environmental anti-oxidant protection! It’s never streaky, orange, or fake-looking, and is made from 70 percent certified organic ingredients and 30 percent natural mineral pigments and vitamins.
Pressed Powder for normal to oily skin:
This silky, pressed powder formula of flower wax-infused minerals is fortified with aloe, vitamin E, and green tea. It is a beautiful, light bronzer for even the fairest of complexions.
Loose Powder for normal to oily skin
This Portland, Oregon based company has created some of the purest, high performance cosmetics around. Their bronzers contain only three mineral ingredients and are available in both matte and shimmer finishes.
Need a quick tutorial? Watch as GBT Founder, Kristen Arnett shows just how to get a bronzy glow using some of the products above:
Are you rocking a non-tan and have you tried any of the bronzers above? Let us know how you do it!
Feature photo by Diana Sell