I don’t know how long it takes you to use up a bronzer but for me, the answer is A LONG TIME. And yet, every year new bronzers get released, and what high end bronzer is better known than Guerlain’s Terracotta collection?
The first ever expensive bronzer I purchased was Guerlain (it was around £29 back then) and it lasted the entire time I was at University.
Guerlain’s 2013 Terracotta collection ’4 Seasons’ comes in 6 tones (4 are new), so you can choose one that suits your skin (I’ve always found it odd that so many bronzers come in one hue for all!).
These bronzers have 4 tones in each pan, and are matte (YES!), and can be used from fair skinned blondes, to ladies with dark hair and dark skin.
The idea of these bronzers is that they are very natural and useable all year round without looking like you’re wearing fake tan. Here are the shades:
Also released on the 1st of April is;
Terracotta Sun Scrub £36 (exfoliator to prepare the skin for tanning)
Terracotta Sunless Tinted Self Tanning Gel £35
Terracotta Cooling Bronzing Mist £36 (Gives the legs a tanned look, cools them and is scented lightly with taire).
Terracotta Sun Serum £40 (To activate, deepen and prolong a tan)
Terracotta Sun Moisturiser £30
The 4 Seasons Bronzing Powders are £46.50
I love the look of the powder bronzer though, definitely the one I would want to invest in from the collection.
Do you buy new bronzers without finishing others?