I've always been a bronzer gal when it comes to the battle of the cheek product. Blusher I can take it or leave it and whilst highlighter can give me the fresh, glowing complexion I yearn for, it's all about the sculpted cheek when it comes down to the crunch.

I have four bronzers in my make-up collection that I switch up daily, I couldn't really choose a favourite as they all do their job of creating a sculpted, warm cheek perfectly without any tangerine traumas. 

The Delice De Poudre from Bourjois is an iconic bronzer and staple of many make-up bags. Priced at £7.99 it isn't too penny snatching and lasts a lifetime. I have had mine for almost a year now and it's still going strong. The formula smells of chocolate which is always appealing at 7am when the make-up magpie calls.

My most luxurious bronzer comes from Elizabeth Arden, although I didn't pay full price as I found it lurking on the beauty shelf in TK Maxx. The mineral powder is finely ground to give you a beautiful, deep matte brown powder to play with. I use this bronzer mostly for contouring the cheekbones and for when I have a little more tan to my skin in the summer time.

In contrast, my cheapest bronzer is probably up there as one of my top two. The Golden Glow bronzing powder from St Moriz can be found in Bodycare for around £2-£3 and is best described as a highlighting bronzer which works nicely on the top of the cheek bones for a real sunkissed glow.

Finally, the one I talk about all the time. My Physicians Formula Deluxe Bronze is the perfect bronzing weapon, the colour is the perfect complimentary shade for my 'Studio Fix Fluid' NW20 foundation and works well as a sculptor and pop of colour on the apples of the cheek.

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