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READY® Bronzer

  • READY Bronzer

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bareMinerals READY Bronzer buffs on rich golden bronze color with anti-aging benefits. See Details

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Color: The High Dive
Description: tan

bareMinerals READYTM Bronzer buffs on rich golden bronze color for a beautifully even, buildable glow. Powered by our proprietary SeaNutritive MineralTM Complex with antioxidants and cold-pressed carrot oil, this silky long-wearing formula delivers incredible anti-aging benefits. Solid mineral color lasts for up to 8 hours.

Size: 10 g / 0.3 oz.

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  • 43% increase in skin firmness after 4 weeks of use
*Based on an independent clinical study.
  • Apply to complexion with a face brush for a beautiful golden glow. Focus on areas the sun would naturally hit: cheekbones, forehead, nose and chin.

Mica, Lauroyl Lysine, Boron Nitride, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Polyglyceryl-2 Triisostearate, Corallina Officinalis Extract, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Alaria Esculenta Extract, Calcium Ketogluconate, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Root Extract, Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Silica, Iron Oxides (CI 77491, 77492, 77499), Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Bismuth Oxychloride (CI 77163).

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Kissed by the sun I have light skin and was worried that a bronzer would be too much. I was tired of the same make up look. I was shown this product at my local boutique and bought it right away. I've had it for a little over a year now and still haven't make a dent in this product. Lasts forever and looks natural. I recommend it! 03/13/2014
Lovely I use the warmth all over face color and was not sure how I would like this. I have never used a bronzer to do any contouring before and with my fair skin wasn't sure I was going to like the look but I love it! I have been using In the Deep end and it is lovely. It puts some definition into my face instead of the same old boring look! 02/19/2014
My first Skinny Dip... ;) I LOVE the Skinny Dip color. I have fair skin (I wear the Fairly Light foundation) and wanted a READY bronzer to have for on-the-go. After my consultant at my local BE boutique put this one on me, I have replaced Warmth in my make up routine...I just love this color too much. When used with a light stroke, it provides the perfect shade for contouring and shaping my face. 12/10/2013
READY Bronzer I first got my READY Bronzer (in Skinny Dip) to help even out my complexion in the summer months. It was really great for adding just a bit of color without being overbearing (I have some trouble with the Warmth loose powders). Now that it is winter, I love using this bronzer as a face contour (which means it helps define the look of cheeks, making them look thinner). It is subtle yet pronounced, and does not have that "orangey" look that the Warmth can sometimes give. Skinny Dip is the lightest and works really great for those who are lighter-skinned, because it is very subtle. The High Dive is the medium bronzer, but it is still subtle. This works well with medium-skinned gals. (I have not tried The Deep End). Tip: For contouring my cheeks, I first grab a bit of product on the brush of choice (I use a smaller, more defining brush - or you can use a contour brush). Make a "fish face" (sucking in your cheeks), and put the product in a line right under the cheekbone (where it is sucked in), all the way up to the hairline. Blend it it (so it is diffused from looking like a line). Follow with blush right above the contoured "line." 11/21/2013
Best of the bronzers. For me, this Ready Bronzer ( I'm using High Dive) is the best of the bronzers offer by BE. I went to store and compared all of them together with this one: faux tan, warmth & a little sun. This one is the least glittery and most matte and no red tones like warmth has. It gives me a great, natural looking tan. I have light olive skin and use "light" foundation. I get tan in the summer and so far it has been helping me to extend my tan look into the winter without looking fake - so far, so good. It seems to go on heavier than the others too = a little goes a long way, and so I have to be careful not to over apply it. The brush needs to be tapped off for sure. And High Dive is pretty deep so I can see myself possibly switching to something lighter once my tan completely fades. I also use it as an eye shadow. My only complaint is the black matte case picks up a lot of make up dust and gets pretty dirty. 10/23/2013
The High Dive--oh yeah! Just switched from Faux Tan radiance (super gorgeous also) to the High Dive. LOVE it! Subtle shimmer, great pigment, nice coverage. 09/22/2013
Skinny Dip I wear Ready Medium Tan and the SA suggested the Skinny Dip bronzer. I was going to purchase High Dive but I let her try them both on, she was right the Skinny Dip gave a more natural look I was going for. I am very happy with my purchase. 08/24/2013
love this product I was looking for a bronzer for medium/dark skin and this is GREAT! I have good skin and this product enhances what I have. Not heavy just enough coverage for me and smooth no blending I am ready to try everything BE have at this point hope I won't be disappointed 07/05/2013
Love it! It goes on great and love the way it looks. I started using the end of last winter because I was feeling that my face looked "washed out" with no color. I use it now all year round. It gives a bit of glow to my face. 11/18/2012
Perfect It's so perfect for contouring. My fav s high dive ((((: so glad I found it 11/17/2012
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i wear medium tan in the matte foundation and warm tan in ready. don't know if i should get "the high dive" or "the deep end".
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I just want the essentials: Eye makeup, foundation, blush and lipstick. I have the get started kit, and don't want to spend more money if I don't need to. If I use this and warmth, will my face look too dark?
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Warmth is an all over face color, so it helps add natural color to your face. The bronzer is a bit heavier and really meant as a contour. You can use it as an all over, just know it will make you very bronzed on top of the warmth. I would recommend just using one or the other.
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Im looking for a compact bronzer and I currently use warmth. Which colour of the Ready Bronzers will work for me?
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What color foundation are you wearing? THe warmth is perfect for all skin tones, bronzer on the other had depends on your skin tone. If you are in the lights i would recommend the skinny dip. If you are in the medium I would do high dive and if you are in the tans I would do the deep end.
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Do the READY bronzers have shimmer in them or are they matte? I am looking at the "Skinny Dip", if that matters..... Thank you
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It has a matte finish :) if you want the shimmer add a radiance over it or luminizer.
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I can't wear Warmth because it turns orange-y after an hour or so, so I have to use Faux Tan. Do these stay tan? Thanks.
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I use the Skinny Dip shade and it has not turned orange on me yet!
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I have yet to have the READY Bronzer turn orange on me. (I have had Warmth get orangey, though, too) The nice thing about the READY Bronzer is that it is a brown base, and the compact makes it easier to grab less product than the Warmth, so that you can start out with a subtle glow and slowly build it up.

I think that yes, they do stay tan.

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I use the medium beige foundation (in the loose powder).
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Skinny Dip (the lightest shade) is a great natural/light bronzer. I am also in the Medium family, and I think it works perfectly to give me just a hint of color to my cheeks. However, I have also used High Dive (the middle shade) and it can also give me just the right amount of color.

If you're looking for something a little lighter, giving you just a hint of added color, then I would go with Skinny Dip; you can always pack on more of the bronzer if you're looking for a little bit deeper color (say, in the summer-time) just by layering more of the product on. However, if you're looking for a little bit of a bolder bronze, and don't want to have to layer a couple of times, then I would go with High Dive.

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the ready bronzer is solid and I feel you can control this. The loose powder was hard for me and it provided too much coverage and I could not get a true shade match. Ready Bronzer is only a few and it is a good mix of combination shades that a true shade is achievable and yet give you coverage hope this helps
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I'm looking for something to hold up to Mexican humidity while on vacation and Macy's website is listing Ready as waterproof which I haven't heard of before. Is this true or are they incorrect?
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I have not heard of it being waterproof. I don't have my original packaging anymore but I don't think it is.
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I have not heard of the READY Bronzers being waterproof; however, I think they work really well staying on the skin. I tend to have oily skin (which could definitely be due in part to the humidity where I live), but they have stayed on pretty well for me. Not sure if this happens for everyone, though.

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I wear med. beige foundation. I don't know if Skinny Dip ready bronzer would be the best shade to use or if I can also use High Dive ?
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I am also in the Medium family, and I have worn both Skinny Dip and High Dive. It depends on what kind of strength you want, but both colors can help you reach the color you're looking for. It is really up to you. I find that I prefer to wear the deeper bronzer (High Dive) in the summer and the lighter bronzer (Skinny Dip) in the winter.

So, if you're looking for more of a "hint" of bronzer, I would go with Skinny Dip, but if you think that you're going to want a little stronger color, then be bold and go with High Dive (you can always control the color by the brush you use and how much product you pick up).

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