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Bronzers are the makeup essentials that give ladies a convenient faux shine, minus the harm done by the sun. Because everyone knows that a real suntan is so 2020. But, while our skin thanks us for it, in the long run, we are still hankering after the bright glow that is achieved after time spent soaking up the rays in summers.
Whether it is an illuminating, matte, or cream bronzer that gives you satisfaction, a fine bronzer should add some “zing” to your skin and face and spark your natural warmth any time of the day. It is important to ensure you pick the right bronzer for your skin complexion. Because if you choose the incorrect one, it can make you look like you are not wearing any makeup or look ashy, orange. Get the balance right, and you will have absolutely everything you wish to own.
But with shelves full of different bronzers, deciding which one is right to choose is hard. Choose an inappropriate color, and you will end up more terracotta than tanned. And when ladies are struggling to keep stuff natural, the incorrect glitter ratio is sure to hamper all of your efforts. A cream bronzer is the latest way to wear bronzers. This kind of bronzers offers natural, skin-like finishes- feathering it on the bridge of the nose, forehead, and cheeks using a blending brush will provide a gentle veil of healthy, skin-like shine and glow. From the ability of built-in self-tan to the stick which is applied with your fingers, scroll down to find out the best bronzers you will ever find in the cosmetics stores.
How To Apply Bronzer
Got your favorite bronzer? Great. Now, it’s time to see how you apply these bad boys in the right way. So, let us start learning, shall we?
Applying bronzer perfectly is a little bit tricky. You will begin by picking a good brush. A fluffy one with a rounded top is recommended. But it shouldn’t be stiff as it may leave streaks and not too dense or too small. Then, apply bronzer on the top of the forehead, under cheekbones, and the jaw. You may sweep it along the sides of the nose.
Always remember to use a lighter touch and begin slow, building up as you see fit. Naturally, we find it much easier to add more products than remove them, isn’t it? For blending it in, use light circular motions slowly.
Looking for a tip? It is the number three rule. The rule is that start at the top of the forehead, just over the temple, slowly bring the brush down, and under the cheekbone. Then back again and under your jawline, repeating a number three.