Ethnic Skin Kissed by The Sun
You don’t have to go to Reality TV levels with your bronzers. You can have the appearance of skin kissed by the sun with minimal coverage. The new bronzers are subtle, matte and natural. They can give your skin a look as if you’d just spent the day by the ocean.
How Do You Achieve the Look of Ethnic Skin Kissed by the Sun?
1. Start with a bit of basic coverage to even out your complexion. Being that it’s summer, you don’t want to wear too much. This could cause your skin to clog and blackheads to erupt. This is not your objective. Look for a moisturizer or foundation that will create a natural finish.
2. Finding the right shade is half the battle. The rule of thumb is to look for a bronzer that is no more than two shades darker than your skin tone. With ethnic skin and your many complexions, you will have to find what works best and create your own rule of thumb. Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing powder might be worth looking into. It has matte shades tailored for fair to dark complexions.
3. Where can you cheat the sun? Typically your forehead, cheeks, the bridge of your nose and jawline are where you begin. With a fluffy powder brush, you’ll begin dusting the bronzer in these areas. Don’t forget your ears and neck.
You’ll find that bronzer comes in powder, liquid and cream form. It’s to be applied the same way, emphasize the areas that tend to get soaked by the sun - blend with your fingertips until the color is sheered out. Start with a light application and build. When the bronzer is buffed into your skin it will often make your skin look warm.
Add a little blush and some lip gloss and you’re set. A simple routine to enhance your ethnic beauty, naturally . You'll be carefree and confident, with skin kissed by the sun with natural bronzers.
That’s it for this week. As always …
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