The Ultimate Guide For Wearing Bronzer
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to give up on giving off all the warm and glowy summer vibes. Bronzer is the best way to add just a touch of warmth to any makeup look and our Whatup Beaches Bronzer is perfect for anyone looking for just a little bit of summer, even in the coldest months. But how do you wear bronzer? How do you apply it? This is our ultimate guide for wearing bronzer.
What Is The Best Way To Apply Bronzer?
The trick to applying bronzer in a way that truly brings out the best of your natural beauty is putting it directly in the areas that you want to add some warmth to, such as the cheeks, jawline, and nose. Use a blending brush to apply it so that you can blend it with the rest of your makeup for a natural but enhanced look.
How Can I Make My Bronzer Last All Day?
Of course, the last thing you want is to be stuck reapplying your bronzer all day. Don’t miss out on your day just to make sure you look your best! Our Thank Me Later Setting Spray and Set For Life Setting Powder are amazing at locking in your look no matter what your day brings your way.
What Do You Put On After Bronzer?
If you choose to add highlighter to your look, you’ll want to add this after your bronzer. Once your blush, bronzer, and highlighter are in place, you’ll want to lock it all in place with setting powder and setting spray for a look that lasts all day.
Can You Wear Bronzer All Over Your Face?
It really depends on what you’re going for when it comes to your overall look. If you’re planning on using your bronzer as more of a contour to bring out certain parts of your face, don’t use it all over your face. If you’re just trying to add a general warmth, you can definitely use a light layer all over, but make sure you blend it down onto your neck too.
Bronzer is a product that can truly transform your makeup look. Our Whatup Beaches Bronzer is ideal for adding some beautiful warmth to your look, no matter how cold it is outside.
May cause irritation. Stop use and contact a dermatologist if prolonged irritation or allergic reaction occurs.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul
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