What Is A Bronzer For? We’re here to tell you!

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What is Bronzer For? We’re here to tell you! When it comes to using bronzer, it’s only natural that you have a ton of questions. Elizabeth Mott is here to answer all of them with their Contour Palette and Whatup Beaches Bronzer. Both of these products work to bring out your face’s best features, but they’re definitely different from each other. So, that might have you wondering: what exactly is a bronzer for, and how can I use it to spice up my makeup routine?

Well, the TLDR is that bronzer should be used to bring out the warmth in your face, but there’s still tons to know about incorporating bronzer into your makeup routine, so let’s dive right into it!

What is the difference between bronzing and contouring?

You’ve probably heard of contouring, a makeup trend that’s picked up some serious speed over the last few years. The goal of contouring is to shape your face’s natural structure, and with Elizabeth Mott’s Contour Palette, this is easier than ever! Their Contour Palette comes with 3 shades to highlight and 3 shades to contour, allowing you to bring out the natural features of your face. But how is this different from bronzing?

Elizabeth Mott Contour Palette for contouring and highlighting

Bronzing is all about bringing out the warmth of your skin, especially in areas that would normally be highlighted naturally by the sun. This is incredibly easy to do with Elizabeth Mott’s Whatup Beaches Bronzer, which works to warm your skin up in all the best spots! When you use this bronzer, you’ll not only be surprised with how easy it is to apply, but you’ll be left with a healthy, glowing look that’ll remind you of happy days spent on the beach.

Elizabeth Mott Whatup Beaches Bronzer Powder

What should I look for in a bronzer?

When it comes time to pick your bronzer, you want to look for one that’s not only easy to apply but one that blends well with your skin. Luckily, Elizabeth Mott’s Whatup Beaches Bronzer can do all that and more! This bronzer is not only known for its easy-to-apply formula, but it’s fantastic for bringing out a healthy glow from your skin. Elizabeth Mott prides itself on blendable and buildable products, and this bronzer is no exception. In addition to all of that, it’s long-lasting, so no matter where your day brings you, you’ll look like you just spent all day smiling in the sun.

What is the best bronzer color for my skin?

By now you might be thinking, what’s the best bronzer color for my skin tone? We all have different skin tones and undertones, so it’s difficult to find products that work universally, but the good news is, Elizabeth Mott’s Whatup Beaches Bronzer is not only easy to use, but it’s flattering for every skin tone under the sun! This bronzer is sure to bring out the best of any skin shade, and with its natural matte finish or luminous glow, you’ll be wondering why it took you so long to try it!

Elizabeth Mott Bronzer Picture Before and After On Different Skintones

Should I be using bronzer all year?

Bronzer is fantastic for bringing out the warmth in your skin. While you might want to achieve this look all year round, bronzer is definitely more popular to use in the summer months due to the warm tones it will bring out in your skin. Basically, it’ll look more natural in the warmer months, but you’ll want to bring out some December sunshine and let people see the bronzed goddess that you are all year round!

What’s the best brush to use when applying bronzer?

There are a couple of different options when it comes to applying your Whatup Beaches Bronzer. Depending on where you are in your bronzer routine, you could go with either a short kabuki brush with dense bristles or a stippling brush. The kabuki brush is ideal for blending your bronzer efficiently, but a stippling brush works just as well for an overall look. Did we mention that bronzer is perfect for quickly defining your eye crease for a natural effortless eye look? It’s true! 

Elizabeth Mott showing different makeup brushes

How do I use bronzer with highlighter?

The key to using bronzer in tandem with your favorite Elizabeth Mott highlighter from the Contour Palette is surprisingly simple! While you might be feeling overwhelmed by all these exciting new products, they’re incredibly easy to blend together as long as you remember one key difference: bronzer should be used to bring out the hollows of your face and its goal is to create shadows on face to deemphasize. Highlighter is used on the high points, like your cheekbones, down the center of the nose, the inner corner of your eye, just under your eyebrow and your cupids bow! If you are looking for more of a glowy highlight you will fancy our Show Me Your Glow Shimmer Shadow and Highlighter all-in-one product. With this power combo, you’ll be sure to bring out all your face’s best features and make it seem effortless.

Do I need a bronzer?

By now, you’ve probably gotten most of your questions about bronzer answered, so you’re trying to figure out: do I need bronzer? The answer is yes yes yes, girl! Bronzer is fantastic for bringing out your natural warmth, and Elizabeth Mott’s cruelty-free formula is the perfect addition to your routine for a glowing, healthy look. Because our Whatup Beaches Bronzer works well with any skin tone, prevents powder clumps, and lasts all day long, you really can’t go wrong investing in some bronzer to add to your makeup collection. It’s sure to become one of your favorite products!

Elizabeth Mott Bronzer Application with Whatup Beaches Bronzer

Bronzer might feel like an overwhelming product to work with, but the truth is, it’s far less complicated than it appears. Elizabeth Mott makes it even more simple with their easy-to-apply formula. With the Whatup Beaches Bronzer used in combination with their Contour Palette, you won’t have to worry about figuring out the perfect one for your skin tone, which means you can spend less time figuring out how to use it, and more time looking like you just came from a day at the beach!


About the author:

Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey 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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