The Bronzed and The (Not) Beautiful

Even celebrities can get it wrong! Don’t overdo it with the bronzer ladies. Use a big fluffy brush and only put the bronzer where the sun would hit you naturally ex/ nose, forehead, temples, cheeks, and chin. I like to do a W across the nose, and a 3 for the temples, cheekbones, and chin. This next part is crucial-be sure to absorb oil first with your powder or oil-blotting papers before you use bronzer or you will be orange and stripey. Your bronzer will mix with your skins oils and look darker. When it comes to bronzer, go for a sun-kissed, natural glow. You’re looking for warmth, not to go from 0 to 60.

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  1. [...] tan or go to town with a dark powder bronzer. Instead of applying it as you normally would, as seen here, be more liberal and apply it everywhere extending it down to any exposed skin {and I imagine there [...]

  2. [...] tan or go to town with a dark powder bronzer. Instead of applying it as you normally would, as seen here, be more liberal and apply it everywhere extending it down to any exposed skin {and I imagine there [...]

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