Bronzer used to live in the realm of imagination in the make-up world a few years ago, the only way for people to tan their skin used to be via sun bathing the old fashioned way or through the use of sun beds. But as technology progresses over time, make-up started to rise in the beauty industry as a new tanning star. Lancôme has always been a popular brand for make-up since the 1960’s. They have been known to really capture the type of look that every woman would like to have. Not only do they produce make-up but they are also big in formulating different kinds of skin care solutions and fragrances to suit every type of woman. One of the best products they produce is the Star Bronzer Make Up. A lot of make up artists and chics dig this kind of beauty tool for a lot of reasons. To give you the best of the many bases for this, here are some that you need to know.
Tips for using Bronzer
If you love the bright glow look on your face, then you have the perfect tool for this. Lancôme’s star bronzer make-up does best in giving your skin a matte but glowing appearance that would be really enhanced when the sun hits your face. All you need to do is to gently sweep the bronzer all over your face and make sure there is no excess powder left on your face from the brush to give that perfect look to your skin. You also have to see to it that the distribution of the color is well and even. Do not put too much on to avoid looking unnatural.
When it comes to sculpting the face, this Lancôme make-up also does really well. Their mineral mat will give your cheeks the perfect glow when applied onto your cheekbones. If you want to create that Barbie-sculpted-cheeks kind of look, all you need to do is apply the right amount of bronzer that would make it look darker than the rest of your face. Make sure that you only apply a minimal amount. Keeping your look natural is still and always will be better than too much make–up. You may also apply this onto your chin and brow bone. This will give your eyes a glow and make your make up even more appealing. If you’d like to have a slightly pink glow on your cheeks, you can apply a little amount of your favorite blush on top. Make sure it won’t overlap with the sculpted effect you’ve created though.
Written for MakeupVideo by Cj Lugo
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