Ruela

Powder Bronzer

Ladies,

  I was wondering the best way to apply powder bronzer. I've used bronzing gel in the past and want to try powder bronzer. Do you apply it all over the face? Since it is winter I don't want to look too tan!

Ruela

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Thanks, I will try it!

priscillaang

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I find that applying a powder bronzer with a natural bristle brush gives a nice look. I normally apply my bronzer in a E motion: along the hollows of my cheeks, down my jaw line and above my temples. 

Ruela

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Awesome! This will definetly help me

lylysa

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:smileyhappy: Glad to hear it and glad to help!

lylysa

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I've got just the thing to help you!

 

http://community.sephora.com/t5/Makeup/experimenting-with-new-makeup-ideas/m-p/416325#M1078

 

A user in the forums asked about highlighting, contouring, bronzer/blush techniques and I put together a little visual guide with tips on techniques and applications to help!

 

One of my favorite starter kits for bronzers is Too Faced's French Riviera kit!

Too Faced - The Bronzed & The Beautiful - French Riviera Edition

http://www.sephora.com/the-bronzed-the-beautiful-french-riviera-edition-P281605?skuId=1322395

 

It comes with a matte bronzer (smells like chocolate, yum!), a dual shade bronzer with a satin finish, a bronzer/highligher duo (also can be mixed together to use as an all together bronzer or blush), and a beautiful, golden highlighter. It also comes with a bronzing foundation primer. The shades can even be used in a pinch as eye shadow!

 

Plus, the kit also comes with more bronzing techniques!
Too Faced - The Bronzed & The Beautiful - French Riviera Edition

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