How To Choose The Right Shade Of Bronzer Makeup For Your Face

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How To Choose The Right Shade Of Bronzer Makeup For Your Face

Any time of year, a decent bronzer should bring out your natural warmth and give a little shine to your face. It’s crucial to select the proper bronzer for your skin tone because the wrong one can make you look orange and ashy. Then, how to choose the right shade of bronzer? Today’s article will help you answer this question.

 

In this article:

  1. Why Should We Do Bronzer Makeup?
  2. Different Types of Bronzer You Must Know
  3. How to Choose the Right Bronzer Makeup
  4. How to Apply Bronzer Makeup Like a Pro

 

Guidelines to Master Bronzer Makeup

1. Why Should We Do Bronzer Makeup?

A highlighter helps attract attention to the light-catching spots on the face; contour provides shadows and dimension to your face after your foundation. Then, what will a bronzer do to your face?

Bronzer is a fantastic product for warming up your face, boasting a radiant finish to the skin. In other words, bronzer can be used to add a healthy shine to your complexion, even up your skin tone, and warm up your neck and chest.

 

2. Different Types of Bronzer You Must Know

 


Your skin type and makeup look will determine which bronzer is ideal for you. Bronzers are divided into three categories: cream, powder, and liquid. Matte products are more realistic and adaptable. Meanwhile, shimmery products work well as a highlighter.

  • Cream bronzer: This product is ideal for dry or normal skin types since its formula won’t leave any dry patches or flakes.
  • Powder bronzer: This works for all skin types but is especially good for combination or oily skin because it won’t slip or slide.
  • Liquid bronzer: This formula is great for dry skin or those who want a dewy, silky finish.

 

3. How to Choose the Right Bronzer Makeup

 

The tip is to choose a bronzer that is one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone. It would be best to have two bronzer shades in your makeup bag: one with a darker shade than your natural skin tone but still works on your neck and one brighter shade to brighten up your face.

Your skin tone can be classified into four categories: light, fair, medium, and dark. To create a natural-looking bronzer makeup, go for a shade that works well with your undertone. Various skin undertones are classified as follows:

  • Warm
  • Cool
  • Neutral

 

If you have warm undertones, you should go for golden, peachy, or yellow shades of bronzers. Those with cool undertones? Golden, peachy, or yellow shades are the best options. Meanwhile, a mixture of both warm and cool is what a neutral undertone is looking for.

 

4. How to Apply Bronzer Makeup Like a Pro

 

Use a big, fluffy brush to deposit it softly for applying bronzer. It won’t make your makeup look patchy or too concentrated in specific areas. Another tip is to hold the back of the brush to ensure you’re not putting too much product in one spot.

Next, put bronzer where the sun would naturally strike you, such as the hairline, sides of your forehead, tops of your cheeks, and bridge of the nose. It’s also a good idea to apply a small amount to your neck, which helps avoid creating a hard line between your face and neck.

When it comes to bronzer makeup, assess your skin tones first, then figure out which texture and shades of bronzers work best for your makeup. Are you ready to master bronzer makeup and look naturally tanned this summer? Hopefully, our guidelines will make your makeup easier and more accessible than ever.

 

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