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Bronzer is typically a powder or cream in a shade of brown that makes it look as natural as possible. When your skin looks a little dull, using bronzer is a great way to add an attractive, natural-looking glow to your face. Here are the tips from the makeup artist on how to apply bronzer the right way on all skin tones.

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The right shade

The first question you might have in your mind – which shade you should use. It is suggested to pick a shade that darker than what you naturally are because it can add warmth to your skin. Remember not to choose a shade that’s too dark. Otherwise, your complexion will look muddy and unnatural.

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The right brush

The best brush to use with both powder and cream bronzer is large and fluffy as it can fit around the curve of your cheekbone for a nice definition. To avoid getting so much product on the brush, you can use the sides of the brush to swipe on the product anyway, this trick distributes the bronzer more evenly all over your face.

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Set your face

Before applying bronzer, you should set your face first that helps create an even canvas to give you a subtle, natural and softer look for bronzer. After cleansing your face, you can apply a good moisturizer with sunscreen to protect your skin from the UVA rays. Then, apply concealer and foundation to prepare your face.

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Apply bronzer

After the setting powder is applied, you can put on your bronzer. Your bronzer should be applied in the shape of a “3” from the top to the bottom of your face on both sides. It helps to add dimension to the perimeter of the face, the jawline and the cheeks.

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