Using A Deep Foundation Shade As Cream Bronzer
Apply your primer of choice. *A luminous one for a dewy look or if you have dry skin & a mattifing one if you have more of an oily complexion.
Starting with concealer today applied on the typical areas you’d add concealer & on any blemishes you’d like to conceal.
If you’ve recently bought the wrong foundation shade online, this ones for you lol. Apply that foundation that’s too deep for you as a cream bronzer!
After applying it below your cheekbones, where you’d feel a dip, blend upwards using a contour brush instead of downwards to not drag your face down.
Applying my makeup in layers, I’m next applying my foundation overtop the “cream bronzer.” Dabbing instead of buffing overtop it to not disturb it.
Next, with my fingers, I’m applying this Swift lipstick from Elate as cream blush then blending it in with a stippling brush.
Refresh & blend away any creases that may have happened right before setting any areas with powder.
Optionally, if you’d feel more comfortable setting your cream products w/ powder, you can set your cream bronzer w/ your powder bronzer.
Same goes for ur blush. My lipstick didn’t like being set so it didn’t work as well for me today & my powder blush really stuck on to my “cream blush”
W/ an extra blushy look now, I’m applying highlight. But hey! this works for zoom calls since they tend to wash u out. To tone it down u can powder.
Lastly, I’m applying the lipstick I used on my checks, on my lips, tying the look together (:
The finished look. Thank you so much for watching, I appreciate you!
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Milani Conceal + Perfect Foundation + Concealer
Uoma Beauty Stay Woke Concealer “Fair Lady 11”
Elate Cosmetics Swift Lipstick
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