How to apply your bronzer in right way.
Bronzer is meant to create an illusion that you are tanner than you actually are and to give impression that you have healthy glowing skin effect. Bronzing is different than contouring. When you’re contouring you’re adding depth and dimension by “pushing” features back (the hollows of your cheeks) or adding shadows to make features look smaller or slimmer (the jawline, the tip/sides of your nose maybe, your hairline). On the other hand, when you’re simply adding a healthy sunkissed glow, you focus on the features that would be hit by the sun (the cheekbones, the forehead, the bridge of your nose, the chin). Bronzer isn’t meant to be applied all over the face.
Here’s how and where you should apply your bronzer.
1. TOP OF THE CHEEKBONE
Swirl the brush in the bronzing powder and tap it against a counter to release the excess. Then apply it directly on top of the cheekbones where the sun would hit.
Continue across the forehead.
3. BRIDGE OF THE NOSE
Sweep the brush across the bridge of the nose.
Dust it lightly against the chin.
5. NECK AREA
Now the neck is an area that is mostly shaded from the sun, but it’s imperative that you apply bronzer there too to match your face.