How to get the after holiday bronzed makeup look?

bronzed holiday makeup look
bronzed holiday makeup look

Having just gotten back from my holiday in Turkey all my foundations seem to be paler than my now tanned (whoop) skin tone. One of my favourite ways around this is to use bronzer to create an after holiday bronzed look. Today I am going to share with you my makeup routine on how to do this, for you.

I start by using my favourite base of all time at the moment, the Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue. Being a lighter base this one is also less noticeable than any of my other bases, as to being a bit too light for me currently.

I then go about my usual eyebrow routine, using the Collection Eye Brow Definer to define my brows, and the Essence Lash & Brow Gel to set them.

Next I use my trusty Soap & Glory Kick Ass Blur and Brighten concealer to conceal my black bags under my eyes.

Following this I start on eyeshadow. I have been using the Clinique Eyeshadow Quad, particularly the bottom two darker shades. I use the bottom left shadow as a base on my lids, and the bottom right shadow to add some definition into the crease. I follow this up with the L'Oreal False Lash Flutter Mascara to create lengthy, volumised lashes.

Having completed my eyes I then use the MUA Pro-base Conceal and Prime Powder to set my base. 

The Clinique Chubby Sculpting Contour Stick comes next - I use this under my cheekbones, along my jaw line, and towards the top corners of my face. I blend this in, then add The Body Shop Baked-to-Last Bronzer in 01 to the apples of my cheeks, softly blending against my contoured cheek bones.

To finish the bronzed look my favourite lipstick to apply has been the Makeup Revolution Lip Lava in Forgiven, a neutral brown shade.

And that is how to achieve a gorgeous holiday bronzed makeup look. What beauty items do you use to create an after holiday bronzed look? Is there any products you recommend for a bronzed makeup look?


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