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Fake it till you make it
No more horror stories of sunburn gone wrong! Applied
correctly, tanning lotion can be a great way to bring some color to your
complexion without frying your skin. Find the shade that works best to enhance
your natural skin tone, read the directions on the back of the product, apply and—voila!—you
have beautiful bronzed skin. If you like your skin without added color, no
prob, just skip the tanner and go to step 2.
L'Oreal Sublime Bronze Tinted Self-Tanning Lotion, $8, riteaid.com
Tarte Brazilliance Skin Rejuvenating Maracuja Face And Body Self Tanner, $39, sephora.com
Neutrogena MicroMist Airbrush Sunless Tan, $10, target.com
Step 2: Contour, contour, contour
Bring out your natural glow with
artfully placed bronzer. Using your favorite blush brush, lightly apply the
powder to the outside edges of your face and underneath your jawline. Next,
suck in your lips like a fish (trust us here!) and dust it in the hollows of
your cheeks to bring out your cheekbones.
NARS Bronzing, Casino, $38, beauty.com
Sonia Kashuk Shimmering Loose Mineral Bronzer, $9, target.com
Highlight your best features
Now we get to the real glowing part: the
highlighter. Dust or rub the shimmery stuff over your cheekbones, the bridge of
your nose and the tip of your chin to get that dewy look. Be sure to blend it
in well so it appears all natural.
Add some shimmer
Finally, shimmering eye shadow acts like the icing
on the cake. Pick a shade much lighter than your skin tone and place it carefully
in the inner corners of your eyes and just under the arch of your eyebrow. Not
only will this make you look more awake, but it will also really give the
glowing effect you’re looking for—just in time for summer.
Infinite Shadow Stick Silk, $9, necessaryclothing.com
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