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How to wear bronzer in the winter

 
Give your pale winter skin a warmer boost with these bronzer tips and tricks—no sun needed. If you use it the right way, you can give your face a healthy glow without looking orange or fake. People will be dying to know how you got your glow in the middle of winter! 
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    Try it: Pressed powder

    Pick a bronzer that is just right for your skin tone (not too dark if you’re fair) to lightly sculpt your face and add some dimension. Sweep bronzing powder on with a fluffy brush on your cheekbones, above your temples and across the bridge of your nose. This will help to give you a more angular face and a slightly warmer feel.

    Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer, $30, sephora.com

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    Try it: Liquids

    Liquid bronzers are amazing because they illuminate your skin and reflect the light for a dewy glow. Add a drop or two into your moisturizer or just dot it along cheeks and blend to enhance your complexion. Our number one tip: less is definitely more.

    Nars Illuminator in Laguna, $30, sephora.com

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    Try it: Bronzing pearls

    Bronzing pearls are tiny clusters of different colors (gold, brown, tan) together in one little container to mix into one shimmery shade without the mess of a mineral powder. Dip your fluffy powder brush in and swirl it around before gently sweeping it onto your face. Always start off with just a small amount and go back for more if you need it; it’s easier to add more than to take off a caked-on mess!

    Physicians Formula Bronze Booster Glow-Boosting Sun Stones, $15, ulta.com

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by Samantha Wilson | 2/1/2016
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