For bronzing and warming up your complexion begin by dusting the powder to areas of the face where the sun naturally hits like the cheekbones, the forehead, the bridge of your nose, and your chin.
Remember bronzing is different than contouring!
When bronzing you are adding warmth.
When you’re contouring you’re adding depth or dimension by “pushing” features back (say the hollows of your cheeks) or adding shadows to make features look smaller or slimmer.
Popular areas for contouring include the jawline, the tip and sides of your nose maybe and even your hairline.
Our Cream Illuminator can help you achieve an easy contour and highlight the areas you want to bring forward or make more prominent like your cheekbones, the inner corners of your eyes, your brow bone, your cupid's bow and the center of your forehead and chin.
Apply with your fingertips or a brush in a dabbing/stippling motion on the areas you wish to highlight, and blend out in a circular motion for a natural-looking radiance
Build intensity in layers to achieve desired glow.
Use in combination with our bronzer if you desire a contoured look.
Swirl your brush into the pot to gather desired color. Gently tap off any excess pigment.
Dust on a light coat of blush with a soft brush like our Kabuki starting light and build to desired intensity.
Apply the blush onto the apple of your cheeks and blend the color along your cheekbone.
Apply no lower than your nostril and no closer to your nose than your pupil for the most natural look.
Essential Eye Palette
Shimmer shades are perfect for highlighting. Apply to the inner corner of your eyes and the middle of your lids to make your eyes brighter!
Matte shades are perfect to darken up any eye look, or use as a blending shade. They are multi-purpose, so go ahead and fill in your brows and line your eyes!
Use the angled side of the brush to fill in your brows and line your eyes, and the fluffy end to blend out any harsh edges
For a easy look, apply a wash of a single color of your choice all over the lid. Make sure to not go too far above your crease!
Dawn to Dusk Palette
For a natural day time look, apply a wash of color of your choice all over the lids and line your eyes with the brown or navy shade for definition.
Go from a day look to night look with ease with this palette. Intensify any day time look by adding the brown or navy on the outer v of your eyes to create a smokey eye.
Use the angled side of the brush to pack on color, and fluffy end to blend out any harsh edges.