Tips for Choosing a Bronzer Based on Skin Tone
Windowofworld.com – Maybe there are still many who think that bronzer is only suitable for certain skin tones. In fact, bronzer can be used in various skin tones, as long as you find the right formula and shade.
Of course, the bronzer color for light skin is different from that for dark skin. Choosing the right bronzer will look prominent and natural on the face. Reporting from the Birch Box, here are tips for choosing a bronzer based on skin tone, according to makeup artist Alex LaMarsh.
Tips for choosing a bronzer
Recognizing skin tones is important to determine the appropriate color of makeup. With the right color, the make-up will look even more perfect.
Bronzer for light skin
For light skin, don’t go for bronzer with a deep brown color. Choose a light brown and pink color combination. Choosing a light color is intended so that the bronzer does not look “harsh” and looks natural on the face.
Bronzer for olive skin tone
Olive skin tones go great with warm colored bronzers like yellow or gold. The warm hue of the bronzer will accentuate your skin tone even more. For brighter and brighter results, use a blush with a subtle peach color.
Bronzer for medium skin tones
Choosing a bronzer in a light color will not suit medium skin tones. So, look for a shade that’s also medium to suit it more.
Matte bronzer can also be an option, although according to LaMarsh, applying a matte bronzer requires more effort to make it look smooth and even.
Bronzer for medium deep skin tones
Powder can make dark skin look dull and pale, so choosing a bronzer shade is very important to determine the final look of your makeup. Choose a bronzer with a very subtle sheen so that facial skin looks radiant. Add a blush with a light reddish tint for a natural blush.
Bronzer for deep skin tones
With darker skin tones, you’ll want a bronzer that adds a warm, radiant hue. Try a bronzer with a subtle sheen and warm shade. LaMarsh recommends applying bronzer after BB cream or foundation to retain moisture.