bronzer highlighter

Bronzer vs. Highlighter: What’s the Difference and How to Use Them

– Adds warmth and dimension to the face
– Typically comes in shades of brown or terracotta
– Used to contour and define features like cheekbones, forehead, and jawline
– Apply with a fluffy brush in a three shape (forehead, cheekbones, jawline)
– Build up color gradually for a natural look

– Adds luminosity and glow to the face
– Comes in shades like champagne, gold, or pink
– Used to accentuate high points of the face like cheekbones, brow bone, and cupid’s bow
– Apply with a small brush or fingertip to areas where light naturally hits
– Blend well for a seamless finish

How to Use Them Together:
– Start with bronzer to define features and add warmth
– Apply highlighter on top of bronzer to enhance glow and luminosity
– Use a light hand and blend well to avoid harsh lines
– Consider your skin tone when choosing shades (warmer tones work well with bronzer, while cooler tones pair nicely with highlighter)
– Experiment with placement and intensity to find your perfect balance

Remember, makeup is all about personal preference and creativity, so don’t be afraid to play around with both bronzer and highlighter to find the look that works best for you. Have fun and embrace your natural beauty!

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