- Bronzer in a Matt neutral toned shade a few shades darker than your natural skin tone. This should be swept around the hairline, temples, under the cheekbones, either side of your nose and under your jawline. This will bring a healthy glow to your complexion and create chiseled features. But remember to blend well otherwise it you could look like you have a dirty face.
- Blusher is something I don't use often but love to switch up my look with. Just gently sweep your favourite shade on the apple's of your cheeks whilst smiling, this can be shimmery to bring a glow to your cheeks or just a bright pop of colour that say compliments your lipstick.
- Highlighter is by far my favourite finishing product as I love to add glitter to my cheekbones, grow bones, bridge of my nose and Cupid's bow. I fell like this is the thing that makes me really glow and look skinnier in the face.
- Most of the time I want my make to last all day so I use a setting spray to set my make up as I don't usually re apply throughout the day. I just use the MUA one from Superdrug that costs about £5 but worth it.
Monday, 1 February 2016
Mini Make Up Tips Monday; The Finishing Touches
So once you have done your base and eyes you need to finish off your make up look. I usually use a whole range of products to take my make up to the next level. My top tips include;