Although we’ve been in lockdown, we have been fortunate with the weather over the past few weeks to be able to spend some time outside in the sunshine. However, with the weather turning we’ve all had to retreat back inside again, so this week we are talking all about adding a radiant glow to our skin.

The last step in our Four Steps is Shade. This is all about adding a flush of healthy colour and a soft glow to our skin, and the best way to do this is with a touch of bronze. Pictures of poorly applied bronzer puts many women off using this product, but if you do it right it can help to create an extra healthy glow.

Our Radiance Glow Bronzing Veil is perfect to add a warm radiance to your face. Our super-fine, jet-milled powders deliver a weightless finish that won’t settle into fine lines or feel dry, enabling you to build silky-smooth colour to your desired depth. Whether worn on bare, moisturised skin or over foundation, the subtle red-brown tones instantly enhance your complexion, revealing natural warmth and healthy skin-true colour. Finish with a sweep of the ultra-flattering illuminating powder for multi-dimensional radiance.

  • Lightly sweep the darker shade in a figure of three on either side of the face.
  • Start at the forehead, move to the temple, in towards the cheek then back out along the jawline and under the chin. 
  • Blend to ensure uniformity of colour.
  • Smooth the illuminating shade over brow bones, cheekbones, down the bridge of your nose and on the Cupid’s bow.

Alternatively, our Perfect Bronze Glow-Plexion is an easy way to brighten skin. Wear on bare skin or mix with foundation or moisturiser. Alternatively, apply over makeup to cheekbones, top of forehead, temples and bridge of nose, and blend using fingertips or a brush.

Product News

Our I-Lift Longwear Liner in Pewter is now back in stock! The multipurpose, waterproof and ultra creamy formula hydrates as it highlights, shapes, defines and enhances – ensuring no smudges or caking.

 

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