Burnished Bronze Glow
This lightly smoky bronzed look is a lovely option for summer using golden sunkissed tones. Professional make-up artist Amy Goode shows us how it's done, using a combination of primer, concealer and powder instead of foundation to create a light, glowing finish.
Using the same Buffing Brush, Amy applies this creamy bronzing mousse to her contours for a naturally sculpted and tanned effect.
Choosing a creamy bronzer instead of a powder bronzer will make the skin look smoother, more flawless and more dewy. It's also a great choice over high factor SPF which can look very shiny, because it mattes down the skin and corrects the white-ish tinge.
Of course you only want glow in certain places! Too much glow on your nose, chin and forehead can look "hot and bothered".
So flex the finish according to your skin type with light and translucent Silk Touch. "Gold" subtly adds golden tones without altering the overall look.