Bronze Glow Makeup Tutorial

The most noticeable way to add warmth to your look is to get that bronzed complexion. Warm up the cheeks with a bronzer. Your bronzer should be a couple shades deeper than your natural complexion. Apply the color just below where you would normally apply blush, but just above where you would contour your cheekbones. The key is to blend the color outward for a seamless, sunkissed effect. For a cohesive look, take the color down along the lower jawline and add a touch to the hairline.

Keep the look warm with a neutral blush. Apply to the apples of the cheeks with a blush brush, fusing with the bronzer. If you apply too much color, a cream formula is very forgiving, so blend it out!

Highlighters come in a variety of shades, from pearly pink to champagne, so pick an option that will keep the look warm. Highlight with a gold shade using a flat, tapered brush on the high points of face. For subtle shimmer, only apply to the tops of the cheekbones. For a more intense highlight, also apply down the center of the nose, forehead, chin and cupid’s bow.


Try a muted copper shadow and apply with your favorite eye contour brush. Be sure to soften the edges and blend the color through the crease. Take it to the next level and bring color down to the lower lashline with a smaller brush.

Finish off the eyes with a single coat of Volumizing Mascara on the upper and lower lashes. If you’re enjoying a day in the hot, summer sun, try Water Resistant Mascara instead for melt proof makeup.


Pick a mid-tone pink that’s slightly deeper than your actual lip color. A matte lip will give you longwear staying power and major color saturation. Layer a peachy gloss with gold shimmer, over top. The combination of pink and gold create a soft, rose gold lip that you’re going to want to wear year round.