A Description of Bronzers & Lotions

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Bronzers and lotions are typically designed to serve very specific purposes and in turn might not be good for all people. Get a description of bronzers and lotions with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to give you a little bit of descriptions of bronzers and lotions. So bronzer and lotion are two very important skin things that pretty much every woman wants. It's something that they want in their makeup kit. And sometimes we just don't know the best lotion that's going to help us out. Embryolisse is great. It's very good for makeup. You can wear it underneath your bronzer. So that's what I'm going to show you today is how we're going to put on our lotion so our bronzer actually stays in place. Lotion is best applied with fingers or a sponge. Not really a brush. And the thing is we want to moisturize our face but we only want to do it in little snippets, because if we overload the face with moisture, the bronzer is not going to read right. So really what we're doing is just dusting it over these areas. Once we have our moisturizer and our lotion on our face, we are going to go in with our bronzer and so bronzer's purpose is to A contour, and to B to give like a healthy glow to our skin. So what we're going to do with that in the combination of bronzer and highlighting and blush, those are the three things that will give you the healthy glow. But we're strictly sticking to bronzer at the moment. And just going to dust in where the hollows of the face are. It's a brown color which is what we're looking for. And it's really just going to accentuate the hollows of the face which is also a little trick to thin it out. Temples are great to accentuate too. And best applied with a pretty flimsy brush. It's not something that we're sculpting literally, we're just enhancing. And we want it to be seamless. Always go on the jawline as well. A little bit goes a long way, too, so feel free to start out with just a little bit. So now she's contoured. She's starting to glow and moisturize with the lotion. And we're starting to get a really great look going on. It's a good base for whatever look you want to create from it. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just gave you a description on bronzers and lotions.


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