And kind of start at an angle. Just kind of swiping. Down and out. You can also tap it into if you want like a little more color payoff. I like to tap in around the hairline.
Should I use bronzer or highlighter?
Answer: The primary distinction between bronzer and highlighter is their purpose. Bronzer can give your face a sun-kissed appearance, whilst highlighter can give it a dewy or glowing look. A matte bronzer may also be used to contour the face by creating the illusion of shadows.
What is the rule for bronzer?
The golden rule for a golden glow is applying bronzer to the areas where the sun naturally hits your skin; cheeks, hairline, and temple. To add a little more definition, bronzer can be applied along your jaw bone too. Bronzer gives your cheeks and cheekbones beautiful definition and a lit-from-within glow.
Do you put highlighter and bronzer on before or after foundation?
As for powder highlighter and cream formulas, these are best applied after foundation to ensure your makeup looks even. (Don't forget to apply cream formulas before you set your foundation.)
How do you apply bronzer to a natural look?
Steps for applying bronzer “I like to put my foundation and concealer on first then use a big powder brush and apply lightly all over the face for a golden sun-kissed glow. Then I use a slim sculpted brush for contour under the cheek bones and bridge of the nose.”
Do you put bronzer or highlighter first?
Answer: Bronzer is applied first, followed by blush and highlighter. Bronzer should be applied just below the cheekbone, blush on the apples, and highlighter on the upper cheekbone.