I'm naturally quite pale, so I've got to admit that most of my foundations are a little too light for me, therefore I've been relying on a variety of bronzers to warm up my complexion a little bit. The Glossier Dusk Cloud Paint is beautiful when applied all over the cheeks to compliment my Becca Sunlit Bronzer* and Charlotte Tilbury Contour Wand duo. The latter is a cream formula which blends into the skin effortlessly; great if you're wearing no makeup or have just tanned your face.
If the Glossier pick isn't hitting the spot, the Benefit Gold Rush* blusher has been one I've reached for when I want a pop of natural colour to the cheeks. It's peachy in tone and looks great both when I'm pale and tanned too.
Golden highlighters have been a go-to of mine as they work so well with my tanned cheekbones and can be blended out or built up depending on the intensity you want. The Anastasia Beverly Hills Amrezy* offering is perfect as it's super-buttery, blends into the skin naturally and looks gorgeous in all lighting.
Normally when it's warm outside I don't wear much on my eyes, keeping it to a bare minimum, but I have a few products that I like to reach for when I want to spruce up a look. The Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen* in Rose Glow is a new addition, but one that looks amazing on date night. It's a brown, coppery colour that looks amazing along the lash line for a slightly smudged, golden look.
For lips, I either like to go for a bold pop of colour or a subtle sheen. The Charlotte Tilbury The Queen Lipstick* is a bright pink option that looks amazing on tanned skin and I can see myself wearing this throughout the rest of Spring and all through Summer with minimal makeup and floaty evening dresses. The Pixi Cake Lip Icing* is the one I go for when I want a subtle finish as it goes over any nude lipstick for a healthy, plump look or on it's own for an everyday shimmer.
What are your tanned makeup favourites?
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