Peach skin tones look naturally sun-kissed when the right shade of bronzer is used. Create the best bronzed look with the help of a certified makeup artist in this free video.
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Hello, my name is Kami, and I'm a professional makeup artist and today we're going to show you how to choose bronzer for peach tone skin. In order to achieve this look you're going to need a brush blush and also an eye shadow blender and of course, your bronzer. For the first step push your hair back and start with your two fingers pressing down from your temple area down and you'll start feeling your cheekbone and when you find the ridge, that little indentation, that's where you start. For peach tone skin, I recommend medium brown bronzer and I'll show you how to apply it. Go ahead and find your bone again. Get the powder on your brush, lightly tap so you don't have any excess fallout on your face, take your brush and start slowly applying a line right under the cheekbone. First start with a straight line to make sure your line is perfectly straight. You never want to go past the fold of your cheek. Start doing circular motions to help blend it into your blush and now for the second brush. Now with your second brush, the eye shadow blender, you're going to take it and we're going to blend the line. Start at the top of your cheekbone and first blend it into your blush and you'll start seeing the line disappear and go to the bottom and blend it into your foundation and see the line disappear. You want it to look like it's all cohesive and flowing. You don't want any lines. There you go and now that we're done with the cheekbones, we're going to move to the the temple area. You want to start right above your eyebrow but close to your hairline and lightly dab it on. Now take your second blending brush and start blending, small little circular motions again. The reason you're doing this is you just want to add color. You don't want to see any lines. You want it to look as natural as possible but still give you definition. There you go. The next step is your jawline, right here. You want to start back here by your ear, start with a straight line so you make sure you know where it is, long sweeping strokes. Once the line has been established, start pulling down in about one inch intervals. You never want to take the line past the indention of your chin, right here. Don't forget to blend it. In conclusion, my tip to you would be to always use your eye shadow blending brush to make sure you can blend it. If you use your blush brush, you'll just add more color. Thanks for watching.