Under the Sun: Sun-Kissed Makeup

With this look, you can give yourself a nice, natural glow perfect for summer.


  1. As always, start of with a clean and moisturized face. Apply face primer and lip balm.
  2. Apply a tinted moisturizer or spot conceal. The less coverage, the better. Also conceal undereye circles.
  3. Lightly set the makeup with a loose translucent, powder.
  4. Take a shimmery highlighter and lightly apply to the tops of your cheeks, your forehead, and your chin. You can also highlight the nose bridge if you want.
  5. Take a bronzer-make sure it's not too dark for you, the point is a natural tan-and apply to the hollows of your cheeks, Buff it in and really blend it into your skin. You want to contour, not over-bronze.
  6. Then apply the bronzer to your temples, if you want. Apply some across your nose ande cheeks, place where the sun naturally hits your face. Don't apply a lot, just enough to get that sun-kissed look.
  7. Optionally, you can apply a peach blush.


  1. Make sure your eyes are clean of any makeup. Apply a primer all over the lids.
  2. Apply a sparkly cream shadow that matches your skin color. If you have tan or dark skin, you can apply a gold shadow, just make sure it blends in well with your skin.
  3. Line the tightline (upper waterline) with a dark brown pencil.
  4. Take the brown liner liner the outer third of your lower lashline with a thin line. Smudge the color into your lashline to blend.
  5. Taking a bright color a few shades lighter then your skincolor, highlight the inner corner of your you. Bring the color across the lower lashline until it meet the brown liner.

Apply a dark brown mascara. Black is fine, too. Add falsies if you want.


  1. Make sure your lip balm has been absorbed.
  2. Apply a lip color somewhat darker than your lips.
  3. Apply a pink gloss over that. This gives your lips a "pink-nude" look.
  4. You can skip the lip color or just go with your favorite color if you want.

That's it! Tell me what you think! Leave any questions or comments, and if you try this look, tell me how it goes!

Hope you enjoy!

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