This sun kissed makeup look will get you in the summer spirit

When the weather starts to warm up, it can seem like a good time to up the ante with your makeup. But summer weather comes with a whole range of different beauty concerns. You want a look that feels comfortable and lightweight, but can last through a heightened temperature. On top of this, you want to look more sun kissed and glowing than ever.
Needless to say, updating your makeup routine for summer can seem stressful. But often it's simply a matter of choosing the right products and application techniques. No huge overhaul is needed, and just a few tweaks can take you from ice queen to glowing goddess.
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Materials
- Facial moisturizer (Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream)
- Illuminating primer (Smashbox Photo Finish Radiance Primer)
- Liquid concealer (Maybelline Fit Me Concealer)
- Eyebrow gel (NYX Tame & Frame Tinted Brow Pomade)
- Angled brush
- Spoolie
- Black mascara (Maybelline Volum' Express The Colossal Mascara)
- Matte bronzer (Too Faced Natural Face Palette in Sunny Honey)
- Fluffy face brush
- Warm pink blusher (Too Faced Natural Face Palette in Pink Wink)
- Clear lip balm (Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Organic Lip Balm)
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Instructions
1. Apply moisturizer over your entire face. This will help keep skin looking fresh and plump, while helping makeup adhere better.
2. Apply an illuminating primer across your face, focusing especially on the high points.
3. Use a liquid concealer underneath the eyes and around the nose to cover up any discoloration. Tap in with a finger for a natural finish.
4. Using the same concealer, spot conceal any blemishes, and tap with a finger to blend.
5. Take an eyebrow pomade close to your natural shade on an angled brush and use to fill in any sparse areas in your brows. Brush through with a spoolie for a softer look.
6. Apply black mascara to your top and bottom eyelashes.
7. Take a matte bronzer on a fluffy face brush and apply in the contours of the cheekbones, for a natural but sculpted effect.
8. Using the same blush, softly apply a warm toned pink blusher onto the apples of the cheeks.
9. Apply a clear lip balm to ensure lips look nourished with a slightly sheen.
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