The look: Natural with a touch of gold, so your face doesn’t look too bare
or washed out, says makeup artist Alex T. 

Getting it right: The idea is to warm the complexion. No megawatt highlighters or heavy use of sculpting powder a la Instagram makeup.  

Go for: Matte or slightly shimmery bronze. Alex says to use a soft, fluffy brush (not a densely packed one), which makes blending easier as it doesn’t deposit too
much product.

The HW pick: Chanel’s new Duo Bronze et Lumiere palette, which has a matte bronzer and a pearlescent highlighting powder. Dust the bronzer onto cheeks, forehead and nose, then blend out at the edges with the highlighter. Or mix bronzer and highlighter together and apply lightly over the face for a sun-kissed glow.

 

Give your sun-kissed glow extra wattage with these editor-approved highlighters

 

Photography Joel Low 

Art Direction Sherli Chong

Beauty Direction Melissa Chew

Styling Daryll Alexius Yeo 

Hair Junz Loke

Makeup Alex T 

Model Tereza S/Ave

 

This story first appeared in the June 2019 issue of Her World magazine.

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