Starting with a clean and moisturized face, I applied foundation to my entire face, blending in with a Beautyblender. Next, I added concealer to my under eye area, chin, around my nose and covering any blemishes or areas that needed extra coverage. I blended the concealer in, then set using a translucent powder.
After applying primer to my lids, I applied the medium brown/taupe shade in the eye contours trio in the Palette Rosette to my crease, blending up above the crease, using a shadow blending brush. Next, using a smaller shadow contouring brush, I applied the darker brown in the trip blending into my crease to create definition.
I used an angled contour brush to apply the bronzer to the hollows of cheekbones, temples and jawline. For this look, I didn’t want too much of a contour, just some slight definition and an all over warm glow, which this shade is perfect for. I then dabbed the blush shade to the apples of my cheeks, stroking back towards my ear and blending with the bronzer to give a soft wash of color. I then used the all-over glow as a highlight- applying to the middle of my cheeks above the blush and swiping back towards my hairline and up around to my temples.
While the shade is pretty, I would opt to use other products as highlighters as I don’t find this one to be milled or soft enough as a highlight and didn’t experience that ‘Oh my glow!’ type of moment. However, this powder does look gorgeous as a blush topper or if you want a more subtle, not-so-in-your-face highlight. If you’ve read my beauty posts before, you know I am PICKY with my highlighters.
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