HELLO GUYS!! This is probably my most requested post.. and I postponed it for wayyy too long. But I finally got around to do it. I am NOT a professional. I had my nails professionally done twice. and I figured if I had the right products and I practiced, I could start doing my own gel nails. Again, I am NOT a qualified nail technician. I am NOT a qualified teacher either. But I'm big at DIY stuff. and finding cheaper options.
So I practiced a lot and here is what I found worked best for me in 5 easy steps :
What would my perfect bronzer be like?? A little golden, matte,not overly pigmented, easily blendable, quite natural looking, and good enough to show up.
ELF's cool bronzer is something I love to use, but I have to use it differently than the ELF warm bronzer. I use the ELF studio Powder brush toapply this. I mix the four shades together blend it on my forehead and temples [to make my forehead look smaller],I contour my cheek and then I blend a little on y jawline for a little definition. I actually love how it contours.
There is no golden tone to it, so for me that's not so good. This will not suit most skin tones for sure. Fair to pale complexions – stay away. Light Medium skin tones – I would not risk it. Darker medium skintones [like me] can use this with a light hand and more effort in blending. Darker skin tones can definitely use this shade.
This bronzer is on the cool side, hence the name duh haha. But I don't fall under the cool complexions.. …