Perfect your beach makeup
Let's face it, going to the beach, pool or lake is a common joy among teenagers out on summer break. Not only can you cool off and show off your new bathing suit, but you can also work on your summer glow. Toning down your cosmetics is a must in the summer, but that doesn't mean you can't enhance your newly tanned skin. Instead, you simply need to pick the right products and colors. Glamour Magazine recently broke down model Daniela Pestova's gorgeous beach vibe makeup and you should definitely add it to your line up.
To warm up your natural tan, start by applying sun-kissed bronzer that has bits of golden flakes mixed in. Products like this will give you that added glow when the sun reflects off your face.
Elle Girl Magazine suggests ladies apply their bronzer with thick makeup brushes to evenly apply the product to all the spots the sun naturally hits.
According to Glamour Magazine, for summer, keep your eyes natural. Pestova made her eyes look brighter using a bronze and gold-toned eyeshadow on her lower lids. This subtle pop of shimmer really puts the attention on her baby blues. Apply the same color on your upper lids up to the crease line and apply tons of eyelash elongating mascara to open your eyes up even more.
InStyle Magazine reports leading ladies like Rihanna, Amber Heard and Kate Mara have been seen rocking gold eyeshadow as of late. The fashion experts report this hue "warms up all skin tones and can be worn in a variety of ways."
To finish off your beachy-keen cosmetics, go for a fun lip gloss with sparkle and a touch of color. This may seem like an overkill of shimmer, but Glamour Magazine reports a peach lip color with a bit of gold sparkle actually gives off a sassy shine.
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