What's the difference between a bronzer and a contour powder?
-- Bronzers are meant to add colour and warmth to your skin, on the high planes of your cheeks. These should be warm, and not taup-y.
Want to know my go-to bronzer? Keep reading :)
-- Contour powders on the other hand, are meant to sculpt, and alter the shape of your face by placing the product on the hollows. Should be about 3 shades deeper than your skin, in the same undertone, with a touch of grey.
For the past few weeks, I've been testing a new bronzer that was gifted to me. I prefer my bronzer to be matte, as my blush and highlighter have shimmer, and I rather not look like a glitter ball. I've fallen in love with the Charlotte Tilbury matte Airbrush Bronzer (shade: Tan). It's not too warm, and it's just right!
You all already know how much I love CT's Airbrush Flawless Powders because of their ability to blur imperfections. Well, the CT bronzer does the same, and makes the skin appear smooth! Also, it's massive in size which makes it well-priced at $4 per gram. I compared this to another popular bronzer, Fenty, which is $6.4 per gram.
When it comes to bronzing and contouring, I look at each client to determine which products suits them best. Whether I am contouring a bride, or bronzing them, I always make sure the color of the product is right for their skin tone.
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