How To Apply A Matte Bronzer
How To Apply A Matte Bronzer
In this VideoJug film, makeup artist Myriam Djellouli demonstrates how to skilfully apply a matte bronzer. Learn from a professional how to use different makeup brushes to create lots of different stylish looks.
Hi, I'm Myriam. I'm a makeup artist and today, I'm going to show you lots of different looks on how to apply different eye shadows, different coloured eye shadows, creating classic looks but also some wild looks to go out. Hi.
I'm now going to show you how to apply your matte bronzer. To apply a bronzer, you can choose from different types of brushes. If you choose a very nice, soft, large brush, you're not going to put too much on.
So, if you're not too sure of yourself or if you want to create a very natural look, I would use a brush like this, so very, very soft. However, if you're very used to wearing bronzer and you are very confident and you like quite a strong look, you can use a brush like this because you will pick up more pigment. This brush is harder to use.
So first of all, we are going to start with the soft brush, very soft, very natural. With your bronzer, you can just apply it very freely. I'll start with the forehead so then you can see how much there is.
Always go very soft, very gently. Don't put too much on, okay, and then you can go on the cheeks and go onto the neck as well. But try to do it very naturally.
So, blend it so you don't want any harsh line with your bronzer. And you don't want to look orange, that's the last thing you want to do. You want to look naturally bronzed.
So with that brush, it's great because it's very natural, very easy to apply. I'm going to do the other side for you with this brush. And if you use this brush, you are going to have a lot more on the brush, as you can see.
So, always dab it on your hand first. That will avoid any accidents. And when you work on the skin, you are going to work with little circular movements, so you take your bronzer and with little circular movements, with this one, what I would do is more concentrated on the cheekbones.
Because if you put too much on the cheekbones, it will look very natural because it's going to be like your blusher, really. So, you don't always need to wear blusher when you use a bronzer. And then, what I would do is not put too much here but just go on the jaw line and naturally blend it onto the neck, okay.
All the way down until it looks natural. So, no harsh line on the neck so that your neck looks tan as well and not just white compared to your face that's going to be a little bit more tan. So, all the way down.
If you really need to, if you're wearing something quite low cut, then take your natural, you know, the brush that is softer and go all the way with your brush onto the décolleté here. Okay, so that would be how to apply your bronzer. You would finish with the nose and the chin.
Okay. So, I gave you two examples of how to use your blusher- one with your soft brush where you can go all over the face, and one with your harder brush where you can concentrate more on the cheekbones and just the neck and the jaw line. And my model looks tan, a very natural tan.
She doesn't look orange because also, we've chosen a very natural colour. So, I hope you enjoyed all the different looks we created for you. If you want any more details, you can always go on my website. .