Skin was kept balmy and bronzed with stay all day 10-in-1 beauty balms, with the bronzing balm applied just down the bridge of the nose and across the cheeks first to lift color. Sarah then used convertible color dual lip & cheek cream in poppy over the same areas to lift, pull up and build the models’ natural color. The effect was a soft windburned look that gave off a rougey flush.
A brow pen was used to fill in and boost brows with hair-like strokes, while brow gel set and polished the hairs. A sheer champagne eyeshadow was chosen for the lids, with a swirl of the always-versatile baked cheek color in the crease. Smudge stick eyeliner in taupe took away redness underneath the lower lashline, adding contour and structure without a hard ‘liner’ look. Finally, with lip crush in yumberry—a pink that looks great on any skintone—topped off with a dusting of (and another way to use) baked cheek color, the look was complete.