Get Glowing with Bronzer and Blush Duos

Posted on May 02, 2012 by terresa | 0 Comments

Here in the Alima office, we're ready for summer.  It has been a long, rainy winter, but we have had a few days of beautiful weather to whet our appetites and show us what we're missing.  This has led us all to get pedicures, do a little summer shopping and start planning how we will be creating our faux glows (because none of us really want to tan our faces).  So, we sat down and figured out what blush goes just right with what bronzer to create the perfect "I just came in from the beach" look.  Here are the bronzer and blush duos currently inspiring us.

More Sun from Maracaibo

more sun from maracaiboFor the fairest of the fair-skinned, try More Sun from Maracaibo. If you have avoided bronzers because they look dark and orange, or even dirty on your fair skin, Maracaibo is the bronzer  you always thought didn't exist. Alima Pure believes everyone, no matter how fair-skinned, deserves to be able to fake a sun-kissed glow, and Maracaibo goes beautifully with Luminous Shimmer Blush in Freja.

Aloha from Mauna Loa

aloha from mauna loaIf you have light skin, you might appreciate Aloha from Mauna Loa.  Mauna Loa gives you a hint of matte warmth that never looks orange, and Leigh Luminous Shimmer Blush adds a pop of pure pink and a whisper of subtle shimmer to the apples of the cheeks. Who's ready for dinner on the lanai? You are.

Tropical Glow from Trinidad

tropical glow from trinidadFor deeper skin tones, Tropical Glow from Trinidad is your perfect summer pairing.  Bronzer isn't just for fair skin!  The deep, matte bronze of Trinidad gives you the hue you can normally only accomplish with a week in the tropics.  Then, Sospiro Luminous Shimmer Blush brings a lively flush to the cheek, so you look like you just came in from the surf!

Beachside in Belize

beachside in belizeIf you prefer a shimmer bronzer, we've still got you covered.  Light- to medium-toned skins will do best with Beachside in Belize, a combination of our subtly shimmery Belize Bronzer and our cool, pink Satin Matte Blush in Raspberry.  This duo is perfect for dancing barefoot on the beach after sunset...or for just looking like you could.

Seaside in Seychelles

seaside in seychellesMedium- to deep-toned skins will appreciate the depth of Seaside in Seychelles, an unbeatable combination of shimmer Bronzer Seychelles and Satin Matte Blush in Geranium.  Subtle shimmer makes Seychelles resemble a fresh tan by candle light; while Geranium provides the pop of pink that normally occurs when someone remarks on your gorgeous tan.

To wear these duos, start with your bronzer and brush.  We recommend our #23 Kitten Brush if you want the most subtle and natural glow, but you can also use the #21 Buff Brush or #17 Blush Brush.  Apply your bronzer where the sun would hit your face; the cheekbones, forehead and along the jaw.  Finish with a touch down the bridge of your nose.  Then apply your blush just to the apples of the cheeks.  (Can't find your cheek apples?  Smile!  There they are!)  Now you look like you have been outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine, even if you really have been sitting at your desk all day.

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