Fake tan is all you need for perfect facial contours – here’s how to do it without messing around
For many beauty fans, contouring is an essential part of their makeup routine.
But for those who want to save time, there is a little trick that will help you get the perfect face contour using fake tan.
A beauty expert named Em shared Her way to achieve a contoured look with a self-tanner in TikTok has been viewed an incredible 3.5 million times.
She starts by spritzing a couple of foaming sprays onto a fluffy makeup brush, specifically the contour brush.
She then smoothed the product up along her cheekbones and near the hairline and used a round brush to blend.
Similarly, I apply more homemade tanning cream to my jawline using a fine bristle brush then blend with the same round brush as before.
Next, the makeup artist contoured her nose with a small eyeshadow brush dipped in the tanning machine.
And finally, she applies color to the creases of her eyes and above the cupid’s lips, and she leaves a flawless look.
In the comments, she makes it clear that you should let the tan develop overnight then wash it off in the morning.
In one next video, She revealed what her tan looks like in the morning and after her skincare routine.
The perfect self-tanning cream allows her to completely skip the contouring step of her makeup routine.
Some people were impressed with the results, as one user wrote: “I was worried it would be too harsh but this tanning machine doesn’t look bad at all.”
Another added: “You look like you spent all day at the beach wow looks amazing. I’ll try it,” while another commented, “Yup, going to have to try this. You just confirm that for me.”
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