Bronze the Right Way

Tis' the season of pale complexions.  It's time to embrace the cold, start layering your clothing and switch up your makeup routine, but that doesn't mean you still can't have a bronzed glow.

The trick to wearing bronzer in the fall and winter is making sure you get one that is one to two shades darker than your skin tone.  Many people make the mistake of wearing the same bronzer all year round, but since your skin tone is different in the summer months than the winter, it's important you change your bronzer accordingly.

I normally use MAC Bronzer in Golden, but realized it's time to go lighter and switched to the St. Tropez Bronzing Powder.  It has a subtle shimmer, and adds just enough color to my face to make me look like I have a healthy glow, not a fake tan.  For special events, I like to self tan and have been using the St. Tropez Radiance Mousse, because it's a little darker in color and the creamy consistency allows for a subtle sheen, enhancing the glow.

You can find St. Tropez products here.