Pale and Perfect Winter Tan

How to get a perfect winter tan

I wanted to do a bit of a perky-skin tan video this week, what with all the snow here in the UK. It’s easy to feel pasty and pale and sometimes nice to look a little sunkissed even if summer is ridiculously far away.

I have a little colour on my face to begin with as I’ve been in Florida, but I don’t really ever put my face into the sun for very long so there’s not too much natural bronze going on! I usually wear a large hat when I’m on holidays and then just warm my makeup tones up to even things out once I get home. I also use Sisley’s face tanner which is one of the best I’ve ever found, but I haven’t got that on here. Just my own natural face that’s been moisturised with some Institut Estherderm Aqua Diffusion Care Moisturiser. (Nice.)

This is a really very quick and easy makeup look – it just relies on everything being buffed together nicely and a good cream bronzer. Mine is the Chanel Bronzing Makeup Base – details below. Due to the bad behaviour of my website at the moment, the video has to be embedded at the bottom of the page. If you can’t see it, it’s probably because you’re reading this via email subscription, so use the link here to see the video!

Products Shown in the Video:

No7 Stay Perfect Foundation in “Deeply Ivory”:

Louise Young LY34 Brush:

Chanel Bronzing Makeup Base:

Dermablend, Shade 13:

Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in Rose Gold: this is a Travel Retail exclusive so you can get it in Duty Free at airports. If you want to have a look at the standard range then they are here;

Daniel Sandler Bronzer Brush:

Estee Lauder Shadow Paint in “Chained”:

Guerlain Maxi-Lash Mascara:

Brush from the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette

NEW C-Id Gloss in Pina Colada:

Nail Polish is Chanel Emprise from the Spring Collection:

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