The selection process begins by selecting the best bronzer for your skin type, which can sometimes be the result of experimentation. Generally speaking, if you have normal, oily or combination skin, compact powdery bronzers can be more suited to the needs of the skin. Whether your skin tends to go dry or dehydrated, consider cream or liquid bronzers. Regardless of your skin type, it is necessary to feed the skin well and hydrate it, after that every single makeup product with melt into skin and look better.
Bronzers can be matte or glowy. Do not forget that summer time is the right time to experiment, but also use some of the finer products that will attract the sun rays and give an added dimension to the face.
Cool skin undertone bronzer tip: If your skin has a cool undertone, pink or beige, choose a cool-toned bronzer that leans the taupe shades. For the neutral skin tone, use more neutral undertones, but even those that contain a little red in them. Warm skin tones can look too orange or red, so try to find more bronze-gold undertones.
Then you will choose a bronzer based on how much dark or light your skin is. Those with light and mid skin tones can choose a bronzer that is about 2 or 3 shades darker than the skin tone.
Those with darker skin, however, may have problems finding the right color that will be visible on the skin, but there is a solution in choosing bronzers with a little gloss and shine or a red undertone that can give warmth to the skin.
Bronzer for bright skin tones: gently bronzing natural pink, alabaster skin - reach for warm beige and honey bronze shades. You should avoid excessively yellow or brown tones.
Bronzer for mid-tone skin: Mid-tone skin should take into account amber and gold tones to balance the tone of the skin and add a youthful glow.
Olive Skin Bronzer: Those with olive skin tones already have a natural color, so choosing a neutral bronzer is your best choice.
Bronzer for dark skin tones: darker beauties can choose sweet cocoa and chocolate bronzer tones, giving preference to warm, golden brown instead of neutral.
Photography: Franjo Matković