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Has your powder cracked a little? Mix some of the crumbled pieces with a couple of drops of facial oil to make your very own liquid bronzer.

Change the way your bronzer looks by switching up your make-up brushes. A big fluffy brush will give you a softened effect, while a smaller brush will give you a more concentrated contour.

If you're using a powder bronzer, use a small fluffy eyeshadow brush to blend some of it onto the creases on your lids.

Powder bronzers are easy to over-apply, so make sure after each time you swirl your brush in it, you tap the excess powder off.

Bronzing fluids are the beauty buzzword of this summer, so don't be afraid to swap your tinted moisturiser in favour of one. Their dewy finish and coloured tint makes for a perfect day base.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 4, 2016
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