DO boost radiance by blending golden highlighter along the bridge of your nose, across your brow bone and above your cheekbones.
FLARE pick: Benefit Sun Beam, $30, sephora.com
DON'T use anything with too much white shimmer. "It will make you
look like you're sick because it doesn't appear natural,"; explains the
DO use bronzing powder to warm up the edges of your face where the sun would naturally hit (think: temples and cheekbones).
FLARE pick: Clinique Superbalanced Powder Bronzer, $42, sephora.com.
DON'T darken recessed areas such as the hollows of your eyes or along laugh lines. "It'll add 10 years to your face,"; warns Scott Barnes, the celebrity makeup artist who created the original J.Lo glow.
DO build a head-to-toe bronze (without the need to suffer from damaging UV rays) with a tinted body moisturizer.
FLARE pick: Scott Barnes Body Bling Platinum Moisturizing Shimmering Body Lotion, $45, ebeauty.ca
DON'T overdo it. "It's not about being uber-tanned,"; says Barnes. "It's about looking healthy and glowing.";
DO pair a bronzed look with full lashes and light, glossy lips.
FLARE picks: L'Oreal Voluminous Power 24H Mascara, $12, at Shopper's Drug Mart. Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss in Pink Sunset, $27, nordstrom.com.
DON'T go all-out with dark skin, bold brows and red lips. "It's too much saturation on every level,"; says the makeup master. "You have to lay off somewhere.";
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