While it may seem that a week at the beach gives us an even, all-over glow, recreating that look takes a bit more strategy than you may think. There are certain places that bronzer should and shouldn't go, so listen up before you go and coat your face in the stuff.
"Bronzer should be applied before blush where the sun naturally hits your face: the tops of your cheekbones, tip of your chin, bridge of your nose, and on your forehead at the temples and the hairline," Fashion Week makeup artist Laura Mercier told BellaSugar.com.
Otherwise, you may end up looking like you chose a foundation that's a few shades too dark for your skin tone. Also remember that less is more when it comes to this – you only need a little to revive your complexion in a way that's not overly obvious.
If you're searching for a product that's designed to give you a more natural-looking glow, look for a compact that combines pink and bronze tones. Too Faced Pink Leopard Bronzer and POP Beauty Double Duty Bronzer come with everything you need to get you beach-ready.