ow that you have the clothes figured out, what about the makeup? I found amazing tips from Memorial area makeup artist Tonya Riner. If her advice is good enough for Heidi Klum and Beyoncé, then I think I better start listening!
Lighten Up! Summer Makeup Tips “Making your skin appear healthy and radiant is the best place to start. Trade your foundation for a lightweight
tinted moisturizer or foundation serum. Keep in mind that a sunscreen with an SPF of no less than 30 should be worn under your makeup. Your foundation should be used sparingly and doesn’t provide enough protection.” Try: NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Diorskin Nude Air Serum
“Bronzers add a sun-kissed glow. Use them on the
areas of your face where the sun hits. Blend them around your hairline, the bridge of your nose, your cheekbones and chin. If you want a bit of contour, push the bronzer under your cheekbone for a chiseled look.
“Highlighters illuminate and enhance the contours of your face. Use them in the inner corners of your eyes, your brow bone and your Cupid’s bow.”
Try: Film Star Bronze and Glow by Charlotte Tilbury. Get Glowing in Goldrush by Beauty for Real
“There’s nothing fresher than a pop of color. Blush tones should only be used where you naturally blush. Smile and add to the apples of your cheeks.” Try: Susan Posnick ColorMe Blush in Camelia Dior Rosy Glow Awakening Blush
“Lip balms and tints are sheer. About Tonya Riner: From runway shows to photo shoots to private commissions, Tonya Riner has been doing makeup around the world for the past 25 years. She also advises creative teams on the development of new products. She lives in the Memorial area with her family. Learn more at www.tonyariner.com.
They’re also Easy to wear and will match the textures of the rest of your makeup.” Try: Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Petunia and Honeysuckle LipSurgence Lip Tint by Tarte in Sweet
www.absolutelymemorial.com l MAY 2015