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5.18.2016

How to Fake a Summer Glow






You know what they say... fake it til' you make it. 

Here is my recipe for achieveing that sunkissed glow:


If you're anything like me, perhaps you feel as though you've been hibernating under a rock for the last 6 months. With Short / dress / skirt (all of the above) season quickly approaching, I was a little hesitant to bare my legs to the world. Nevermind the whole six months thing, it looks like my legs haven't seen the light of day in YEARS.

The Hoola Bronzer has always been a staple in my makeup bag. As someone with fair skin, I always incorporate a bronzer into my makeup routine to make myself look a little more "alive." If you've been following my blog, you know how important it is for me to apply product with a quality brush. I absolutely love the Hoola Bronzing and Contouring Brush, it is so incredibly soft and blends the product perfectly for contouring. (Um, can we also just say that the bamboo handle is well,  adorable.)

So you can imagine my surprise when the Hoola Dew Bronzer came out - it's basically the trusted and true Hoola Bronzer in liquid form. It applies very smoothly and has a matte finish. I apply it right over top my foundation for a natural, sunkissed glow. You can even mix this product with your foundation for a little extra colour. 

And lastly, the Hoola Zero Tanlines Body Bronzer.  This is my secret weapon. The beauty of this product is that you can use it for a night out or special occasion, and rinse it away in the shower that evening. It doesn't turn you orange, or streak and you don't have to worry of it coming off on your clothing. (I have worn a white skirt all day without any issues) It's SO easy to apply and works better than anything that I have ever tried. 

So that's it! My routine for achieving that summer glow without actually subjecting your skin to harmful UV rays. 

Have any of you tried these products? Any tips yourself?

xo Amy
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