Beauty Expert's Guide to Sunny Makeup Look

Sun, Warmth, Make Up!

The speaker: Nadi Zvereva
The warmer the weather, the more often we want bright outfits, manicures, and, of course, makeup. Nadi, a professional makeup artist and content creator with more than four years of experience, can help with the last one.

"Makeup for me is always something spontaneous... I see a color, an interesting face, a shape, — a fantasy arises! So it happened in this case."


With any makeup job, I always start with skin preparation. In this case, I used three preparation steps because the skin of the model was good and didn't need more of that.

First, I cleaned the skin properly with Bioderma Sensibio H2O micellar water, then moistened a cotton pad and went over the skin 1-2 times.

Next, I moved on to skin toning to moisturize, cleanse, and even out the pH of the skin. I had Bielenda Skin Clinic Professional Toner. I wiped the face with a cotton pad moistened with toner.

After cleansing and toning the skin, it was ready to receive care. To do this, I applied Cerave Moisturizing face cream with my fingertips and massaged it all over the face, avoiding the eye area. Be sure to wait for the cream to be absorbed into the skin before applying makeup.


For this makeup look, it was important for me to have beautiful, glowing skin, so I chose Dr.Jart+ Rejuvenating Silver Label moisturizing BB cream, added some Manly Pro Grace liquid highlighter in shade Gh3, and applied it to the skin with Make Up For Ever Brush #108. This brush is my magic wand; it's perfect for applying an even tone, and its shape and soft moving hairs help to easily work on the area around the eyes and near the wings of the nose.

Under the eyes, I applied Eveline Magical Perfection in shade 02 with a small synthetic brush. With the rest of the concealer, I went over the eyelids.

To make the face look fresher, I used Eveline Art Make-up Professional in 04 Light Shade to highlight the bridge of the nose, the center of the forehead and the chin. I applied a little product to the area near the wings of the nose; as a rule, this is where small vascular lines appear.

I apply all dry products with natural hair brushes.

I applied the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow in Fair-Medium concealer to the cheekbones, the bridge of the nose, the center of the forehead, the chin and the area above the upper lip.

I used a bronzer from the same palette under the cheekbones, along the sides of the lower jaw, along the perimeter of the forehead and along the edges of the bridge of the nose.

I applied Natasha Denona Mini Blush & Glow to the dimples of the cheeks.

I put Art-Visage Fixed Brows Gel on the eyebrows. It fixes the brow hairs well and gives them a glossy shine.

Before my eye makeup, I worked the upper interlashes with Vivienne Sabo Liner Virtuose black kajal. This technique allows me to visually make the lashes look thicker and more voluminous, and it also makes the glare intense. I painted the eyelashes with black Luxvisage XXL mascara. Thanks to the silicone brush, the mascara evenly colors the lashes, separating and slightly curling them, and it doesn't crumble. I love it for that.


I applied eye shadow from Juvia's Place The Zulu palette. Here, it was important for me to create a veil-like blush with a smooth transition from one color to another. For this, I used the Zoeva 227, 228, 230, and 231 brushes. For the wet eyelid effect, I used 3INA The Eye Gloss.


I applied Kiko Milano 3D Hydra Lipgloss in shade 03 on the lips, moistened and lightly tinted with concealer.
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