Monday, September 7, 2009

Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Warmth: The Many Uses

Bare Escentuals bareMinerals All-Over-Face Color in Warmth is probably one of the most versatile product’s that I’ve ever used. If you’re familiar with Bare Escentuals bareMinerals at all, then you probably already know that they market Warmth as a way to add a “candlelight glow” to your complexion, and a year-round complexion booster.

Most women who use Bare Escentuals Warmth probably are using it as a bronzer, like I often do too, but have you tried any other ways to use it?

One of my absolute favorite things to do with Warmth is mix it with blush and see what color it makes. I’ve made some beautiful blush colors this way. For this option your best bet is going to be mixing Warmth with loose blush, not pressed, as it will mix better with loose, and give you more even color results.

I’ve discovered that for my baby blue’s Warmth is the perfect crease color. Not only does Warmth give me that gorgeous summer bronzed eye look, but it actually makes my eye color pop! Just like using Warmth on your face, less-is-more, and it blends beautifully.

Do you need an awesome contour color for your cheeks? Try Warmth for that too. The best way to use Bare Escentuals Warmth as a contour color though is to use a small brush, not your typical blush brush. Again, don’t forget that with Warmth less-is-more, you can always add as much as you want, but taking away something is much harder to do.

Last but not least, of course, Bare Escentuals Warmth can be used as a lip color. Try mixing a little bit of Warmth with your favorite lip balm or gloss, and see what happens. Another idea, mix Warmth with lip colors you already have and create a custom color!

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