How to achieve summer skin without going hard on the bronzer? Make like and try a sun-kissed flush across cheekbones instead. The singer's latest post on Instagram shows her freckled skin looking fresh and glowy in mirror selfies.
Given that Eilish is naturally pale-skinned, using blush rather than bronzer is a great route to take when it comes to summery skin because it creates a more realistic finish. For a look like this, makeup artists love to use cream blush because it melts into skin seamlessly while imparting a dewy – and natural-looking – radiance. Excellent formulas include and . Simply use fingers to blend onto the apples and high points of the cheekbones.
Another great trick to try is to — or add them in if they don't actually exist — to make it seem like you've spent time in the sun, even if the reality is a hat and SPF. While there are many freckle pens on the market ( is a popular option), a pro trick is to use your eyebrow pencil or pen and dot them haphazardly across the bridge of the nose and cheeks.
Finish the look with a swoosh of rose-pink lipstick and, like Eilish, you're good to go.
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