☀️10 Sunkissed Makeup Looks to Give You a Glow No Matter the Season!

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Aug. 17
The best thing about sunkissed makeup looks is they allow you to go a little light on the makeup and let your natural beauty shine through. Sunkissed makeup looks are great for hot summer days, ladies with freckles, and anyone who likes to keep it light. Here are our picks for your inspiration: 
1. Pink Blush

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Layering light pink or peach blush on top of minimal makeup makes for the perfect summer makeup look for any skin tone. Add a lightweight pink or clear lip gloss like Selena for that perfect fresh-faced, sunkissed makeup look.
2. Dewy Skin

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Dewy skin has fast become a summer must and it is super easy to achieve. Simply use a lightweight foundation or BB cream, add a high-pigmented highlighter, keep eyelashes long and thin, and finish with a setting spray and a thin coat of clear lip gloss.
3. Golden Skin 

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Nothing says summer quite like golden skin, and in the case of your makeup, that can mean literally! You don’t have to stop at bronzer, either. Add highlighter and warm-tone eyeshadow that complements your skin for the ultimate bronzed look.
4. Barely There 

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The “barely there” makeup look is the perfect option for any summer day or night. Recreate this dewy skin look with one coat of mascara, feathery eyebrows, a warm peach blush, and a lightly tinted lip balm. This will give you that effortless sunkissed look and enhance your natural beauty.
5. Peachy Eyes

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Peach shades work for all skin tones and all eye colors, but is particularly striking on model Olga Nowotarska. Coordinate with a peachy lip and blush or highlight to really round off this perfect summer look.
6. Bronzed Lips 

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If you want inspiration for beautiful natural looks, you can always go to makeup artist Patrick Ta. This look highlights how you can use a skin tone-adjacent lipstick can enhance that natural sunkissed look. 
7. Just Finished a Run Glow 

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We all have a friend or two that finishes a workout looking better than they started, and you can emulate that look with the right blush tones and placement. Lili Reinhart shows it off perfectly here. Extend the blush up the cheekbone to the brow bone, and add highlight. 
8. Rust Orange 

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Rust orange works on literally any skin tone, but model Jasmine Brown shows it off perfectly here. Pair the same shade on the lips and eye to really enhance the look. 
9. Bright Eyes 

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Celebrity makeup artist Lisa Eldridge knows exactly what goes into a sunkissed look, and she shows off a beautiful natural glow here with simple bright eyes with a little white eyeliner on the water line to make her eyes pop. You can pair this with any other look! 
10. Muted Matt Lips 

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Unsurprisingly, Lisa Eldridge’s client Rosie Huntington-Whitely always rocks that simple sunkissed look, and here she shows off how even with her show-stopping lips, a muted matt lip in a blush tone can bring a sophisticated edge to a barely-there look. 
Sunkissed looks work for all skin tones, and highlighter will definitely be your friend! Be sure to test out all these sunkissed makeup looks this summer. 
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