In addition to Seint Beauty’s IIID foundation, Seint also carries amazing bronzers that can be used to add warmth and natural glow to your face.
This guide will cover everything about Seint’s bronzers, including: bronzer vs contour, Seint bronzer swatches, bronzer application tips and a little about each bronzer color.
Seint Bronzer vs Contour
The biggest question I’m asked about our bronzers is what the difference is between Seint bronzers vs contour. So, let’s jump in there to clarify the key differences between the two.
Differences in Uses
Seint Bronzer is used to add warmth to your face, as if it has been bronzed with natural sunlight. Seint’s contour is to add depth to your face.
Differences in Product
Both Seint Beauty’s bronzer and contour tins are cream-based. That is where the similarities end, however.
Seint’s bronzer has a warm undertone, since it’s specifically meant to add a warmth to your face. Our contour shades are actually ash-based, because they are meant to replicate the natural shadows that are on our face.
Differences in Application
You’ll want to apply Seint’s bronzer to the natural places you would usually get a tan from the sun. That would be the forehead, cheek bones and nose.
The contour should be applied to anywhere you want a bit of definition. This is typically underneath the cheekbone, the jawline, the top of the forehead, nose and chin.
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Seint Bronzer Swatches + Colors
Even though I love showing off these gorgeous Seint bronzer swatches, they don’t truly reflect how they’re going to look on your face.
These cream bronzers are extremely pigmented, so a little goes a long way. In fact, you won’t see their true color until they’ve been blended out.
They go on pretty sheer, but they’re very buildable so you can truly create any look you’re going for.
Tanlines is the perfect bronzer for those with fair skin. It gives off a rosy, sunkissed glow.
Bella is pretty much a universal bronzer that most can use. It goes on sheer and the color is buildable, so it won’t look as dark as the swatch. It works best for medium and warm tones, although I know many artists with cool fair tones use it as well.
Palm is for those with medium, cool skin tones. It gives off a beautiful golden glow.
Heatwaves is perfect for darker, warm skintones. It has a deep red base, which gives off a red sunkissed glow.
How to Choose Your Bronzer Shade
In order to choose your Seint bronzer shade, consider your skin type and undertone.
Fair Skin types
If you have very fair skin, Tanlines would be your go-to bronzer. You could also consider Seint’s Bella Bronzer which is a pretty universal shade. It does go on sheer, so you can apply it very lightly to get the look you want for your fair skin.
Medium Skin Types
Medium skin types should go with Bella or Palm. Bella is going to give you that warm, sunkissed look while Palm has more of a golden base for that golden sunkissed look.
Darker Skin Types
Heatwaves is the perfect bronzer for darker skin types. It has a deep red base, which gives you that warm sunkissed glow look.
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Can You Use Seint Bronzer as a Contour?
Seint bronzers are formulated to bring warmth to your face. Seint contours are created to mimic the look of a shadow in order to create depth in your face.
Since Seint bronzers don’t mimic the look of a shadow, they wouldn’t be the best option to use as a contour.
How to Apply Seint Bronzer
You’ll want to apply the seint bronzer where the sun naturally hits your face. This is typically on the top of your forehead, your cheeks and the bridge of your nose.
Seint bronzers are creamy and very pigmented, so a little goes a long way. They’ll also go on sheer, but can be built upon easily without caking.
Also keep in mind that the color that goes on will look different once it’s blended.
Seint bronzers are the perfect final touch to any makeup look. They give you that sunkissed glow that instantly provides warmth to your complexion. Play around with different shades of bronzers to see which you like best. I think you’ll find you like more than one shade, depending on the look you’re going for on a particular day.