Sunless tanners with buildable coverage, like St. Tropez's Bronzing Mousse ($32; sttropeztan.com) are ideal for fair skin, as they let you work your way toward a darker shade while still looking natural.
"When touched up with the Rose Skin Illuminator ($15; sttropeztan.com), you will have people asking you where that glow is coming from without ever suspecting it is a self-tan," said Locke. The duo of tawny shades in Jane Iredale's So Bronze in #2 ($48; janeiredale.com) can be mixed together to create your own custom hue. "Apply the product under the cheekbones, on the temples, and along the jaw line to define features and give color," advised Towne. As a finishing touch, Fabiola recommends blending a pearly luminizer like Make Up For Ever's Uplight in #22 ($29; sephora.com) onto cheekbones to brighten your complexion.Read MoreLess
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