Leslie Blodgett, CEO of Bare Escentuals, once said â€œI donâ€™t go a day without wearing a little Warmth.â€ In face, Leslie loves Warmth so much that sheâ€™s included it in her set, â€œLeslieâ€™s Favorites.â€
I wasnâ€™t too thrilled about Warmth at first. It is highly pigmented and looks dark and orange in the pot. But since I didnâ€™t want the color to go to waste, I read up on how some people use Bare Escentuals Warmth. I realized that with the right technique, BE Warmth is truly an All Over Face Color. Here are a couple of tips Iâ€™ve picked up about using BE Warmth:
When you open the pot, use the product thatâ€™s on the lid. Thatâ€™s all you need! No need to tap more product on the lid or swirling bowl.
Donâ€™t swirl too much product in your brush. The pigments may not be noticeable in your brush, but it will show on your face once you start sweeping or buffing.
I use BE Warmth as a bronzer if I want to achieve a tanned effect, without the added shimmer. I also use BE Warmth as a contour powder. Just apply a little on the lower half of your cheeks, and your cheekbones will be much more noticeable. The best part about using BE Warmth as a contour powder is that youâ€™ll apply less blush, and youâ€™ll have this glow that cannot be achieved by blush alone. Warmth is a great complexion booster, because it gives â€œwarmthâ€ to your face. BE Warmth is not just an All Over Face Color; it can be used as lip color and even as eye contour or crease color. Since I got BE Warmth, itâ€™s become a must-have in my makeup kit. A little bit of Warmth does go a long way!