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ESC: Glaze Makeup

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Perfect, glowy skin never falls out of favor, but a bumped-up, iridescent version is sweeping the internet.

If you follow any top swimwear models (like Rocky Barnes, Bryana Holly, Natalie Roser and Cami Morrone), you've probably noticed your Instagram feed blowing up with the #SuzieKGlaze, a sun-kissed look that's part bronzer and whole lot of highlighter. The Suzie K Glaze is actually the brainchild of E! Style Collective's own in-house makeup artist, Suzie Kim. "It's a highlighter layering process that brings out your best features—I use it on all the models at my shoots and it makes anyone look flawless," she said.

Ready to get your glaze on? Here's how to do it!

ESC: Glaze Makeup

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Step 1: Prep skin with a hydrating moisturizer, like Yon-Ka Crème 93. "It's important to get in good with the skin prep to achieve that glow from within. Without good moisturizer first, makeup just looks cake-y and heavy," she said.

Step 2: Apply a shimmer-y primer, like Thank You Farmer Shimmer Sun Essence and massage it into your skin. "Make sure your moisturizer is properly absorbed before applying the primer," advised the pro.

Step 3: Do your foundation as usual. (The MUA swears by Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk for a lightweight, full-coverage look.) "If you're really oily, lightly dust an HD powder, like Make Up For Ever HD powder, overtop—otherwise go without," she said.

ESC: Glaze Makeup

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Step 4: Next, apply bronzer on your cheeks for a touch of warmth and color. "Hourglass Ambient Lighting Bronzer in Luminous Bronze Light is the ultimate glowing bronzer with just the right shade of sun-kissed color," shared the pro. Pro tip: Apply it to the cheekbones and around the outer edges of the face, but be sure to go back to the middle area to blend for an all-over, even base.

Step 5: For your highlight, use Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Powder in Opal. "It's a neutral shimmer that works with all skin tones," she shared. Apply it to the high points of the face: the cheekbones, bridge of the nose, cupid's bow and lightly dust on your forehead and chin." For added effect, add to the inner corners of the eye," she advised.

Step 6: To finish the dewy look, spritz skin with a face mist, like Kora Organcis Energizing Citrus Mist.

Bonus: "If you know you're going to be active and sweating, use a creamy product, like Glossier's Haloscope, to add achieve an easy, sporty glaze," she said.

Whatever you do: Don't forget to share your finished look with the hashtag #SuzieKGlaze!

ESC 2.0 Column Bios Natalie