Dina Celentano

Bright, Hydrated, Bronzed Skin

By DINA CELENTANO | Decades of Beauty

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Dina lives and works in Marietta as a professional make-up artist with 25+ years experience. Her work has been seen in Southern Bride, Black Bride and Munaluci.

I love to share tips on keeping your skin healthy. With so many outdoor events coming up in Marietta we need to protect our skin with sunscreen and get that healthy tan with some of the top rated self tanners.As the flowers begin to bloom with such beautiful color, we need to brighten our makeup look.  

Here are some of my favorite products for the season!  

SELF TANNING

Tan-Luxe The Butter Illuminating Tanning Butter $36 l  Sephora

This quick drying gradual tanner contains Cellutone Complex to firm skin and reduce appearance of cellulite. It is infused with raspberry seed oil, vitamin E, and aloe vera to keep skin ultra-soft and golden for a rich, super 

luxurious texture.


SUNSCREENS

Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery Broad Spectrum SPF 50 $73 l  Sephora & Ulta

A daily SPF moisturizer that is loaded with antioxidants and helps reduce the look of fine 

lines and wrinkles. 


FOUNDATIONS

Lancome Teint Idole Ultra Wear Foundation SPF15 $47 l  

Sephora, Ulta and Belk Marietta

This liquid foundation is oil-free, long-wearing, liquid that delivers

buildable coverage and leaves a natural-looking, velvety-matte finish for up to 24 hours.  It is available in 45 shades.  Stop by Belk Marietta and receive a complimentary 10 day supply in your perfect shade.

BRONZERS

Anastasia Powder Bronzer $28 l  Sephora & Ulta

Nars Bronzing Powder $40 l  

Sephora & Ulta

I am a huge fan of bronzers! This is a year round product, not just for summer.  Currently contouring is a big deal in makeup application.  Not everyone desires the “Kardashian” look.  I recommend using a bronzer to achieve a more natural sculpted look. To achieve a contouring effect, start by applying bronzer to the cheeks in a back and forth motion, swing the brush up to the forehead, down the nose and the remainder across the jawline. As you start to get darker you can add more to the jawline and neck.