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A few weeks back I shared my everyday summer makeup routine (that post was and advert Boots, however this post isn't sponsored!) Today I thought we'd talk through a more glam, evening version that's still gorgeous and bronzed...

Even for a more glam look; I prefer to keep it glowing with my base, as opposed to matte and flat (how things have changed!) I've really been enjoying mixing together my Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow* | £38.50 | and my Estee Lauder Double Wear Cushion Stick Foundation (discontinued) (4W1) | £30 | full review. This just gives the most radiant, flawless, breathable base that lasts - even in the summer heat. The Charlotte Tilbury adds the most subtle luminosity to the skin and is great mixed in with just about any foundation (particularly if you want to dial down something quite matte).

For under the eyes, I definitely recommend the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer (Medium) | £23 | full review. It gives amazing full coverage that brightens under my eyes (making me look more awake) and - best of all - it won't crease or wear away, making it perfect for an evening glam look in the warmer weather. I lock everything in place using the Too Faced Peach Perfect Mattifying Setting Powder | £22 | full review. I love this translucent powder because it's so finely-milled and traceless on the skin, keeping the shine at bay and my makeup from getting greasy. It isn't cakey in the slightest but still really works.

For the cheeks - my go-to this summer has been the Natasha Denona Tan Palette | £51 | full review. It's just a great one-stop-shop if you want some bronzing and highlighting options whilst you're on holiday and just don't have the suitcase space to pack numerous individual products. There's a nice, warming bronzer in here to get that sun-kissed look and add bit of dimension to the face and three highlighters - one a pearly gold-bronze cream, one a warm gold powder and also a very intense light gold powder. They are gorgeous used individually or mixed and matched. As a blusher, it'll come as no surprise for regular readers that I'm mentioning the Milani Baked Blush in Bellissimo Bronze* | £10 | full review. I absolutely love this golden-bronze blusher shade to add a hint of colour and glow to the cheeks with a warm-toned makeup look. I reach for this at least 3 times a week and I've still barely made a dent in it...

For eyeshadow - the palette I've been reaching for constantly since it arrived is the ColourPop California Love Shadow Palette | $18 | full review. It's just the most gorgeous golden-bronze-brown-copper eyeshadow palette. The quality really is incredibly for such a reasonable price and the shade selection is pretty versatile and can be used for a daytime-appropriate look but also for a more glam brown-bronze smokey eye, which is why it came with me on holiday. I just love this colour story - it's 'me' all over! As I mentioned in my daytime version of this post - hayfever has meant the blacked wing liner has been put on hiatus for the summer, so I've been using the Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eyeliner in Intense Smoky Quartz | £16 | full review. This is a warm chocolate brown eyeliner that's amazing for tightlining - it subtly and naturally defines the eyes and stays in place all day. I finish off a glam eye look using the Hourglass Caution Extreme Lash Mascara* | £25 | full review. This is just amazing - the best clump-free volumising mascara in my arsenal! It definitely gives a nice amount of length and curl too, plus doesn't flake or smear on my eyes during those hot summer nights.

Finally, the Ofra Long-Lasting Liquid Lipstick in Miami Fever | £12 | full review | pulls everything together! This burnt orange-red shade is gorgeous with a bronzed makeup look to just give a pop of something more vibrant. It's long-lasting and has a reasonably comfortable formula - it's pretty much my go-to when I want a (sort-of) red. 

What sort of makeup look have you been going for this summer in the evening?

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