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Dancing With The Stars

Get the Look with Jessica Dupont: Brooke Burke’s Bronzed Look

In celebration of the Dancing with the Stars premiere and Brooke Burke's new gig as co-host (woohoo!), we're bringing back one of our fave beauty looks. Way back in Season 7, Brooke Burke looked like a bronzed goddess during her Foxtrot with her pro dance partner, Derek Hough. And, boy do we heart her sun-kissed glow! With spring officially underway, you can easily take this fab look from the stage and to the streets in no time. Let Jessica Dupont of JAM Cosmetics show you how!

1. Fake a summer glow! Apply bronzer anywhere the sun would naturally hit the face. Try JAM Bronzer in "Mad Hot," $12.
2. Use a pale gold shimmer like JAM Mineral Eye Shadow in "Fool Me," ($12) to highlight the eye. Apply shadow on the inner corners of the eyes, along the lower lash line, and around the brow bone.
3. With a wet makeup brush, apply a dark bronze shadow over the entire lid. Blend the shadow through the crease and up towards the brow bone. Jessica used JAM Pressed Mineral Eye Shadow in "Super Sweet Me," ($12).
4. Apply slate gray shadow along the upper lash line. Try JAM Mineral Eye Shadow in "Dark Side of Me," $12.
5. Take your JAM Black Eye Pencil ($7) and line the upper lash line and inner lower lash line. Then use an angled brush to smudge out your liner.
6. Next, trace JAM Waterproof Liquid Liner over your pencil liner to intensify the black.
7. Line and fill lips in with JAM Lip Pencil in "Warm Brandy," $7.
9. Top off your look by slicking on JAM Mineral Lip Gloss in "Spice," ($7) over the entire lip.


Jessica Dupont is a former professional NYC Dancer and makeup artist. She is the owner and founder of JAM cosmetics and writes www.dancemakeupblog.com as well as THE BEAUTY BLOG for DANCE.COM. Follow her on Twitter for quick and easy STREET and STAGE makeup tip

03.23.2010 / 04:54 AM EDT by Gemma Wilson
Related: Dancing With The Stars, Fashion, Brooke Burke

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