Wednesday, March 28, 2018

How to make your skin glow!


One of the biggest makeup trends right now is the dewy, glowing look. It's youthful and radiant. It just makes your skin look healthy and like it has been lit from within. Below is the tutorial from my YouTube Channel. Which is new!

I have fallen hard for this look, and I think that it is perfect timing for spring and summer. Here are a few tips for achieving this look.

1. Use a dewyy or satin finish foundation

One of my favorite options for luminous foundations that you can find at the drugstore, and save some money is the L'Oreal Infallible Pro Glow Liquid Foundation. It will give your skin the supple look without costing you an arm and a leg. However the It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC + Illumination cream is a great option as well. My favorite way to apply foundation is with a damp beauty blender sponge. Also, you might want to use a hydrating primer to fully achieve the look.

2. Use a liquid highlighter under your powder highlighter

This is a new trick that I have started using, and it really intensifies your highlight and helps your skin look even more radiant. There are so many good options. My current drugstore option is the L'oreal Lumi Glow Boosting Drops in the shade Day-Break. I like to apply is using my fingers on the tops of my cheek bones, on the forehead and on the bridge of my nose. Then I blend it out with my beauty blender.

It almost serves as a base for your powder highlight and the two of them together = MAGIC!

3. Choose a good powder Highlight and use it well!

My current favorite powder highlighter is also a drugstore option. It is the Maybelline Master Chrome Metallic Highlighter in the shad Molten Rose Gold. It just gives you the perfect liquid-like highlight that goes perfectly with the liquid highlighter mentioned above.

4. Use a lighter shade of concealer

Normally I would use a concealer shade that is two shades lighter than my normal skin color, but for this look I really want to accentuate the middle of the face and make it look more radiant. I do this by using a shade 3 or 4 times lighter to really draw attention to the middle of the face. The tip here is to blend the concealer out REALLY well with your beauty blender. My favorite concealer is the Tarte Shape Tape Concealer

How do you make your skin glow? What products do you use?

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