Apr 26, 2012
I really want my skin to look glowy for the summer time. I'm pretty pale so I don't want to load up on bronzer, but I'm willing to try something subtle (as far as bronzer goes). If anyone has any suggestions as far as skincare products (I was thinking about Freeman's Hydrating Mask) or makeup products that would do the trick, they are appreciated!
Add a little luminizer to your foundation and that will do the trick.
NYC bronzer in Sunny is subtle and adds a great glow to the skin! It's not shimmery but I think matte bronzers work better. A great highlight is the Happy Booster face powder in Translucent by Physicians Formula. Physicians Formula also offers shimmer strips where you get different bronzers and a highlighter all in the same packaging. Lastly, I like E.l.f. essential facial whip. They have it in bronze, pink, and white shades meant for contouring. I love the facial whip in Spotlight, it's a white product that gives a great shimmery highlight. Hope this helps!
Prepare your skin using a good exfoliator to remove any dead cells.that will give you the glow,and leave your skin smooth and soft and you won't have to use make up.have a lovely summer!
Peter Thomas Roth makes a good Oxygen Detoxifying Mask that leaves your skin glowy. I used it after a trip to London and I felt my skin was looking kinda meh. But the masque helped a lot. It was before glowy skin was trendy. So I didn't like it so much back then. But I think I'll try it again once I get some money.
I think it would be a good idea to exfoliate, moisturize, and then maybe add an illuminator to your foundation. Or you could try Milano illuminating face powder. I use it in amber nectar to highlight and I absolutely love it! It gives me the perfect glow!
Apr 27, 2012
if you have dry skin, try exfoliating it, and then really moisturize. after that, i love mixing MAC strobe liquid with my foundation to give that nice dewy glow look. if your not big on face makeup, you can also just wear the strobe liquid on it's own. it has a very pretty iridescent look to it.
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