Hot Looks: How to Get Spa Skin

It’s all about the spa skin.

CLEO (Singapore) - - CONTENTS -

The key to giv­ing the il­lu­sion that you have just spent the af­ter­noon liv­ing your best life at a spa is to en­sure you use very lit­tle makeup – but the right kind. Stay away from pow­ders and opt for cream or liq­uid for­mu­las. Blend­ing from the T-zone out­ward to the cheeks will cover most im­per­fec­tions and en­sure you look makeup-free.

Tip: If youyou must­must ap­ply pow­der, use a small and brush­brush dust around lightly the T-T-zone. Three An­gelic Syn­the­sis Foun­da­tion Serum, $85 A serum-foun­da­tion hy­brid, it adds ra­di­ance and clar­ity. Those with com­bi­na­tion skin will en­joy this semi-matte, medium cov­er­age for­mula that also cools skin. CREMORLAB Eau Ther­male Cush­ion O2 Last­ing, $58 Cover im­per­fec­tions with­out look­ing too made up thanks to the creamy for­mula that’s eas­ily build­able. Bobbi Brown Skin Foun­da­tion Stick, $73 Fake a fa­cial with this tinted mois­turiser that also pro­tects your skin from the sun’s rays and pol­lu­tants. Shi­seido Syn­chro Skin Tinted Gel Cream SPF 30, $56 Con­ceal dark cir­cles and brighten the area around eyes with this creamy con­cealer. Laura Mercier Se­cret Con­cealer, $46 NARS Ra­di­ant Creamy Con­cealer, $46 Light-dif­fus­ing tech­nol­ogy and skincare in­gre­di­ents help brighten and even out the com­plex­ion.

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