Hot Looks: How to Get Spa Skin
It’s all about the spa skin.
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.