Glamour (South Africa) - - Beauty Makeup -

Cracked lips don’t hold colour. Ap­ply a thick balm for a few min­utes then wipe off. Line lips with red pen­cil to get the per­fect shape, then fill in your mouth with the pen­cil be­fore ap­ply­ing lip­stick. When you’re danc­ing all night, you don’t want to glow for the wrong rea­sons. But a lit­tle high­lighter in strate­gic spots can give you pretty ra­di­ance. Here’s how to find your match.

Use liq­uid for ra­di­ance These are great for strob­ing – a makeup trend that light­ens your face with­out look­ing like you’ve tried too hard. Use the tini­est amount (about a 10c-coin size) along your cheek­bones, chin, the bridge of your nose and un­der your brows. It re­ally makes your fea­tures stand out! Try pow­der for sheer­ness Af­ter ap­ply­ing foun­da­tion, brush a pow­dered high­lighter where the sun would nat­u­rally hit your face: your brow bones, fore­head, cheek­bones and Cupid’s bow to help those fea­tures stand out in a fresh way.

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