THENEW GLOW

Lu­mi­nous skin is achieved with qual­ity skin­care and clever make-up tricks, re­sult­ing in bril­liant ra­di­ance

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - BEAUTY -

DON’T HAVE A LIQ­UID HIGH­LIGHTER? CRE­ATE A SIM­I­LAR EF­FECT BY MIST­ING THE FACE AND LIGHTLY SWEEP­ING OVER A POW­DER HIGH­LIGHTER. MIST AGAIN AND RE­PEAT UN­TIL YOU HAVE THE DE­SIRED LOOK.

01.

Cover in a glow

In­stead of a dust­ing of pow­der over foun­da­tion, layer a lit­tle liq­uid high­lighter over the en­tire face. The new skin trend is seam­less, us­ing high­lighters as cov­er­age and not just to ac­cen­tu­ate fea­tures. Mix liq­uid high­lighter into your foun­da­tion and press it on to the skin for a healthy, glossy look.

02.

Prime game A good base to work from is es­sen­tial for aw­less-look­ing make-up. Ap­ply primer af­ter mois­tur­is­ing to smooth out im­per­fec­tions and prep your face for foun­da­tion.

03.

Liq­uid lay­ers

For this look, foun­da­tion should be su­per light­weight. Cov­er­age is still a pri­or­ity but is cre­ated us­ing light lay­ers of sheer foun­da­tion for a dewy look. Ap­ply foun­da­tion with a damp foun­da­tion brush for a thin­ner con­sis­tency or add a few drops of foun­da­tion to your serum to cre­ate the same ef­fect.

04.

Mois­ture plus

Take your hy­dra­tion lev­els up a notch with mois­turis­ers and serums that of­fer skin in­tense mois­ture. If you have very dry skin, add a hy­drat­ing uid to your daily mois­turiser or use a nour­ish­ing face oil in­stead.

CA­TRICE PRIME AND FINE SMOOTH­ING RE­FINER R90 REVLON PHO­TOREADY PRIME + ANTI SHINE IN 010 CLEAR TRANS­PAR­ENT

R225

REVLON PHO­TOREADY

SKINLIGHTS FACE IL­LU­MI­NA­TOR IN BARE

LIGHT 30ML R190

ESTÉE LAUDER EN­LIGHTEN DARK SPOT COR­RECT­ING NIGHT SERUM 50ML R950

CHANEL PER­FEC­TION LU­MIÈRE LONG­WEAR FLAW­LESS FLUID MAKEUP 30ML R690

BLACK UP COM­PLEX­ION EN­HANCER IN EMB01 15ML R395

DIOR HY­DRA LIFE PRO-YOUTH SOR­BET CREME 50ML R825

SKINCEU­TI­CALS HY­DRAT­ING B5 MOISTUREENHANCING FLUID 30ML R1 259

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