You dew you.


MAKEUP ARTIST CHAR­LOTTE TIL­BURY is on a mis­sion to il­lu­mi­nate. “Ev­ery­one needs to glow,” the celebrity beauty whis­perer tells me, stand­ing in a soft-pink room ded­i­cated to her new Glow­gasm range of creamy pow­der and liq­uid high­lighters in her of­fice in SoHo, N.Y. “If you think about it, all the times that you glow are: on a hol­i­day, on a beach, af­ter sex...[it’s] hap­pi­ness, laugh­ter, fun. And who doesn’t want that ev­ery sin­gle day?” Beats me! For nat­u­ral-look­ing high­lighter place­ment that tricks the eye into think­ing ev­ery­thing is inches higher than it is, ap­ply di­rectly to the top of the cheek­bones (but not too close to the eyes)—“If you’ve gone off the bone, you know it’s not right,” says Til­bury—along the nose (but not on the tip) and in the in­ner cor­ners of the eyes. Of course, the best base for any makeup is glow­ing skin, and the key to achiev­ing it sans high­lighter is proper sk­in­care. In the morn­ing, use brightening vi­ta­min C prod­ucts; look for L-ascor­bic acid or tetra­hexylde­cyl ascor­bate on the la­bel. At night, ex­fo­li­ate; I find acid-based ex­fo­liants, as op­posed to phys­i­cal scrubs, the most di­rect path to a JLo-es­que glow.

Aveeno MaxGlow In­fu­sion Drops ($25)

Char­lotte Til­bury Glow­gasm Face Pal­ette ($95)

This Works Morn­ing Ex­pert Hyaluronic Serum ($57)

Ole Hen­rik­sen Banana Bright Face Primer ($46)

Kopari Starry Eye Balm ($36)

Vo­li­tion Beauty Strawberry-C Serum ($60)

Glossier Play Niteshine ($25)

Clockwise from top: Marc Ja­cobs O!mega Bronzer Co­conut Per­fect Tan in Tan­ta­lize 106 ($59); Chanel Duo Bronze et Lu­mière in 317 Medium ($95); NARS Sum­mer Light Face Pal­ette ($74); Ben­e­fit Cos­met­ics Hoola Matte Bronzer in Toasted ($40); W3LL Peo­ple Bio Bronzer Pow­der ($30); Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk’r In­stant Warmth Bronzer in Mocha Mami ($38). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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