Softly de­fined fea­tures

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As we age, the heav­ily pig­mented shades that once made fea­tures pop be­gin to em­pha­size signs of ag­ing as well, says Ca­mal, who trans­formed Kel­ley’s look. Her turn­back-the-clock tricks: First, dust a shim­mery neu­tral shadow (like Revlon ColorS­tay Crème Eye­shadow in Pra­line, onto lids from lash­line to brow. “The soft tone and sub­tle sparkle help brighten eyes.” Next, brush a light-pink blush onto the ap­ples of cheeks (the rosy tone adds a healthy glow) and dot a cham­pagne high­lighter on tops of cheeks (the sparkle pulls fo­cus up for “lift”)—find both in Pixi by Pe­tra Beauty Blush Duo + Kabuki in Rose Gold, Pix­ Then swipe a tinted balm (like Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm in Pink Blos­som, onto lips for a vo­lu­miz­ing sheen.

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