No matter how much vitamin E cream I apply, my skin never quite seems to glow. How can I get that runway radiance all the models seem to have?
Runway models are born with six-foot frames, but that doesn’t mean they’re granted good-as-gold complexions too–those are granted by makeup artists with the Midas touch. We can’t deny that water, organic fruits and vegetables, and a regular fitness schedule are great steps towards a clear complexion, but we can guarantee that most sunlight-catching cheekbones are the result of a good illuminator and expert blending. It’s easy to achieve the same look yourself by blending a pea-sized amount of bronze or light pink highlighter into your foundation. Choose a product that has a dewy finish, like Make Up For Ever Uplight Face Luminizer Gel #12 ($33, at Sephora), as opposed to something sparkly. Its formula is 70 per cent water, and is easy to apply for an all-over glow.
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