How to get a dewy glowing look in Spring

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How to get a dewy glowing look in Spring. Being human beings we can’t have a perfectly flushed skin as it suffers a lot due to climate and weather changes. So to get a fully flushed skin, we will have to fake it. How? Let us proceed to make it clear.

Get a natural flush going

Must use a cream blush, because it automatically looks more natural than a powder-based formula, and it adds a subtle luminosity to the skin that is super realistic. Just lightly swirl blush stick in mini circles over the apples of your cheeks, draw up and over the temples to form a sideways V shape on each side of your face. Later on, take a damp makeup sponge and lightly tap & dab the blush into your skin and blend the blush down.

Add a subtle glow

Want your skin to look like a lit-from-within whisper? Choose a liquid or cream-based highlighter. Pick a light-pink hue fir fair skin, and for a medium skin, go for a golden shade, in case you have dark skin tones, apply an apricot shade. Just tap a few dots over your cheekbones in a line and gently dab with your ring finger to blend it out.

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Amp up the light

To get a hardcore highlight that looks natural, apply your highlighter to the parts of your face where the light naturally hits, so go down to the bridge of your nose, above your eyebrows, on top of your brow bones, on tip of your nose, & on your Cupid’s bow. Dab a dot of highlighter on the inner corner of eyes to brighten them.

Stain your lips

Dab on a tinted lip balm and brush a rosy, red-hued lip powder over the center of your lips, tapping the edges of powder out with your ring finger to blend it in to get a stained look.

Glam it up

Either you want a flushed spring look natural or want to play with spring’s 80s trend by smoking out your eyes, is up to you. Layer on the lip powder and try to rim your lower waterline with chocolate-brown eyeliner to get a glamorous look.

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