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Sunday, 5 June 2011

Skin Care

For a glowing skin it's important the basic skin care routine. Use cosmetics which does not make your skin dry, and a good moisturizing cream.
When you make-up you can also use a highlighter on your cheekbones and nose. You can also use a highlighting primer maybe that will help to make your skin glow.

You have a dry skin so you can better use cream blusher instead powder blush.

One of the most loved products when it comes to getting that 'glowing' look is Estee Lauders Spotlight, Skin Tone Perfecter. It's a really great product.

If your skin is dry and patchy foundation will just 'settle' in the dry area's and you won't get the glow you're looking for. Make sure you scrub and moisturize and condition/prep your skin before you apply your foundation. It's important that you begin with a clean, moisturized face. Benefit's High Beam and The Body Shops' Radiant Highlighter are both great.

1. Apply lots and lots of moisturizer on your face and leave for 5 minutes

2. Get rid of any excess oils with a tissue and apply primer and then strobe/high beam

3. spritz some fix plus (or rosewater) b4 applying foundation and powder

4. go over the high lighted areas with a bronzer/highlighter/blusher

You can try using YSL Touche Eclat while using your makeup. Its one product that has gotten rave reviews all over.

A shimmer blush should also do the trick.

If you have a party to attend in the night try exfoliating your skin with any over the counter exfoliating face wash in the morning and massaging it with a generous amount of almond oil or ghee or a cold cream and leave it on. Then take a hand towel and dip it in boiling water and let it sit there for a second , squeeze it out but be careful, wear gloves while squeezing the towel.

You will have a steaming hand towel, like the ones they give you on the plane. Leave on your face for a few minutes so your skin absorbs the oils. You can sue this for your hair as well if you have oiled it. Steam opens your pores and lets the oils in.


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