Once you have the right skincare for the glass skin, your next step is to figure out what type of makeup will help you highlight the natural glow of your skin. Heavy foundation will cover everything up and make your effort unnoticeable, too much highlighter and contour will make the look too strong or too wet. So what's the right balance? Which products are the best to achieve that natural glow?
Start with a good cushion foundation, bb cream or tinted moisturizer with light coverage. It's important that they will have a dewy finish, not matt.
Once you've got this covered, go for a subtle eye makeup and a natural brow.
Next, lips. You don't need much although with glass skin, bold colors and reds also look good. Our recommended combination is a tint or a sheer lipstick.
Adding a cheek color is a good option, but beyond this point, once you've achieved your glass skin, besides the basics, is optional. A cream blusher, will be especially a good option.
Optional: you could set area of your face, which get extra oily, with a powder, just to keep your look in place a little longer.
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