APPLY CONCEALER ON KEY AREAS
The skin around our eyes darkens over time, and we get redness around the nose and mouth. Dot a creamy
concealer one shade lighter than your skin in these places, then pat with your finger to blend. It gives your
whole face a lift.
DEFINE CHEEKS
Swipe a champagne-colored highlighter (for dark skin, use gold) on your cheeks from the apples up to your
temples in a “C” shape. If you wear base, dust on a powder foundation next (it lets the highlighter still
show through).
BRING OUT YOUR EYES
To look awake, brush a shimmery taupe shadow (bronze for dark skin) on lids. If, like Glenis, your lids are hidden, lightly sweep it above the crease too. Smudge black liner along the top lashes, then curl them and apply mascara
ADD A ROSY FINISH
Swirl a healthy pink blush on the apples of your cheeks, then dab your highlighter in the center of your bottom lip and your cupid’s bow, which helps lips look nice and full. Slick on a deep rose lip gloss, and you’re all set—and gorgeous.