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Eep, the pic didn't work.

Anyway, I'm sure that make up is part of it - but my skin tends to be dry-ish, so it is rather hard to make it actually "glow" even with really dewy make-up..
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Revlon skinlights works for me... with MAC bronzer on my cheekbones... and just drink **** loads of water, i actually noticed the difference when i started to drink more water - make up on or off...!

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Quote:
Originally posted by twilight fairy@Oct 15 2004, 07:47 AM
Eep, the pic didn't work.

Anyway, I'm sure that make up is part of it - but my skin tends to be dry-ish, so it is rather hard to make it actually "glow" even with really dewy make-up..
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you get that glow mixing your foundation with a liquid highlighter... Like Lancome`s Fluide Illuminateur, or the Body Shop`s Glow Enhancer. Also add an extra finishing touch to cheeks, bridge of nose and above the eyebrow, areas that naturaly shine if your skin is dewy...

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Originally posted by ELLE_ME@Oct 15 2004, 02:20 PM
you get that glow mixing your foundation with a liquid highlighter... Like Lancome`s Fluide Illuminateur, or the Body Shop`s Glow Enhancer. Also add an extra finishing touch to cheeks, bridge of nose and above the eyebrow, areas that naturaly shine if your skin is dewy...
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Thanks for the tip! I've never used a highlighter before, sounds something that I might wanna try.

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Try the Anna Sui face color stick in #702. It's like a whitish gold iridecent color. It works wonders for me when I want that dewy glow. I apply it on my cheekbones on top of Revlon Skin Lights Illuminator creme

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Baby oil work wonders on my skin!

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I've wanted to give my skin a subtle, not flashy glow and those products like skinlights and shimmering powder in less gaudy tones look tempting, but I can't use anything with even silicone oils in them.

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Try Chanel Vitalumieries Fluide Makeup. I use it and my skin glows like crazy!
No, really, the most natural glow ever, better than Dior in my opinion.


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Thanks, I'll check that out, Asdiklon. My foundation's finishing..

Hehe, Prada, Acid's right..you seem to know loads about skin care & make up!

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Lol, well because I'm cheap, I don't buy fancy products 0- though I've found vasiline gives a really nice dewy look

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ive been hearing a lot about product for the face that give your face an all over glow.. and it seems reallly interesting.. i was wondering if anyone has tried products like benefit hollywood glo, delux beauty liquid pearl, or lorac Oil-Free Luminizer.. or anything in that range...and what you think of them.

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Hi XXAVYRANIXX

There already exists a similar thread

Glowy, Healty Skin thread

I'm afraid I haven't tried any of the products you mention, you might want to ask your question regarding the specific products inthe other thread?

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I used to find the feeling of glow creams really uncomfortable so now I use shiny/mother of pearl powder eyeshadow instead.I put a dab down my cheekbones and nose and it works fabulously.Stays put much longer too.

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What a fun topic!

I love glowing skin, but it is essential that you find products that work for you. That means trial and error.

I use a white highlighting stick slightly above the apples of my cheek to get a sparkle on my face.

Mixing baby oil with some of my facial lotion also works.

Another thing I've tried/done is mix pink glitter with my daily facial lotion. Definitely adds something.

Another trick is Vaseline... a lot of members on this board would probably excuse using it on the face, but it's a great moisturizer - and if applied correctly, it can do wonders for your complexion. Just use sparingly.

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