Creating a dewy makeup look that lasts through the day and looks gorgeous on anyone isn't as hard as you think. When emphasizing on clean and glowing skin, you first want to make sure you properly prep your skin with the right treatment. Cleanse your face with the Clarisonic Mia, then follow up with Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Facial Toner, and Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Serum to hydrate.
After your skincare has settled, move onto foundation, bronzer, and highlighter. For a luminous finish on the skin apply Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation first blending it with a foundation brush or Beauty Blender Sponge. Using cream highlighters and bronzing products are ideal for dewy looks because they help make the skin appear more hydrated. Contour your skin using this brush from Artis with this contouring bronze stick from Benefit, and then follow up with applying highlighter on the cheekbone, like this one here from Laura Geller.
To create a subtle and shimmery eye, apply Revlon ColorStay Creme Eyeshadow all over the lid and finish with two coats of your favorite mascara. For soft lips, apply this tinted sugar lip treatment from Fresh for just the right amount of color.
Just the Right Amount of Bold
This look is beautiful for daily wear because it emphasizes two key features on your face, brows and lips. It's imperative to know how to shape your eyebrows and use the right products that help brows look natural, too. Even if your eyebrows are sparse or over-plucked and won't grow back, there are growth serums like this one here from Grande Brow that uses peptides to help hair growth.
When grooming your brows, run an angled pencil through them in small upward strokes to mimic natural hair growth, and then use a brow gel like this one here from Glossier brushed through your eyebrows to keep them in place all day.
For lips, you can choose to make them as sheer or as bold as you like, they just need to have color. Build-able lip stains like this one here from Giorgio Armani Beauty are ideal for long lasting color all day, but if you want a sheer balm with color, these lip tints from Alima Pure are beautiful! Feel like going bold? This velvety textured pencil from NARS is perfect to make a statement, there's so many beautiful colors to choose from!
Try it With: A low, tousled chignon bun using Kerastase Aura Botanica Essence D'Eclat moisturizing oil mist to smooth out your strands, and a spritz of Chloe Love Story.
Soft and Sultry
I love a sultry eye that's just enough definition without looking too over the top. This is really simple to recreate, because all you need are three products, eyeshadow, liner, and mascara. Start by applying the eyeliner on the top and bottom around the shape of your eye and smudge it out with your finger so it looks like you tried but not too hard. You can get a little messy with it, which relieves the pressure of having to create the perfect line. Then apply your shadow of choice on top (it can be any color you want) like these shadows here, and curl and apply mascara to the lashes. You can go over the eyeliner again if you want to intensify the color, there really are no rules!
For eyeliner, try these ones from Marc Jacobs Beauty, as they last all day and don't budge, yet are very easy and soft to apply. For a soft pop of color on the cheeks, apply this liquid blush from Glossier and finish with this lip gloss.
Makeup Artist Tip: Removing long wearing eyeliner and mascara can be tough sometimes, but it's imperative to do it every time you wear it to avoid any irritations or infections. The easiest way to remove stubborn eyeliner or waterproof mascara is to first remove all makeup with a wipe, like these ones here from Cetaphil, then apply an eye makeup remover to the eyes to get rid of any residual. Apply the remover on the cotton pad then soak it on the eye for a bit before gently rubbing it off.
Try it With: Textured flat iron styled hair with this Coast Pro Ceramic Flat Iron and Phytovolume Volumizing Shampoo and Actif Volumizing Spray, with a spritz of Gucci Bamboo.