Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Rosy cheeks are easy with a few natural cosmetics

Now that the weather is not so cold, us ladies have lost the rosy glow to our cheeks but, fear not, natural cosmetics can help to solve this.

Women should start with well-hydrated skin to make sure that their base is nourished, followed by tinted moisturiser.

Makeup expert Ruby Hammer recently emphasised this to Stylist magazine, saying that priming skin with moisturiser before foundation is applied helps it to stay in place.

The Times advised that full-coverage foundation is too heavy for the look, so the coloured moisturiser will rejuvenate the complexion.

Following that, ladies should buy light-reflecting natural cosmetics, including concealer, to give a glow. The newspaper suggested applying it under the eyes, around the nostrils, the centre of the chin and any other blemishes.

Next up ladies need to get a pearly luminous highlighter, applying it to the cheekbones, the brow bone, the cupid's bow and on the bridge of the nose.

The last step is applying cream blusher, with the newspaper adding: 'Get to grips with cream versions instead. Smile and lightly pat a small amount of the cream blush onto the roundest part of your cheeks.'ADNFCR-2885-ID-19581107-ADNFCR

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