How To Create Radiant Skin

Having a skin that radiates with health and is flawless will enhance your beauty manifolds. You can get a radiant skin even if you have some problems with your complexion or skin by using the products that suit your skin and using them at the right places.

Dry Skin

To get rid of dry patches, apply a face primer with luminizing property. Next, apply a makeup foundation having liquid or cream base. Blend it well. For the areas under the eyes, use a pink-colored concealer. Go for a foundation-shade concealer to treat the trouble spots. After this, highlight the upper part of your cheekbones with a cream shimmer that comes in shades of bronze, pale pink or pale gold.

For mature skin, don’t put shimmer close to the lines that appear near the eyes. You can dust a translucent powder on your t-zone, which will give freshness to your cheeks. You can even use an eye shadow brush to dust a little powder over the eyelids. However, don’t apply excess of it.

Oily Skin

To make your complexion even, use a primer first and then apply a liquid foundation carefully on your face. Next, apply a translucent powder as using colored powders will create streaks on the skin. To get a natural glow, keep the cheekbones and the forehead bare (without powder).

Don’t use foundations having a cream to powder base as they may smudge when the natural oils of your skin mix with them. You can use a dusting of powder shimmer sparingly on the upper part of your cheekbone. You may use a fan brush for the purpose. It’s wise to use blotting papers to keep the makeup in place.

Combination (Problem) Skin

Apply primer first step and then liquid foundations having natural ingredients that are free from paraben. This will help you to have a look that stays for the entire day. Use spot conceal to treat blemishes. Use a concealer brush having a small tip. Dip it in the concealer, dab on the exact spot and use the brush to blend it lightly. If you have rosacea, use a yellow colored conceal after foundation so that no redness is visible.