First there was contouring, the makeup look that created super-defined lines and made you apply so much product, you may have forgotten what you actually looked like. Now, there’s non-touring, a look that makes your skin look dewy with a natural glow and not super matte or dry.
This is a perfect go-to makeup style you can wear during the day or night that gives you an everlasting golden radiance and a fresh-from-vacation glow.
Ready to try out this out? Here are a few simple and easy steps to achieve a non-toured look!
Start off with the Tint Skin Foundation for a lightweight coverage that goes on seamlessly and blends effortlessly to cover imperfections and even out your skin tone. The formula has hyaluronic acid, which promotes smoother-looking skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
For lightening up the skin under your eyes and at the tops of your cheekbones, use the Touchup Skin Concealer Pen. If you have problematic skin or blemishes, use this concealer as a spot treatment. And unlike other concealers that move or crease, this one stays in place for long-lasting, flawless wear.
Add Color Contour Matte Bronzer on the outside parts of your face, but try not to apply the bronzer at the center and higher points of your face. Brush the powder on your forehead and cheekbones using the Powder Brush for an even and light bronzed effect. Here’s an image to show you where to highlight and contour your face.
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For an added glow, use the Lustro Shimmer Oil, a dry oil made from jojoba, grape-seed, and sesame oils. It absorbs quickly, giving you a beautiful, sun-kissed effect. Apply it to the high areas of your face, cheekbones, bridge of your nose and cupid’s bow. Feel free to use it all over your body as well!
To finish off the look, apply the Lip Gloss in Opal to your lips for a subtle shine. This gloss goes on smoothly, giving you perfect amount of sheer without making your lips feel sticky. Plus, it’s ultra-moisturizing, so you don’t have to worry about your lips drying out or cracking.