If heavy make-up isn't your thing, there are ways to apply each product so your face simply looks fresh.
Australian make-up artist and founder of Christina Sikalias Beauty, Christina Sikalias shares her step-by-step guide on achieving an ultra natural look:
You want to start with a luminous base. Start by prepping your skin with an emollient moisturiser - this will help even out any dryness, smooth and soften the skin.
Use an illuminating primer that contains subtle pearls in it - this will add that 'lit from within' glow and make you look extra hydrated.
Stick to cream or liquid foundation. One way to get a more natural base is to mix a little moisturiser into your foundation. It'll dial down the coverage and give skin a dewier, natural finish.
Spot conceal any blemishes or redness. If you have dark circles I suggest patting it in with your finger, then finish off with a light dusting of translucent powder in your T- zone.
Brushing up the brows with a clear brow gel makes the biggest difference for 'no make-up' make-up looks. This will make your brows look fuller without needing to fill them in with a pencil, which can appear heavy when paired with light makeup.
Reach for a cream blush instead of powder to get a natural-looking glow.
I like to use a darker foundation (two shades darker) to contour rather than a bronzing powder. It'll add definition without too much striping or streaking, so that you can add shadows that look natural and seamless.
A great shadow for a soft natural eye is just a wash of bronzing powder. Sweep it over the whole lid and then add a little more into the socket. It's a soft look that adds natural definition.
Use highlighter to give you the mega glow you're looking for.
Apply a lip gloss to keep your lips looking and feeling moisturised. A subtle glossy lip goes perfectly with a fresh, dewy, hydrated look.
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