Look Healthy Even When You're Sick
Just because you don't feel good doesn't mean you have to look that way too. Here's how to look healthy even when you feel like crud
Fake that Healthy GlowLooking paler than you thought possible? It's time for some creative use of cosmetics -- and bronzer needs to be your new BFF.
Baldwin recommends sweeping the bronzer on your cheekbones and forehead (stay away from your nose if it's already red) for a warm, sun-kissed glow. Try NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna, $33.
Then, top with a blush. Campain likes cream versions, which she says will give you a more dewy, revitalized appearance than a powder. Dab a clean makeup sponge with just a little blush, then apply it to the apples of your cheeks. "Your goal should be to look like you just played a game of tennis," she says. "Stay away from plum colors and select something closer to the peachy-pink family."
Her favorite option is surprisingly affordable: Graftobian Crème Rouge in Warm Blush, $5. If you're not familiar with it, Graftobian is a makeup company most well known in the theatre set, but the products work great off-stage as well.
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