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gee_jade asked:

13 Nov 2010

how do i achieve a dewy look?

i've seen lots of celebrities sporting the dewy look and i love that it looks fresh and vobrant, it's so glowy, i have oily face what's the best way to achieve it? also, i wanna make dancer guy see what he really lost, we have a "forbidden" love story and it sucks so bad!!!!!!! >_<



sena95 says:

Posted on 13 Nov 2010


If you have super clear skin, get a glow by applying a sheer tinted moisturizer to your entire face and skipping the powder.


Blend a shimmery gel into the apples of your cheeks.


If you have some things going on with your skin you'd like to hide, apply a liquid foundation to your entire face, and then dust with a shimmer powder. Finish by lightly spritzing your face with a hydrating mist.


Step 1: Make your skin smooth

Your skin is a canvas. You can paint pretty on bare walls but you cannot "paint pretty" on skin ravaged by a rough texture. Thus, the first step to getting the fun, dewy look is to remove the dead, dry and all around ugly layers of your skin.

A cheap and painless way to do this is with a two-dollar bottle of cuticle remove. Yes, that's right. You don't always need a $90 facial to peel away the ragged layers of your skin when a makeshift "skin softener" will do.

Cuticle removers dissolve skin proteins while its detergents like sulfates lift and remove dirt. Additionally, some cuticle removers contain agents like sodium chloride to leave the skin moist. To soften your skin with a cuticle remover do the following:

1. Cleanse your face your favorite face soap, I'll just suggest your basic glycerin soap 2. Pat your skin dry 3. Smooth on a layer of the cuticle remover to your face while avoiding your eye area 4. Allow the cuticle remover to act on your skin for one to two minutes 5. Rinse off the cuticle remover

Step 2: Build layers of moisture

The true key to getting that moist, dewy look is actually having skin that is moisture rich. Dry, sickly skin will never have a vibrant dewy look. With that, our next steps on the road to "Operation Dewy Face" is to infuse the skin with serious moisture.

Step 3: Design and use a facial mist

My favorite thing to do in the morning is to spray my face with my own, customized facial mist. I created this mist for less than three dollars while I would have to shell out over $20 to buy a similar facial mist at stores. Here's how to make your own facial mist:

1. Get a 4 to 8-ounce bottle with a spray nozzle or go environmental and recycle one that you have lying around your home. 2. Go to the drug store and go to the skin care aisle. Grab a 4-ounce bottle of "Rose Water" with glycerin. This is a generic, and thus cheap natural skin care product. Do not let the price deceive you though. This steal has almost all of the items you need to make a high-class facial mist- a rose hydrosol and a moisture locking ingredient glycerin. 3. While you are shopping, get a bottle of witch hazel. It' will run you between two to four dollars. 4. Now, mix two ounces of the "Rose Water" mix with two ounces of the witch hazel in your bottle with a spray nozzle. Now you have a wonderful facial mist. 5. You can customize this facial mist by adding a few drops of essential oils like ravensara, rose, lavender, geranium or ylang-ylang. Moreover, you can add a spring of rosemary, peppermint or citrus to your mist for added botanical benefits.

Step 4: Add on the layers of moisture to your skin

Now that you have smooth, clean skin, and a facial mist, you are ready to build the moisture layers that will create that darling dewy look.

Here's how you create those moisture layers once your have smoothed your skin with the cuticle remover:

1. Spray your skin with your facial mist. A light layer of visible moisture should remain on your skin. The proceeding layers of moisturizers will lock in the moisture this facial spray offers. 2. Now, this step may seem silly, but it makes a noticeable difference in the final look of your skin. Cleanse your hands. Then rub on a deep moisturizing hand cream to your hands. This step matters because you are using your hands to apply a moisturizer to your face. If your hands are dry and cracked, your fingers will absorb much of the moisturizer intended for your face. 3. Next, if it's daytime, smooth on your sunscreen (even if your makeup foundation has a sunscreen). If it is nighttime, smooth on a light facial cream instead. 4. Spray your face once more with the facial mist, but use a lighter layer than you did earlier. This spray does not need to be visible. 5. Next, mix a pea-sized amount of your liquid foundation with a pea-sized amount of your facial moisturizer. 6. Smooth on the foundation and moisturizer combination onto your face. Dewy is done.

Step 5: Repeat

Now, daily, repeat step four, while making certain to soften your skin with a cuticle remover or compatible skin care product. This repetition is critical because each day that you infuse moisture into your skin, you prepare your skin for a fresh, healthy, dewy look. Enjoy the dew.


fathima says:

Posted on 14 Nov 2010

celeb pics are air-brushed, so really, nobody looks like that, but drinking plenty of water plumps out your skin,

light, but regular exercise, such as walking, helps to keep away or reduce cellulite. Eat a healthy balanced diet, lots of fruit and veg and get atleast 8 hours sleep. Gentle exfoliation once a week is also very beneficial, but don't over-do it, gently does it.

gud luck.

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