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New @DevezinBeauty: Fall beauty trends to get you in the mood for sweater weather

Not just a trend, there’s a good reason for craving dewy skin—it not only looks feminine and natural, but plump hydrated skin is a sign of good health, wealth and most importantly youth—something we all want. The good news: You don’t have to be a 14-year old-model, have me on speed dial, or chug several liters of water a day to get a perfectly dewy visage.

Of course, mastering these tricks requires a solid foundation, which means you shouldn’t skimp on exfoliating, moisturizing, and drinking (a reasonable) amount of water. Once you’ve done that, read on for tips & tricks that really work to achieve enviable dewy skin.

Don't
Don’t dab liquid highlighter on after your foundation—mix a drop into it, and apply with a damp Beauty Blender, or another high-quality sponge.

Do
Add a drop of cold-pressed avocado oil to cream or gel blush—it’s thick enough to not make the color run, but will add a dewier finish.

If you’re not a fan of liquid highlighters, grab a small pot of peach, gold, beige, or white eye-shadow. From there, press with your finger on to your cheekbones for a subtle dewy finish. If you’re really in a DIY mood, crack the shadow and mix with a little coconut oil for an instant highlighter.

Eye-shadow Tip:
Pat foundation, concealer or primer (either will work) over eyelids. Choose a subtle nude hue that has a hint of shimmer and quickly sweep it across the lid. If you want, use brown eyeliner to faintly line the upper lid along the lash line. Curl lashes and finish eyes with a swipe of mascara; add a sheer lip color and you're done.

Learn to master a flawless, barely there finish. The latest glow-enhancing formulas put the spotlight on your complexion. To get your most enviably skin ever, follow the above tips.


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