Exfoliating is the best way to even out the texture of your skin and brush away any dead skin cells that may be sitting on your face. A nice gentle exfoliant will help minimise pore, clear breakouts and give your skin that super healthy glow. Make sure you only exfoliate 1-2 times a week otherwise you will strip away good cells and oils, making the exfoliant become your worst enemy!
St Ives Apricot Exfoliant
Moisturising is the a simple and easy step to help create glowing skin. Using a gel or cream based moisturiser (depending on your skin type) will keep your skin hydrated and looking fresh all day. It even stops fine lines and wrinkles from forming… major plus!
Neutrogena Hydro Gel Moisturiser
3) Purchase an illuminating primer
The addition of an illuminating primer will help your skin have that subtle glow from within. Sometime applying foundation can make your skin look flat and lifeless. Applying this primer will give you inner glow even when you have placed matte foundation on top, making your foundation look natural.
DB Cosmetics Rise and Prime Illuminating Primer
4) Buy a good foundation
Buying a foundation that isn't too matte or full coverage is essential to creating glowing skin. Buy a foundation that is super full coverage and you may as well not have bothered with the illuminating primer. Instead off full coverage, you might want to add less of a fuller coverage foundation or opt for a dewy foundation that will mask your imperfection but still keep that glow shining through.
Maybelline Fit Me Dewy and Smooth Foundation
5) Get a bronzer
Bronzing up your face is just another small way you can glow with your makeup. Apply the bronzer to your cheek bones, high forehead and under your chin to give your face some extra detention. That extra dimension will help people focus on the centre of your face and therefore notice the glowing parts of your skin.
Benefit Cosmetics Holla Bronzer