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eye color. Opt for a waterproof formula for your mascara and eyeliner if you are planning on swimming or activities that are conducive to perspiration.

Step 4: Add Healthy Color A hint of color gives your face a healthy glow, but achieving it through a tan is not a healthy choice. While it’s true that those with fair skin can look pale, that is easily rectified with a bit of blush. To determine the shade of blush that would look most natural on you, match the color your face takes on when you exercise.   Find the right spot for your blush by smiling and then applying it to the apple of your cheek and back toward the center of your ear.  Don’t try to spread the color below that point.  Too low a blush line will make your face appear wider than it actually is. offer 100% UV protection. Before you make your purchase, try the pair on for fit and to ascertain that the lenses are not too light. You should not be able to see your eyes through them when you look at your reflection. With a smart choice of hat and sunglasses, you will look glamorous while avoiding sunburn.

Step 3: The Eyes Have It When you take off your sunglasses, your eyes should be ready to face the world.  People are naturally drawn to the eyes in a person’s face, so it deserves some of your attention, too. If you are fortunate enough to have truly thick, dark lashes, then you can skip mascara and just highlight your eyes with a touch of eyeliner or eyeshadow if you wish.  But for those of us who are not blessed with thick, long, dark lashes, mascara is the form of makeup we hold to be most essential.  While black mascara is the almost universal choice, if your hair is blond or red, you may consider a brown or “soft” black for a more natural look than that produced by an intense black.  If you want more intense color, you can experiment with mascaras with a hint of purple or green to bring out your

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For natural looking lips, choose a shade that is just a bit deeper than your lips’ natural color. The lipstick alone gives your lips some measure of sun protection, but you can layer it over a sunblock for lips or look for a lipstick with built in SPF.    If the color looked fine in the tube, but not on you, don’t toss it out right away.  There may be a remedy.   Lighten too dark lipstick with a pale tinted gloss.  Darken a too light lipstick by using a brown-tinted lip pencil to line and serve as a foundation color on your lips.  But be sure that the darker color of the lipliner does not show create an outline that is darkly distinct from the rest of your lip color. You can also opt for a light touch of glamour by just applying lip gloss or a lightly tinted gloss.  For a highlighting effect that makes your lips look fuller, place a light dab of gloss just in the center of your lips.

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