First thing I do after I’ve applied my foundation is apply concealer. I like to go one shade lighter than my foundation for a brighter affect around the eyes.
Next, I add a powder (again a shade lighter) to set the concealer in place for all day wear.
Lastly, my favorite part is to highlight the inner corners of my eyes; it gives such an illuminating effect to my whole face.
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You look great! It’s crazy how big of a difference a little brightening around the eyes can make– especially in the winter!
It really can make a difference. I find myself taking the extra 3 seconds to look my best
Wow your eyes look great, you can definitely tell a difference! Beautiful!
I agree, such a big difference. Thanks Alex
That inner corner highlight works amazingly.
It’s my favorite part
I love these simple techniques to make the eyes brighter and give the complexion that nice glow! Thanks for sharing girl! Rita @ http://www.CoastWithMe.com
I’m glad you find it helpful!
I love the little highlight trick, really works! x
Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves
It makes such a difference
Thank you Jen! These 3 steps can really make your face glow
Thank you! I’m happy your following as well I’ll definitely check it out.
So beautiful! I love that just a few simple products can make such a big difference <3 xo
I’m a big fan too of highlighting the corner of my eye – it makes all the difference, I think! (Although, seriously, gorgeous in both the before and after photos!)
You made me smile, so sweet… Thank you
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It’s a big difference what a little steps it takes to look more brighter and wide eyed. I love your site! looks chic and welcoming! Thanks for sharing you tips next tip i am reading is the depotting the lipsticks Gurrrl you read my mind! xoxo-Cyndi “Cdel Beauty”
Thank you I’m glad you’re finding these tips useful.
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