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Hi, guys! Today I'm sharing a much anticipated makeup tutorial with you all! It seems these freezing cold winter months have really put my skin in a dull state. I was shopping around Walgreens a couple weeks ago for some "pick-me-up" products (AKA my excuse for buying more makeup) and stumbled across some awesome new products to revive my skin and give it a fresh glow....and I'm not talking about the "snow white glow", either!
I feel like a kid in a candy store when I go to Walgreens and see a ton of new products and displays! On this particular trip, I have to say, Revlon really wowed me with their new collection - but of course, I didn't stop there! I actually received an awesome coupon that gave me extra points on beauty purchases when I used my my Walgreens Balance Rewards Card (talk about racked up points!) Take a look at some of my daily products I use to get my winter "glow" on! #CollectiveBias
Getting the "Real" Glow
A few of you may have already seen me RAVE about this amazing gradual tanner I found in Walgreen's beauty section. It has literally became my holy grail lotion and self tanner. Imagine, a gradual tanner that doesn't smell bad, streak, and dries quickly - this one does all of those things! I own the "Fair to Medium" bottle but I actually went back and got the "Medium to Tan" bottle and started mixing them, the color is flawless and I can't believe I'm actually wearing my summer color foundations, in the winter!
Add a Little Sparkle
Oh yes, you guessed it, these adorable little Revlon shadows click together to make a custom palette! I was so glad when I saw these at my local Walgreens, and of course, couldn't resist making my own warm/neutral palette to brighten up my eyes! I love the pearlescent sheen these shades give my eyes. I picked up "Oyster", "Sand", "Java", and "Blush".
Mixing the "Glow"
I found an awesome new product Revlon has recently put out called "Skin Lights". These liquid illuminators are perfect to mix into your foundation for an all over natural radiance! I got the "Bare Light" which is a gorgeous champagne color that would be universal for all skin tones! I like to mix a small dot into my foundation for a natural radiance. Don't worry if if you have oily skin, this product does not make you look shiny or oily! Also, if you're looking for more of a bronzey, pink, or even peachy glow...Revlon has got you covered too! the "Skin Lights" come in four different shades!
How I Get My "Glow"
Enjoy this quick tutorial on how I use these fresh and glowing products!