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Make the Most of Your 20s With These Celebrity Makeup Artist Product Picks

Make the Most of Your 20s




celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 1: Tinted moisturizer

Flaunt your youthful, glowing complexion with a tinted face cream or a lightweight foundation, says Edna De Jesus, a celebrity makeup artist for the Today show.
We like Almay Smart Shade Skin Balancing Makeup SPF 15 ($14; at drugstores).

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 2: Treatment concealer

To cover a blemish, opt for a medicated camouflage cream, such as Clinique Acne Solutions Clearing Concealer ($14; clinique.com).

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 3: Blush or bronzer

A pop of color will play up your radiance. Go bronze if you have golden undertones; opt for pink if you're paler. We like The Body Shop Autumn Trend Compact in Berry ($21; bodyshop.com).

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 4: Mascara

You can get away with black or colored mascara (some bright tones make older eyes look sleepy). Our top pick: Too Faced Lashgasm Mascara in Black ($21; toofaced.com).

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 5: Brow brush

Overeager brow plucking can leave you with permanently bald patches. Instead, swipe hairs in place with a brow brush, like the Aveda Flax Sticks Brow & Lash Brush ($17; aveda.com for stores), dipped in a tiny drop of petroleum jelly, suggests Mario Dedivanovic, a celebrity makeup artist in L.A.

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 6: Lip gloss

A little gloss enhances dewy skin and lends polish to your look. Go for Chanel Glossimer in Petit Peche ($27; chanel.com).

 



celebrity makeup artistCelebrity Makeup Artist Favorite 7: Oil blotter

Sebum-absorbing sheets, like Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers ($12; tatcha.com), are perfect for pre-date touch-ups.

 


Warning from a celebrity makeup artist: Don't even think about using thick foundation
"Since your skin is already close to flawless, a cakey base can look heavy and age you," says Mathew Nigara, a celebrity makeup artist for N.Y.C. New York Color Cosmetics.

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