3 Instant Ways to Get Glowing–Without Highlighter


After all those hours spent on the daily grind, your skin might need a little help to keep that glow. Aside from eating right, drinking lots of water, and the more obvious trick of applying highlighter, there are actually more (and easier) ways for you to achieve luminous skin.

Ready to get glowing? Try these 3 quick-yet-overlooked tricks!

1. Spritz on a Facial Mist


You might think it’s just basically water or a product to set your makeup with, but it’s a lot more than that. The nourishing ingredients in face mists help boost your skin’s radiance–something you won’t get with just water. It calms and hydrates, leaving your skin smoother and more luminous. Plus point: it gives your makeup a dewy finish.

2. Apply Two to Three Drops of Face Oil

Beauty Oil

Applying oil to the face sounds wrong, and we won’t be surprised if you feel hesitant. But with the right kind of oil, your skin will be plump and dewy!  Smooth on two to three drops of the product onto your face and gently massage. If you don’t want it everywhere, you can apply it only on the areas you usually put highlighter on. Use face oils that are rich in minerals and vitamins, like Jojoba— it’s best for acne-prone and sensitive skin.

3. Apply a Daily Serum


Serums are a magic concoction, packed with high concentrations of nourishing ingredients that target specific skin woes (dryness, dullness, acne, and huge pores). And the healthier the skin, the more natural the glow.

Our highly recommended serum: 


La Mer Revitalizing Hydrating Serum 

This refreshing serum will keep your skin hydrated all day. It has Lime Tea Concentrate—a powerful antioxidant that plumps up cells and visibly softens lines. At the same time, its healing energy ingredient called the Miracle Broth will repair and revitalize your skin leaving you with a healthier glow. Using your fingertips, gently apply onto the face and neck every morning and evening.

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