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On Mischa, the very talented Makeup Artist Molly Stern started with a medium coverage foundation to create a flawless base. She then used some cream highlighter on Mischa's cheek bones, bridge of the nose and brow bones to provide a subtle radiance and create a base for the powder blush and highlighter. A hint of baby pink blush on the cheeks, ivory highlighter on the lids and nude gloss completes this luminous look !


Some products that use can used for this glow are :

1. Four pearly shades that flatter every complexion. Glo Minerals Glo Shimmer Brick in Gleam, $32; gloskincare.com.


2. On Mischa! Bold iridescence in a delicate loose powder. Cover Girl Tru Blend blush in Pure Romance, $7; drugstore.com.

3. The best bet for porcelain skin. YSL Collector Powder for the Complexion, $60; yslbeautyus.com.

4. Two tones for instant cheekbones. Thierry Mugler Face Sculpt Blush & Light in Pink & White, $65; thierrymugler.com.

5. So finely milled, it looks like fairy dust and feels lighter than air. Givenchy Prisme Libre loose powder quartet in Dandy Beige, $63; sephora.com.

6. Combine them all for the ideal wintry mix. Prescriptives Fall Dimensions for cheeks and eyes, $35; at nordstrom.com.

Now that you have a luminous face , I will tell you soon on how to get luminous eyes ! Stay tuned ...I will have a simple post on luminous eyes later today !

Love,
Indian Girl

PS : I am excited OBAMA won. What were you doing last night? Were you crunching on popcorn, waiting for the results to be announced?

Also , the Thevi 25 % discount is only for 10 more days, so start getting your coupon codes !

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Nosh said... @ November 6, 2008 at 3:39 AM

I was so excited about Obama last night that I couldn't fall asleep lol.. I kept watching the same news over and over again :P My parents are republicans though (boooo) so I couldn't celebrate out loud and I had to go vote on the sly. =( But I have faith that Obama will change their minds! Yaaay :D

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