Sneaky Beauty Tricks to Get That “Natural” Look

It’s ironic that nailing the “natural” look often takes a crazy amount of time and products. Luckily, that doesn’t have to be the case. Bobbi Brown makeup artist Cassandra Garcia says that one of Bobbi’s biggest mottos is that every woman wants to look like themselves—just more beautiful and confident. That seemed to the goal on an episode of Good Morning America last week when Bobbi gave three breast cancer survivors some well-deserved makeovers to bring out their natural beauty.

Pick the right base

You want something that gives enough coverage without totally covering you up. Bobbi always says that she doesn’t want to see foundation and concealer, she wants to see skin, says Garcia. Look for oil-free products if you have especially oily skin, and opt for moisturizing foundations or tinted creams if you’re on the drier side, says Garcia. And steer clear of the matte finishes. “If you go too matte, it starts to look like makeup and not skin,” says Garcia.

Find your perfect blush

Not sure if you should go pink, red, or peach? “When picking a cheek color, you always want to use the color of your lips or your natural blush color,” says Garcia. So if you can’t think of how rosy your cheeks typically get, just hold options up to your lips to find the right hue.

Use the chest test for bronzer

Avoid a code orange over-bronzing by using the color of your chest as a guide. The key is thinking about your skin’s undertones and how you tan, says Garcia. Since your chest is typically a more even tone than your face, you can use this as a starting point. Once you find your shade, don’t forget to sweep a little on your neck and upper lip—two of the most commonly overlooked spots, says Garcia.

Get a subtle glow

Highlighter is one of those tricky products that’s easy to get wrong. If you go too light, you’ll risk a whitish or silvery effect. “Pick one in your skin tone so it just looks like you’re glowing,” says Garcia. Apply it right at the highest point of your cheeks for a little shimmer when the light hits you.

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