4 makeup products that will make you look healthy

When you're feeling sick or just haven't had enough sleep the night before, it shows in your face. You look tired and not as healthy as you normally do. This can be a major problem if you have somewhere important to be like school or work. Luckily, there are a few makeup products that can save you. Here are four makeup products that will make you look fresh and healthy.

Liquid Highlighter

Liquid highlighter should be in every woman's makeup bag. It especially comes in handy when you're not looking your best. A little liquid highlighter can brighten your skin tone, making it look less sallow and dull. Just apply a liquid highlighter on your skin after you have put on your foundation. One of my favorite liquid highlighters is Benefit High Beam.

White Eye shadow

If you haven't had enough sleep the night before, your eyes can look very bloodshot. White eye shadow, however, can brighten your pupils in just a few seconds. All you have to do is dip an angled brush into some white eye shadow and apply it to the inner corners of your eyes. Your eyes will look so big and bright that no one will ever notice that you didn't get enough sleep.

Bright Lip gloss

Wearing bright lip gloss on your lips can brighten your entire complexion and make you look so healthy. If you are not comfortable wearing a red lip gloss, try a raspberry or rose colored one. You'll be amazed at how much of a difference it will make. Make sure to stay away from very nude and pale pink lip products because they will just make you look washed out.


Of course blush is going to be on this list. A little bit of blush on your cheeks can totally transform your dull complexion into a bright and healthy one. Just sweep some peach blush on your cheeks and you're all set to go.

Using these makeup products will make you look your best, even if you are not feeling your best.

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