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how to: avoid flaws with the right makeup shades

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    If there’s one thing we’ve learned from YouTube makeup stars, it’s that there’s nothing the right makeup can’t fix. Here’s how products like red lipstick and white eyeliner can take care of your beauty woes.

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    Red lipstick
    Is drinking a lot of coffee making your teeth yellow? Choose a red lipstick that has blue undertones to make your teeth appear whiter. Because blue has a cool undertone, it counteracts any yellowness in the teeth.

    Glow recommends: Nars Lipstick in Jungle Red

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    White eyeliner
    Need to look awake for an 8 a.m. meeting? To open up your eyes, add white eyeliner to the inner corners of your eyes to look less tired.

    Glow recommends: Stila Stay all day waterproof liquid eyeliner in Snow

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    Whether you have acne or dark circles, a concealer can instantly hide skin flaws. Use a concealer that is one or two shades lighter to neutralize dark areas without attracting unwanted attention.

    Glow recommends: Cargo Jet Lag Concealer

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    Nothing does a better job at hiding flaws than tanned skin. Camouflage skin imperfections by layering a self-tanning oil with a bronzer. Try using St. Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil (buy now) with Cargo The Big Bronzer (buy now).

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    Eyebrow pencil
    In case you haven’t received the memo, it’s all about fuller eyebrows at the moment. Filling in your brows with the wrong shade can have disastrous results so make sure you pick a shade that’s as close to your natural brow shade as possible. Use short, dash-like strokes to fill in any sparse areas.

    Glow recommends: Anastasia Beverly Hills Perfect Brow Pencil

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    Contouring is a great way to enhance your facial structure. The key is to make it look subtle, not noticeable. Unless you have tanned skin, avoid bronzers to contour and stick to matte shades. Create the illusion of a shadow with tones like beige, brown, taupe and grey.

    Glow recommends: Stila Shape & Shade Custom Contour Duo

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