My rosy cheeks tend to get a little too rosy! And having red skin does not a gorgeous (and natural looking) summer glow make!
It seems like I’m always on the hunt for beauty products that will even out my skin tone. And while there’s no cure-all, I’ve found a powder that truly helps even out the stituation: Stila Set & Correct Powder ($34).
It contains a trio of color-correcting setting powders: green (to reduce redness), lavender (to counteract yellow undertones), and peach (to brighten and illuminate.)
Simply twist the dial to “shave” the compact evenly, swirl your brush in the loose powder, and apply!
Yes, it definitely helps even skin tone and reduce redness, but what I love most is that is doesn’t make your skin look “chalky,” which many powders tend to do. Stila says its secret is the way the powder is “baked,” combined with the infusion of Vitamin E and jojoba oils. Whatever the reason is, I’m loving it!
I like to apply Set & Correct after my BB cream and HD Concealer (Make Up For Ever, if you must know!), then finish things off with a light veil of bronzer. Whichever way you choose to apply it, this stuff is foolproof to use and will give your skin a super soft sheen. It's perfect for sunny days and steamy summer nights!
Stila has also launched a new shade of Custom Color Blush: Self-Adjusting Bronze ($20). The beauty of this one-shade-fits-all compact is that it adjusts to your skin’s pH level, resulting in a hue that’s unique to you!
This blush leaves behind a beautiful bronze shimmer that makes your skin appear utterly sun kissed. The satiny powder is easy to blend, but I learned very quickly that a little goes s a long way, so my tip is to apply sparingly!
I knew I had achieved a flawless flush when my husband said that my face had a “summer glow.” Score one (ahem, two) for Stila!
You can find these products at Ulta, Sephora, and StilaCosmetics.com.
*Disclaimer: The product(s) reviewed in this article was provided to GalTime by the public relations firm that represents the manufacturer. All opinions are those of the author.