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Want to look glowing and gorgeous like the superstar squad*? We've got all the speedy luminous skin tricks you need.
Ready, steady, glow!
1. Pep up with fast facial massage
At the Oscars this year, Margot Robbie's make-up artist created her incredible luminosity using a special mini facial massage.
He worked a moisturiser into the actress' skin with upwards circular motions. The result? Circulation's boosted and skin looks W-O-W. Even just twenty seconds works a treat - try it.
2. Pick a clever primer
Celebs like Millie Mackintosh use a formula with light-reflective particles to look glowing from within.
To steal the look, we like Collection Reviving and Anti-Fatigue Illuminating Primer, £4.99, as it comes in two tones and doesn't look too glittery. Just apply a pea-sized amount with your fingers after moisturiser.
3. Be powder savvy
You should set your make-up with a hefty dose of powder right? Wrong! Take a leaf out of Nicole Scherzinger's beauty bible and just dust it on your T-zone to look sheeny but not shiny.
4. Apply foundation the smart way
Collection and Celebrity Make-up Artist Francesca Neill knows the importance of clever foundation application. There's no need to pile it all over, just disguise the areas that need a helping hand.
She uses Collection Illuminating Touch Foundation, £5.99, that looks gorgeous in photos and covers imperfections without looking cakey.
5. Use a magic mist
Starlets like Jennifer Aniston stash a face spritz in their bag to give their face a dewy glow – pronto. Look for formulas containing hydrating rose or Vitamin E like The Body Shop Vitamin E Face Mist, £9.50.
A celebrity make-up artist's most-used technique? Highlighting! Check out the video below to see our beauty writer's simple tutorial. It's packed with more celebrity cheats and make-up buys under a fiver!
*The celebrities featured do not endorse any of the products outlined in this article.
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