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6 Small Things You Can Do to Get Flawless Skin

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Sometimes it feels like no matter what you try—masks, topical treatments, buzzy new face-scrubbing tools—you just can’t score a blemish-free face. We know how tough it can be to pinpoint exactly what’s causing that nasty flareup, which is why we asked Linda Stephenson, founder of standout skincare brand Mèreadesso, for her best tips on getting a gorgeous complexion.

Not only is Stephenson a longtime veteran of the cosmetics industry, she also holds degrees in chemistry, biology, and botany! She created Mèreadesso to be an extrasimple line packed with good-for-your-skin ingredients—and if anyone knows how to revamp a cluttered skincare routine and focus on the right products, it’s her. Read on to find out Stephenson’s helpful hints for scoring flawless skin:

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5 Tips For Faking a Flawless Face Every Day

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Not all of us are born with perfect skin. If you’re like me, your face doesn’t exactly glow like a goddess when you wake up in the morning. Some women can walk out the door with just a swipe of mascara and a dash of gloss, but for me, I need at least a bit of concealer (okay, maybe A LOT of concealer) to feel presentable. I’ve accepted my imperfections but I’ve also learned a few tricks for faking flawless skin to use when I need a little extra help. Here are my favorite 5 tips:

1. The Benefit Primer That Outlasts Birchbox Co-Founder Katia’s 15-Hour Day

The very first step in having long-lasting, flawless makeup is using a great primer. After working hard to perfectly blend your foundation, there’s nothing worse than having it break up or smear throughout the day. That’s why I’ve added this Stay Flawless Primer from Benefit to my makeup arsenal. It holds up for 15-hours, which means you won’t have to worry about your makeup sliding or wearing off. 

2. Top Beauty Blunders: Foundation Blending

Now that we’ve got our face primed, next is foundation and concealer. While it may seem easy enough to blend out your base makeup, a lot of women fall victim to disastrous foundation situations. From mismatched shades to concealer abuse, these top beauty blunders expose the most common foundation blending mistakes and how to fix them. 

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Change Your Hair Gene, Kate Upton’s Personal Trainer Shares His Favorite Moves, and More
Will science find a way to change the gene that determines hair type and texture? Find out here. [New York Times]

Kate Upton’s personal trainer demonstrate’s his top three workout moves. [Glamour]


Make sure your strands are ready for summer with this ultimate hair guide. [Beauty High]


Get ready for a night out in 60 seconds with this superquick smoky eye tutorial. [BellaSugar]


Find the best toner for your skin that promises to deliver some even results. [Well + Good NYC]


—Charisse

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(Photo: Victoria Roberts)

Change Your Hair Gene, Kate Upton’s Personal Trainer Shares His Favorite Moves, and More

—Charisse

(Photo: Victoria Roberts)
A $75 Lipstick, The Secret Behind SJP’s Faux Hawk, and More
Find out why this $75 lipstick is worth the extra cash and then some. [NY Magazine]
Venus Williams gives Glamour the lowdown on her fitness routine and eating habits. [Glamour]
How long did it take to create SJP’s faux hawk hairstyle for the Met Gala? The stylist behind the look, Serge Normant, dishes on the details. [Who What Wear]

Virgin Atlantic enlists Vivienne Westwood to design new uniforms for all flight crew members. [Pretty Connected]


Demi Lovato has changed her hair yet again. Check out her new blonde hue here. [Glamour]
The ultimate guide to eye makeup, including tips for every eye shape. [BellaSugar]


Achieve flawless skin with makeup by watching this video tutorial. [Birchbox UK]
—Charisse
Fake a good night’s rest with these awake looking tricks.

(Photo: Serge Lutens)

A $75 Lipstick, The Secret Behind SJP’s Faux Hawk, and More

—Charisse

(Photo: Serge Lutens)