Tan or neutral-colored heels will make your legs look longer. Plus, they are super-cute year-round.
By: Francesca Velasquez
To get the full glow of the barely-there makeup look, start by getting enough hours of sleep and drinking plenty of fluids. Keep these other tips in mind:
Skin: Rain or shine, wear sunscreen to protect your skin and prevent pigmentation from occurring. Opt for a tinted moisturizer with SPF to even out your tone and protect your skin. And since Latinas are prone to pigmentation, consider a dark-spot corrector.
Eyes: Think full eyebrows and a light coat of mascara. To make your natural eye color pop, use nude or sheer eye shadows. Then, apply a whiter shade to the central portion of the eyelid.
Lips: The idea is to add a hint of color. Use light lip colors, such as soft pinks or a rosy lip stain, both of which can also be applied to cheeks (under the cheek bone) to add a flush of color. Bright shades, such red, also work.
Francesca Velasquez is a first-time contributor to Las Fabulosas.