By now, we're sure you've mastered the art of highlighting your face. Sometimes, though, no matter how perfectly you highlight, your selfies are simply not doing your makeup skills justice. So how do you level up your glow without looking like a grease ball? Check out these celeb-approved tips below!
1. Kim Chiu
No time to use a separate blush and highlighter? Dust some rose gold magic on your cheekbones to give your cheeks a beautiful sheen.
2. Yassi Pressman
If you want your dewy skin to stand out, apply the rest of your makeup sparingly. See how Yassi used the tiniest amount of blush and contour so she can go all-out with her highlight!
3. Maine Mendoza
Wearing a strapless frock for date night? Make those shoulders beam. After highlighting your face, add some product on your collarbones and shoulders, too. Start with a cream highlighter and layer it with a powder highlighter for maximum shine.
4. Mariel Padilla
To give yourself an instant face lift, place your highlighter higher than usual. See how Mariel's glow starts almost right underneath her eyes for that baby doll sheen!
5. Kylie Verzosa
Highlighter doesn't always have to be blinding and full of shimmer. A matte glow looks just as good in photos as it does in real life, and it's a great alternative to shimmer if you're oily or breaking out. It's easy to nail, too; just use a matte face powder two shades lighter than your skin tone!
6. Ylona Garcia
But if you want your cheekbones to really stand out, drop the natural-looking hues for a pastel color like lilac. Use the color on your eyes as well to tie the look together.
7. Issa Pressman
Finish off your cheeks with silver stickers that will reflect the light. Selfies from your nights-out will never be too dark by Instagram standards again.