3 Ways to Get Radiant Skin in Seconds

Illuminators are the cosmetic equivalent of espresso, energizing tired skin. (The secret isn’t caffeine, though; it’s optical diffusers.)

by Genevieve Monsma
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Laura Mercier Mineral Illuminating Powder in Candlelight ($34; lauramercier.comworks well on oily-to-normal skin, giving it a subtle glint without leaving it too dewy.

If your skin is on the dry side, you may prefer Chanel Le Blanc Light Revealing Brightening Makeup Base SPF 30 ($55; chanel.comor IT Cosmetics Hello Light Anti-Aging Powder Illuminizer ($35; qvc.com); both contain hydrating hyaluronic acid.

Next: 6 Anti-Aging Must-Haves from 2013's Big Beauty Try-On

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First published in the November 2013 issue

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