Get The Grammy Gleam

The Grammys were all about gleaming, glided shine. The golds, the platinums and sparkle were simply stunning. Even though you won't have the dress, with the right products you can still get the look.

Start by prepping skin with a radiance enhancing primer, like Laura Mercier's Radiance Primer.

Next, try a foundation that boosts radiance; not a shine or sparkle, but a foundation that gives skin the healthiest appearance possible. Try It Cosmetics Celebration Illuminating Foundation. (It's amazing for a powder- trust!)

Apply a sheer color to the cheeks to give the slightest pop of color. Tarte's Blushing Bride is a perfect shade for almost anyone. It's a hint of bright pink that goes on cool and leaves a slight flush behind.

Go easy on the eyes. All you need is a shimmering metallic on the lids and a bit of eyeliner to really make your eyes stand out. Try Stila's Magnetic Foils Finish in Kitten for a warm glow. For cool toned beauties, try Chanel's Illusion d'Ombre in Fantasme.  Try lining just the outer third of the upper and lower lid to add a little drama to your look.

Give lashes a glamorous touch with Too Faced's Better Than Sex Mascara. It's blacker than black and shiny to boot. It adds length and volume with just the right amount of sexy.

Keep lips subtle with one of Maybelline's new Color Sensational In the Buff lipcolor. Each shade is a true nude, with a satin finish.

Complete the look by setting your makeup with Bobbi Brown's Pearl Porcelain Setting Powder to really up the radiance. This translucent powder doesn't add shine or sparkle, but does help you look lit from within.

Stand tall, walk with confidence and work it!

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