Glazed donut skin was originally introduced in the summertime a few seasons ago, but even as seasons change it’s showing no signs of slowing down, much like its fellow glass skin trend. If you didn’t know, the dewy trend is all about looking soft, smooth and glowy, much like the tasty treat that the phrase gets its name from.
Glazed donut skin can be achieved through both makeup and skin care products, but if you’re attached to your everyday makeup routine, it can be hard to know how to achieve the glistening look for yourself. Here, we list five makeup products that can help you embody the glazed donut skin trend.
This foundation is perfect for glazed donut skin makeup because it provides natural-looking coverage without being cakey. It’ll even your skin tone with a radiant finish, and the vitamin B3 and hydrating serum in the formula will further hydrate your skin all day.
With glazed donut skin, you want your blush color to be reminiscent of your skin’s natural flush, and this blush offers the best shades to pull off the look. A cream blush also works better than a powder option here, as it’ll melt into your skin seamlessly with no harsh streaks.
Lipstick can be drying and too harsh when you’re going for a dewy look, but this lipstick combines the hydration of a balm with the color payoff of a lipstick while still feeling lightweight. The product’s pomegranate extract also helps to reduce damage caused by UVB rays, and can also facilitate skin repair and promote regeneration of the epidermis.
If you’re looking for a product that can offer a two-in-one benefit, look no further than this lip and cheek tint. This multi-use product offers a sheer wash of color to both your lips and cheeks, and the aloe and rose extract both hydrates and soothes the skin.
Bronzers will help give you the warm finish that glazed donut skin requires, and you can use it on your cheekbones, forehead, chin and décolletage for a gorgeous sun-kissed glow. This soft powder formula is waterproof, sweatproof, transfer-proof, and non-comedogenic.
Written by: Témi Adebowale, Photo Design: Sarah Duvivier