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How to Look Glowy When You Are Sick- Chronic Illness Beauty Tips

by Wasifa Ahmad Hasan

It’s Friday already, which means there’s a new video on my Youtube! In today’s video, I am sharing my personal tips on how to look glowy when you are sick and looking dull. We all have one of those days when we are looking tired, dull, and need some extra boost to look fresh and glowy. Check out how I look glowy and fresh on one of those days. Follow my channel for more chronic illness beauty tips.

Chronic Illness Beauty Tips:

Products Used:

High Glass Face Primer • NYX
High Glass Finishing Powder • NYX
High Beam Liquid Highlighter • Benefit Cosmetics
TruBlend Undercover Concealer • Cover Girl
Clean Fresh Skin Milk Foundation • Cover Girl
Derma E Essentials Tinted Moisturizing BB Cream SPF 30 (Oil Free) – Fair 44ml/1.5oz • Derma E
New Heights Mascara • Ulta
COVER FX – Illuminating Setting Powder • COVER FX
Urban Decay Cosmetics Brow Blade Waterproof Eyebrow Pencil and Ink Stain
Mini MAC Lipstick • M·A·C
Cremesheen Glass • M·A·C
MAC Clear Lipglass • M·A·C
Pixi Glow Mist • Pixi

For more Chronic Illness Beauty Tips, check out 7 Ways To Look Younger With Makeup.

Chronic Illness Beauty Tips

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