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Bright, Beauty Tips From Expert Makeup Artist

MISSION, KS -- (Marketwired) -- 03/27/14 -- (Family Features) You don't have to be a celebrity to pull off stunning red carpet looks. This spring, get the same glamorous glow by adding a few simple steps into your beauty routine.

As one of Hollywood's most admired makeup artists, Pati Dubroff has worked with many A-listers, including Charlize Theron, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julianne Moore and Sheryl Crow. With such loyal followers seeking her expertise and creative vision, it's no wonder Dubroff's beauty secrets are desired by women everywhere. On a mission to help ladies let their inner beauty shine a little brighter on the outside, Dubroff offered up some helpful pointers on how to glam up for the new season.

Expert tips for you
To let your makeup routine mimic the carefree and easygoing spring days ahead, Dubroff provided these simple beauty tips:

  • Let Skin Illuminate
    A youthful glow is always in style, but this season it's especially chic. For the eyes, go with subtle gold tones to frame the lids. Your cheekbones will have a natural, flattering pop when you brush on a soft apricot blush.

  • Try Multi-Use Products
    It's an exciting time in the beauty world, with products being introduced that serve multiple uses. These helpful products allow you to save time and money while you beautify. Streamline your skin routine with Jergens BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream, which delivers flawless results in just five days.

  • Think Pink
    For spring, go with bright, happy and vibrant pink shades to add color to your lips and to complete your ensemble.

    "I love to replace a red lipstick with an equally alive and vibrant shade of pink," said Dubroff. "I find the deeper brights more wearable -- but some people love and look great in more vivid neon like shades -- blondes especially."

  • Beautify All Over
    Warm spring weather means skirts, dresses and sleeveless blouses will soon be a major fixture in your wardrobe -- so get ready to show off those arms and legs. Make sure your beauty routine gives special treatment to the areas you don't often think about. Use an all-over skin product, such as Jergens BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream, which hydrates, illuminates, evens, firms and corrects, leaving your skin radiant and ready to show a little skin.

  • Add Warmth
    Moving away from the winter months, it's time for your skin to have some warmth. Get the look by incorporating a touch of a darker shade of tinted moisturizer and add a bit of foundation on the outer portions of face. This gives a bronzy hint without the heavy orangey powder bronzes most people use.

From the perfect pout to lustrous legs, incorporate a few of these beauty tips into your day and you'll be turning heads -- even without the red carpet. For other great skin-perfecting ideas, visit www.jergens.com.

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