Faith Hill, mom of 3 girls, performs America the Beautiful during the Super Bowl Pregame Show.  She always looks, and sounds, beautiful but I thought she looked especially glowing and radiant tonight!  Faith is 41 years old and has the complexion of a 20 year old! How does she do it?

You can get Faith’s same glowing complexion with these products:

Clarins Beauty-Flash Balm: This product promotes a radiant complexion and long-lasting, incredibly luminous make-up. Perfect for refreshing during a long day!  You’ll want to get this stuff!  It’s amazing!

Cream Blush: Powder blush can be drying and settle into fine lines. A cream blush is great for dry skin and creates a nice dewy look on your skin. I love Redpoint BlushWhip.

Carry a bottle of Evian Spray and use it as often as needed. It keeps your face feeling refreshed and hydrated. The mist is so light that it won’t ruin your makeup.

Shiseido ‘Benefiance’ Full Correction Lip Treatment: I tried this for the first time during Rachel’s Makeover last week. It gave my lips a pretty, moist appearance since it’s designed to add brilliance and dimension while reducing the signs of aging such as fine lines, dryness and dullness. I will be purchasing this product!

Don’t forget your hands!  If your face looks fresh and youthful but your hands look old, you won’t be fooling anyone!  Try Poshe’ Potion of Youth! Formulated to hydrate dry skin and help fade age spots, this miracle potion is packed full of vitamins, peptides and enzymes that help keep your hands looking young and beautiful!

Keeping your skin looking youthful, hydrated and fresh takes a lot of work but it’s worth it if you can look as FAB as Faith!  Use products designed to give you a dewy look, reduce signs of aging and keep your skin hydrated so you’ll look your very best every day!

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TAMMY GIBSON, founder of A Mom in Red High Heels, is a God-loving, coffee-drinking, heel-wearing, wife and mom offering up her best tips to help women look and feel fabulous so they can achieve their biggest dreams.

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