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Since some area of your skin is always on display, it makes sense to want it to look as gorgeous and evened-out as possible. Blotchy skin just isn't all that healthy looking and poses a definite threat to that J. Lo-style glow you're going for. With the help of a few top lotions, though, you can get a flawless-looking complexion that's all your own. You'll glow, girl!
For Your Cleavage
Got a fabulous top that shows off your decolletage? Then you'll need to get your girls looking their very best. Do so with Perfect Cleavage Firming Lotion, says the "Telegraph." Not only does this cream get your girls looking nice and glowing, but it also helps to get your skin looking even. Added bonus: It helps to fade unsightly marks in that area.
For Your Face
Sure, you could put gobs of makeup on your face to even out your complexion, but there's a better way. "Seventeen" magazine suggests using Clinique Moisture Sheer Tint to get your face looking flawless. While hydrating your skin, this lotion also has a bit of color to it, so it makes your face look even all over. Much lighter than foundation, tinted moisturizer is also good for your skin.
For Your Body
Are you rocking a less-than-sexy farmer's tan -- you know, when your arms and legs are a different color than the rest of your body? If so, even things out a bit by using a self-tanner. One that works wonders is Dove Energy Glow Daily Moisturizer, says "Seventeen." This self-tanner gives your skin a beautiful bronze, while hydrating it at the same time. So not only are you left with skin that is even, it's also moisturized.
Even Skin Tips
Although lotions are great at getting your skin looking fierce, they can't always do the job alone. Exfoliating really gets your skin looking radiant, as it sloughs off all the dead and dry skin cells that can come between you and your glow. Use an exfoliant once a week on your face and skin and you'll likely be amazed with the results. And even though the sun can help get your skin one color, never step into it without protection. You can still get that sun-kissed look even when you slather on the SPF, so there's no excuse not to do so.