There's a good chance you've stumbled across an episode of Glee lately. Whether it be the Superbowl episode or a random Tuesday night, you've noticed these belting teens. Well here's a surprise, most of these "teens" are actually closer to thirties than their high school days.
Luckily, Glee make-up artist, Eryn Krueger Mekash, has revealed the products she uses to keep these stars fresh-faced and ready by first period.
The trick to Lea Michelle's fresh glow is Stila's Convertable Color in Petunia. It lasts through sweaty situations which is crucial for a long song and dance routine or maybe just for when the weather warms up.
Dianna Agron's character seems to flow from Glee club member to teenage mom to head cheerleader without breaking a sweat. Much in thanks to Koh Gen Do Moisture Foundation in OC 23. The formula stays put, but isn't plastered on so it still can be touched up.
Amber Riley doesn't need much help with her already flawless skin. Make Up For Ever HD Primer in #4 is the perfect little boost with bronze undertones.
No matter the age or the role, the whole cast can agree on one beauty routine. The cast loves to end their days with a wipe down using Koh Gen Do Cleansing Water Wipes followed by Kiehl's Blue Astringent to prep their faces for whatever the next day might hold in the make-up chair.
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