‘Yoga Skin’: The Technique That Will Dramatically Enhance Your Skin

With the gazillion of makeup and skincare trends out there, it’s hard to keep up with all of them. The list is pretty long, not to say endless, and you’d be easily forgiven if you couldn’t try them all.

But, amongst them all, if only you could try just one more look. I promise it will be worth it! And if you are wondering about the name, add ‘Yoga skin’ to your list. Yes, you heard it right. And no, we are not talking about some yoga and meditation techniques.

So what’s ‘yoga skin’? The yoga skin technique was created and coined by makeup artist Sara Hill. It is a technique which will not only give you the glowiest skin of your life, but will take so little time of your life to be perfectly achieved.

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Sara Hill, who is a makeup artist based in the U.K., has been sharing pictures of radiant looks, hashtagging them #yogaskin. She then shared a video in which she shows a step-by-step tutorial, on how to achieve the ‘yoga skin’. She captioned the video:

The Yogaskin Technique I created to make the skin look lit from within. Healthy, glowing, hydrated, radiant, sheer, and natural. Skin that looks like skin at its very best.

She then goes on explaining in detail the process into several steps, starting with cleansing and prepping your skin as you normally would. Let us see below the step by step procedure:

Step 1 – Cleanse and prep your skin. Let your skincare absorb fully before going to the next step.

Step 2 – Apply a small amount of primer (silicone free).

Step 3 – 3-4 Pumps of your favorite foundation liquid. Sara recommends Sheer/Medium (water based). No full cover.

Step 4 – One drop of your favorite skincare facial oil.

Step 5 – One drop of strobe cream or Liquid highlighter. Golden tones work best.

Step 6 – One small drop of Glow drops (optional).

Step 7 – Massage into your skin using your hands to get the circulation flowing, de-puff, and make the base sit better too. Build up in layers on top until you are content with the coverage created. Sara suggests allowing time between layers.

Step 8 – Add a small amount of liquid concealer only in the areas you want more coverage, such as under eyes, spots or around the nose. (Do not overdo this step!) You can lightly powder to set concealer. Add cream blush and cream bronzer if you wish.

You can also set your face overall with powder too. To do this, use a small fluffy brush or puff and keep the powder to a minimum and sheer. If you want to use a setting spray, make sure it’s alcohol-free to give further hydration.


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The best part of “yoga skin” is that this dewy look creates a luscious, fresh and juicy skin that looks natural, but glowing with health.


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Now, tell me you won’t try this glowing technique?


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Watch Sara Hill’s tutorial below:


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