Definition of 'dewy'
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Why would you not want your skin to be dewy all over? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Next, use something that's going to give the skin a dewy look. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This gives the perfect dewy finish instead. The Sun (2012)This is a gorgeous foundation which makes skin look naturally dewy and luminous. The Sun (2013)All as fresh and dewy and organic as you can wish for. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Just two tiny drops in each eye will leave your eyes shining with a dewy glow. The Sun (2008)Remember when you were young and dewy and your skin seemed to reflect the light? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or go back to beauty basics with dewy skin and a natural flush. The Sun (2012)It gives the skin a dewy glow without grease spots. The Sun (2013)It felt nourishing and moisturising and leaves skin looking dewy. The Sun (2016)And would you not say my skin was dewy? Times, Sunday Times (2014)One of my favourite beauty tricks is to dab a little red lipstick on your cheeks for a fresh dewy look. The Sun (2011)Now it has turned more typically autumnal, the webs look beautiful on dewy mornings. Times, Sunday Times (2011)La Mer gives me a smooth dewy complexion. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Think neutral eyeshadow, dewy skin and a soft pink mouth. The Sun (2007)It smells divine, glides on effortlessly and really does give a dewy glow that lasts all day. The Sun (2016)I like a light coverage and dewy finish. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You were probably watching the sun set into the sea, skipping through dewy grass or cruising along an empty highway. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They added that a rising trend in catwalk models with dewy complexions has seen women wearing less mascara and more natural base make-up. The Sun (2015)Gives a vibrant, dewy fresh, slightly shiny look to the cheeks. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This organic beauty oil does the trick, leaving you with a youthful, dewy glow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Skin needs stronger coverage because of age spots, and to brighten the complexion and give it that youthful, dewy glow. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This gives it a more dewy finish and makes it look more like great skin, rather than heavier make-up sitting on the skin. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A pool of early morning sun streams through the trees, lighting up the dewy grass of a woodland in Hampshire. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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