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 (do͞o′ē, dyo͞o′ē)
adj. dew·i·er, dew·i·est
1. Moist with or as if with dew: dewy grass in early morning.
2. Accompanied by dew: a dewy morning.
3. Suggestive of the freshness or purity of dew, as in innocence or naiveté: the dewy outlook of youth.

dew′i·ly adv.
dew′i·ness n.
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The surgery improved my life, but it wasn't a miracle cure; my feet still drip, and I still buy only clothes that camouflage general dewiness (prints and dark colors are good).
Each product brightens without irritation, leaving dewiness to the skin.
For the perfect balance of coverage and dewiness, Japonesque's Luminous Foundation is ideal.
The Estee Lauder Illuminating Perfecting Primer ($32) instantly awakens dull skin, illuminating and highlighting skin with dewiness.
This product matts down some of the dewiness of the tinted moisturiser we used earlier but still leaves the skin with a slight sheen.
Matte doesn't necessarily mean flat -- instead think of it as sheer or satiny -- and it definitely tones down any dewiness or sparkle.
It also gave a much heavier coverage than I expected and had none of the dewiness of a cream formulation.
With Autumn we wanted to emphasise the dewiness of her skin and also put a little sheen on the cheekbone.
Creamblusher is a good natural looking and easy to apply option, which will add dewiness and not look powdery.
Heavy foundation and concealers tend to separate on the dance floor when you're working up a little dewiness doing your latest moves," Benefit makeup artist Arianne Damboise says.
So it is a choice ( do you want instant dewiness or are you willing to wait for it?