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WHEN BUYING FOUNDATION CONSIDER THESE POINTS

  • DONT JUST BUY A BRAND OF FOUNDATION BECAUSE YOU HAVE HEARD ITS GOOD. EVERY FACE HAS DIFFERNET FOUNDATION NEEDS!

 

  • MATURE COMPLEXIONS SHOULD STEER CLEAR OF ANYTHING WITH SHIMMER IN IT, THE SHIMMER CAN SETTLE IN FINE LINES AND JUST DRAW ATTENTION TO THEM, ILLUMINATING FOUNDATION IS FINE FOR MATURE SKIN AS IT BEGINS TO SALLOW, HOWEVER MAKE SURE THAT THE ILLUMINATOR IS NOT SHIMMER !
  • FOR COMPLEXIONS PRONE TO BREAK OUT LOOK FOR FOUNDATIONS THAT INCLUDES SALYCILIC ACID AS THIS WILL HELP TREAT THE SPOTS AND ALSO, MAKE SURE THE LABEL STATES OIL FREE TO AVOID FURTHER BREAK OUTS.
    • DRY SKINS SHOULD CHOOSE A MOISTURISING FORMULA AND CAN CHOOSE A THICKER FOUNDATION TO AVOID IT SINKING IN.

     

    • OILY SKINS SHOULD CHOOSE A WATER BASED MATT FOUNDATION  AND SET IT WITH PLENTY OF LOOSE POWDER ALSO BLOTTING PAPERS CAN BE USED WHEN NEEDED TO MATTIFY THE COMPLEXION.

     

    • WHEN CONCEALING DARK CIRCLES YOU WILL NEED A CONCEALER THAT IS ONE TO TWO SHADES LIGHTER THAN YOUR FOUNDATION AND BLEND THE COLOUR INTO THE CORNER OF THE EYES AS WELL AS OVER THE DARK SHADOW.
    • WHEN CONCEALING THE DREADED SPOTS (DO THIS AFTER APPLYING FOUNDATION) COLOUR OVER THE SPOT WITH WHITE EYELINER PENCIL THEN BLEND OVER WITH YOUR CONCEALER WITH A BRUSH AND POWDER TO SET, SOUNDS CRAZY BUT WORKS A TREAT!
    • TO CONCEAL PORT WINE STAINS OR ROSACEA OR HEAVEY ACNE SCARRING YOUR BEST BET IS TO CHOOSE A CONCEALER AND FOUNDATION THAT IS OPAQUE (TRY MAC,DERMABLEND AND COVERMARK)

    YOU CAN ALSO SCULPT THE FACE TO CREATE THE ILLUSION OF A THINNER FACE OR NOSE, MY FACE IS VERY ROUND SO I APPLY A DARK SHADE UNDER MY CHIN AND ALSO ON MY CHEEKBONES TO MAKE MY FACE APPEAR SLIMMER (TRY MODELS PREFER FOR EXCELLENT CONTOURING SHADES AND CONCEALERS).

    IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT ANY OF THE ABOVE OR INDEED ANY MAKE UP RELATED QUESTIONS PLEASE DONT HESITATE TO CONTACT ME .

     

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