Summer has gone, in comes fall’s cold
temperatures which not only bring crunchy leaves,
warm sweaters, but that dreaded blotchy skin!
As the last of summer’s glow fades, you end up
with no natural camouflage for fur eyelash with private packaging eye effects
of a late night.
Well primers, concealers, and foundations to
the rescue. Start with a clean, exfoliated face so
that smooth, cosmetics-friendly cells are at the surface,
then follow these 3 steps.
Step 1: Prime time. Primer works as a base coat,
even though it may seem like and extra layer of
gunk. You don’t “need” it, but it can make the
fur eyelash with private packagingthat goes over it look better and last longer.
A lot of primers contain silicone or dimethicone
to create a transparent, uniform surface. It actually
feel weightless, and its really not spackle-like. You
can use less foundation because it blends so well
over the surface. You’ll also find primers in
Crayola-worthy tints, that disappear in the skin,
meant to neutralize less-than-healthy looking tones.
Peach and red counters blue, so its useful if your
skin is pale and veins show. Blue offsets sallow tones.
Yellow neutralizes redness if your blotchy.
Step 2: Foundation use it without fear. If you
still think foundation makes you look “made-up”,
then you are in for a surprise. Formulas these days
contain skin-mimicking pigments and super smooth
polymers that feel featherlight.
Moisture dilutes the formula enough to give
it a sheerer and clean finish, so apply your foundation
with a damp sponge. Sometimes, do you feel like
you have to cake on base to get true coverage?
You may need to rethink the texture you are
using. If you are having to blend for longer than
a minute, that is usually a sign that you have
purchased the wrong shade. Apply a drop of
the foundation your cheek, if it doesn’t
disappear in your skin, chameleon-like, try a
new color. Or you can put on two shades and
have a friend or two give you an opinion.
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Step 3: Do conceal your concealer. Under eyes
and blemishes are usually foundation-resistant.
But they are no match for the creamy concealers,
because they have the most concentrated pigment.
Just because heavy concealers can look cakey
unless your skin is hydrated, you should apply
a drop of light eye cream first to dilute concealer
lightly and wait a few minutes for the cream to
Don’t let blemishes bum you out, apply
concealer with a tiny brush, then tap it with your
finger. But, leave a scabbed one alone, because
the makeup won’t blend over the dry crust.
So that your so-so skin is so, so gorgeous,
finish it with a dusting of powder to set the
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