Beauty Tip Foundation Secrets

1. For a natural look your foundation must match the skin tone. Trial basis along his jaw. You know the best color because it will disappear into your skin. 2.

Spread foundation on your hands and pat his face, and then smoothed with a sponge making sure not to pull or stretch the skin. Be extremely careful in the area around the eyes where the skin is super thin. Do not forget to apply foundation on the eyelids and lips. 3. To make foundation last apply moisturizer first giving the foundation of a database. Dry skin will absorb the foundation if not given that base.

For oily skin, use a moisturizing oil and dust from the Foundation in April. On hot days, the foundation can be difficult to maintain a fresh appearance. Set your foundation in the morning with a loose powder and puff, then do regular touch ups throughout the day. 5. To cover imperfections apply foundation and then go back and point at a concealer that neutralizes red. Notable imperfections, dark circles and birthmarks use a yellow concealer (available from Mary Kay). Do not use too much powder in problem areas, and to call attention to it. 6. To avoid base line around the jaw apply foundation as usual then use a little moisturizer in your hand and blend it in the neck. 7. For evening mix some powder with your powder glitter and place where you want to bring to light as the bridge of the nose, under the bone of the forehead, temples, cheeks, chin and shoulders. 8. Always use a foundation with a sunscreen of at least 15 to prevent future sun damage. 9. Change the base color if the color of their skin changes. 10. After you apply foundation go near a window to make it look natural. Natural light is the ultimate test. Copyright 2004 Sheila Dicks Sheila Dicks is a wardrobe and image consultant who teaches women how to look slimmer by dressing to suit their body type. Keep checking in to download a copy of your e-remodeling Picture book and get How to Build a free cabinet.

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