Spring time is coming up fast so we definitely have to get it together so this summer will be better than the last one. For the month we have been speaking about Loving Your Self and to closing the month out we want to make sure you have some quickies (Tips) to take with you. So we put together some Do’s & Don’ts to assist you in your daily routine of applying foundation correctly.
1) DON’T APPLY YOUR FOUNDATION WITH YOUR FINGERS, SINCE IT CAN TRANSFER BACTERIA ONTO YOUR FACE.
Ladies you know we love to touch our face a lot and if you have oily skin, this is a big no-no,” Instead of starting something you will regret later, try applying foundation with a synthetic brush. Dab or pour a few drops of foundation in the center and buff it onto your face for a flawless finish.
2) TRY GETTING SOME BLOTTING PAPERS FOR TOUCH-UPS.
Never keep piling up the powder on top of each other throughout the day. Doing that you will definitely break out. Looking into Blotting Papers for your touch-ups to get rid of those oily spots on your skin. It works without putting any more makeup on.
3) MAKE SURE YOU EXFOLIATE YOUR FACE WEEKLY IN ORDER TO KEEP ANY DEAD SKIN CELLS FROM SITTING ON YOUR FACE.
Please let’s stay away from having a buildup of dead skin cells that can leave your skin looking dull and ashy even after you apply foundation. The first thing about being amazing is taking good care of yourself first you must do the top three things to keep it looking great… washing, exfoliating, and moisturizing on a regular basis.
4) APPLY it LIGHT WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR FORMULA.
For those with combination skin, don’t turn to your foundation for hydration, there’s already a good balance of oil on your face unless you have hyperpigmentation or blemishes to conceal, opt for a more sheer, lightweight foundation to even out your complexion. The spring and summer months is coming up so make sure you give your skin a chance to breathe.
5) WHY DO IT? You DON’T have to WEAR FOUNDATION ALL OVER YOUR FACE IF YOU DON’T HAVE TO.
If you’re a dark-skinned woman with combination skin, chances are you’re dealing with oilier sections on your face (like the T-zone area) and dry patches in places like your cheeks. Confusing! Instead of applying foundation everywhere, concentrate the foundation where you need it most and blending it out from there.