SIMPLE TRICKS THAT WILL TAKE YOUR FOUNDATION ROUTINE FROM BEAUTIFUL TO OUTSTANDING.
A couple of years ago a wise person gave us the best advice to flawless skin. And here we are sharing the secret to perfection
Let’s make it short & simple. Dry skin, oily skin, dehydrated skin, what’s the difference, what to use and what not to use?
Who gave the rule on what oily, dry & dehydrated skin should use and should not use?? Oily skin can’t wear dewy look? Dry skin can’t have a beautiful porcelain finish? Dehydrated need to only wear a light powder?
Oily skin needs a water base foundation, as simple as that
The benefit of using a water base foundation will not only help the foundation staying on all day, but the water base foundation will balance the skin out so the skin stays perfectly hydrated and not too oily. Water base will continually give a boost to the skin keeping it plum and rejuvenated all day
Coup de Coeur: TOO FACED, PEACH PERFECT
The secret to dry skin is hidden within an oily foundation base
The best tip for long lasting hydration skin, would be found in an oily base foundation creating the perfect finish, healthy looking skin. Don’t be scared when you hear oily base, it’s all good benefit to your skin. FYI, a water base foundation will only get absorbed by a dry skin, you will think it’s patching or caky because you will try to apply too much. Oil base foundation will sit o the skin, and smooth the texture of it.
Coup de Coeur: CHARLOTTE TILBURRY, FLAWLESS FILTER.
Dehydrated skin would go for a mix of water base & oil base foundation.
In order to create the perfect skin, you should start with a water base foundation and build your coverage with an oil base one, to perfect the areas that requires more attention, where you see some “patching”.
Coup de Coeur: GIORGIO ARMANI – LUMINOUS SILK (oil base) & URBAN DECAY NAKED SKIN (water base)
Hopefully those pro tips brought a bit of light in your decision to create for the best skin for you or your clients!
Coco & Nadia