It’s so much fun to look at beautiful women who have makeup on but don’t look like they are. The simple secret is that applying a foundation is solid and amazing.

If you’re reading this, it’s because you, like so many others, are interested in learning how to apply your foundation to your face so that it looks like a second skin (and doesn’t stand out).

With these simple steps, you’ll accomplish so much on your beautiful face.
Are you ready for this journey?
You want people to say, “Oh my gosh, your skin looks amazing”.

UJV Beauty says:

CREATE GLOWING SKIN: If you want a radiant look, start by applying a hydrating cream to your face, followed by a lymphatic facial massage with ingredients like a rose for oiliness, aloe for dryness and green tea to soothe inflammation. Then, gently massage your moisturizer into the skin, which stimulates circulation and reduces puffiness. This process makes the face look so vibrant and awake.

Should I prime?: This is a question makeup artists, whether amateur or professional, always ask themselves. Celebrity makeup artist Park says she uses an anti-shine primer for hot spots like the forehead, hairline, sides of the nose and mouth area, and then a sheer, brightening primer for the upper cheekbones. Applying with your fingertips is always best.

IN THE MIDDLE AND OUT: It’s best to apply foundation whenever it’s needed. The trick that many don’t master is to start in the centre of the face, beginning on the apples of the cheeks and slowly blending outward. Another important part of the face is the area around the mouth. This area is especially important because it is prone to yellow undertones and shadows. To make the foundation look as natural as possible, leave out the bridge of the nose, for those who have freckles, let them show through, and leave out the corners of the nose to prevent the pigment from sticking to dry areas.

INSTEAD OF PAINTING, BUFF!!!: It doesn’t matter what you use in your work, avoid painting. Whether you use a makeup brush, a beauty blender, or your fingers, pat foundation into the skin instead of applying it to achieve even coverage and avoid streaking.

WHEN THE SUN HITS YOUR SKIN, FLASH! Spread highlighter on the high areas of the face that naturally catch the light, such as the cheekbones, temples, and cupid’s bow. Creamy balm textures give you a dewy complexion as if you were wearing no products at all.

Blot away excess oil with paper towels. Then use a feather-light translucent powder to seal in the foundation and prevent unwanted shine. “Use a brush to apply it very lightly and only to the areas that are most shiny,” says Nasrat, adding that the sheen left behind adds to the look of a second skin. Silky smooth and evenly toned, with just the right amount of freshness glowing from within, you’ll achieve believably perfect skin.

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