Makeup application, techniques, and tricks depend largely on your overall appearance, skin, and preferences. So whatever it is, finding the one that works best for you takes some trial and error.
Schneider’s step is to find a primer that complements your skin and makeup. “I would invest in a primer, especially if you’re prone to oils,” she says. “That way, the foundation or whatever makeup you use can stick to that, not your skin’s natural oils.”
Fortunately, as you have noticed, there is a new wave of Functional primers It hits the market, so there’s no shortage of great formulas to test out. Unlike old-fashioned primers, these contain active ingredients that also help skin (while controlling oil and blemishes, for example), so you can improve skin over time while helping your makeup wear all day.
my movement? Play with your textures hidden And the foundation. If you’ve ever spent time in the makeup aisle, you know formulas come from silky, thin, serum-like numbers to thick, full-coverage options. Use this variety to your advantage.
For example, the skin of the eye area is very thin and moves a lot throughout the day. So it is more likely to look lumpy or settle into fine lines. Here I recommend finding a thin, flexible concealer – something that moves with the skin. Whereas if you have texture concerns (such as acne scars), choose something with a certain thickness so that it helps smooth the skin.
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