Tips For Cakey or Separating Foundations
For years l avoided wearing foundation , l have dry skin and everytime l put it on my face , my cheeks would be okay but on my t-zone l would get speckles of foundation , it almost looked like my foundation was separating on my skin , I couldn't fix it and in the end l didn't wear it and l used to envy anyone who could.
I then decided last year l really wanted to wear it so l researched it online and all of the websites and forums l came across said to wear primers but none of the primers worked , l think lt was about 5 months ago l came across a youtuber/make up artist Wayne Goss and in one of his videos he was talking about micro exfoliation, where you can exfoliate by using a brush or your hands lf your rubbing your skin too much , so he said to use a sponge and do a tapping motion so that you're blending and pressing the foundation/primer into your skin instead of buffing which causes the speckled foundation.
So these are my tips
- Tap or press in your moisturiser
- Wait 10 mins
- Any excess can be removed by pressing a soft cloth against your face
- After ten mins , you can apply your primer by tapping motion
- Same as before wait 5 till 10 mins for it to sink in
- On to the foundation , I start from the inside out from my nose outward, keep tapping and pressing the foundation in , start with a light layer and build up if needed but if too much is applied it can look cakey so start off with a small amount
- For any bronzers, highlighters or blushes you will have to blend them in but this can be done by gently tapping it , remember start of light you can build it up if you need more and remember its harder to remove it lf you have too much.
- You have to exfoliate your skin before you do any foundation to get rid of all the dead skin cells and to have the perfect foundation it is a good idea to moisturise everyday.
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