Here’s part two of the mineral makeup guide for good skin. With having good skin, there are also inevitable things in life such as stress, lack of sleep, some minimal acne, or some dryness. Here are some tips!
Applying Concealer for the Under Eyes
There are moments when sleep is scarce, and the lack of oxygen circulation around the undereyes causes them to discolor and darken. Not a good sight, but this can be momentarily corrected with a yellow mineral color corrector in loose form.
What I hate most whenever I check photos are those women who look absolutely beautiful, except when their undereyes are distinctly yellow and lighter than the entire face, that makes it look fake. I’m very careful with applying under eye concealer because I don’t want to end up like that.
To be able to flawlessly conceal the undereye without the yellow or concealer overkill under the eyes, grab the smallest blending brush for the eyes. Tap the loose mineral undereye concealer onto the lid, swipe the brush, get very very little product at first, then with the gentlest pressure swipe under the eyes. You can start with the inner part of the upper eye, going down ( since it’s also dark there ), then applying on the undereyes. Be as gentle as possible, do not tug, or load on too much product at the same time. Swipe around the under eyes until the eyes look well rested! Make sure that you don’t end up with under eyes too yellow. Less is more!
Applying Mineral Concealer
For those with good skin, there could be moments of stress that would cause a zit to pop out! ( Yikes! ) so, for emergency situations, arming oneself with a concealer brush would be really helpful, as well as a mineral concealer.
You must choose a shade lighter ( but not too light, of course ) than your skin. For good skin, you can just apply mineral concealer dry. It’s almost non-noticeable! Whip up your concealer brush, load some product on the brush , and dab on the imperfection itself. Do not “encircle” the imperfection with a halo of concealer, because it would highlight the imperfection more. Rather, work “on” the imperfection, dab the concealer on the problem spot, and carefully feather around the edges. Voila! Instant concealing!
Well, there you go! the Mineral Makeup Guide for Good Skin completed! Hope you loved it! Next, we shall have some problems on the skin that we can try to fix using mineral makeup! Stay tuned!
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