A perfect base is one of the most important parts of makeup. If your skin is not evened out with a tinted moisturiser, BB cream, or foundation, the rest of the makeup will not turn out well. You need base makeup to even out your skin tone, hide the dark circles, conceal the blemishes, and brighten up the skin. Whether you choose to apply a light-coverage or a full-coverage base makeup product, it will help your skin appear clear and bright. However, you need to know a few tricks to make these makeup products work well for you.
If your foundation is failing you, here are a few mistakes that you might be making right now:
#1 You are Not Creating a Perfect Base.
Your foundation needs a perfect base to look great on your skin and stay put all…show more content… When you apply your foundation, if you only pay attention to the face then your foundation is going to look like a mask. The visible line of makeup between your face, ears, hairline, and neck will make you appear unnatural. To make your foundation appear natural, you need to blend your foundation in your hairline, to your ears, and your neck so that it looks natural. The warmth of your fingers can also help you in blending a foundation. Alternatively, you can use a small kabuki brush to blend in any harsh lines of foundation into your skin so that you get a flawless…show more content… Since your skin produces oils, they can result in dissolving your makeup or making it appear patchy. If you have oily skin, you may see that your foundation disappears from the oily parts of your face. Even if you have dry skin, you might see that the makeup disappears from the oily parts of your faster than the rest of the face. To avoid this problem, you can set your foundation using a setting powder. The powder will keep the oils at bay and make your foundation last long. If you have really dry skin, you do not need to use the setting powder all over your face, just dust it lightly on the oily parts of the