Beauty comes from the inside, but beauty products can help enhance it on the outside. Makeup and skincare products are widely available nowadays, and we really have no excuse when it comes to looking our best. Proper skincare and makeup application are essential to maintain clear, healthy, glowing skin. Using products that work well for your skin type is a must for achieving a gorgeous look every time. Do you want to look confident, flawless, and radiant all day long? Read below.
Here are a few tips about how to wisely apply your skincare products and makeup:
Cleansing removes makeup and deeply cleanses pores, leaving you with refreshed and revitalized skin. Cleansing gets rid of the dirt, oil, and makeup that clogs pores and causes breakouts, but consistency in this can also be helpful.
Toner is meant to help close the pores after the cleansing step, causing your skin to feel tighter and refreshed. Toner can also be helpful in removing any residue left on the skin after cleansing.
Spot cream is a type of skin treatment that targets a specific issue: acne, hyperpigmentation, or wrinkles.
Serums can help improve the skin’s appearance by filling in small lines and wrinkles and are enriched with antioxidants. Simply apply a few drops under your eyes, on the area around your nose and mouth, or on any blemish to instantly boost your skin’s appearance and help those annoying imperfections disappear.
Applying eye cream as part of your daily beauty routine is essential for firm, youthful-looking skin around the eyes. Putting on eye cream reduces the formation of lines and wrinkles as well as prevents puffiness.
Moisturizer is an essential part of a healthy skincare routine. It hydrates skin, protects it from external stress, and helps retain the skin’s moisture. Your moisturizer should help protect your skin from environmental damage, such as the sun, as well as help it look fresh and healthy.
Oils can help moisturize skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth and giving you that glow. Oils work differently than creams, and they spread easily and evenly to form the base for your makeup. They are low in moisture, so you can layer them without causing dryness, and they do not contain much water, so they absorb into the skin quickly without leaving behind a greasy residue.
SPF stands for sun protection factor, and it measures how much exposure to UV radiation it takes for a person to burn. Protect your skin with SPF 30 or higher, and rid yourself of those unappealing signs of sun damage by investing in a quality skin care regimen.
Makeup primer is a product that fills in pores, smooths the skin, and evens out skin tone—and that can all be done in a matter of minutes.
Foundation makeup can be used to cover anything from dark patches of skin to age spots and even tattoos. It can also cover under-eye circles and blemishes, but most people simply use it to cover up and hydrate their skin.
A concealer can really make or break a look, whether it is a subtle makeup finish or a dramatic cat-eye. Use concealer to cover any blemishes or dark circles under the eyes and a little blush to add color to the cheeks.
BRONZER THEN BLUSHER
Bronzer brushes tired-looking skin to make a face look brighter, radiant, and youthful, adding blush is also popular since it can instantly make you look younger, sexier, and brighter.
EYESHADOW AND EYELINER, THEN MASCARA
Eye makeup often gives your look a more finished look, such as lining the eyes or creating a crease.
If you think about it, where would our eye makeup be without our eyebrows? These are overlooked on your face but very important in framing your face; eyebrows can even make you look younger, and more alert and add definition to your face.