With the wrong tone applied, your makeup won't look perfect. After all, the tone is in its own way the basis on which all further actions depend. In this case, it is desirable to make it the most natural, emphasizing the natural complexion.
Exfoliate regularly. By neglecting this procedure, you accumulate dead cells on the skin and thereby give the face an unhealthy look. In addition, non-exfoliated cells can make it difficult to apply the tone evenly.
The foundation is best applied to moisturized skin. Therefore, apply a moisturizer to your face. You can increase blood flow to your face by rinsing with cold water or rubbing with ice cubes.
Make sure the skin is thoroughly cleansed before applying the foundation. Find the tone that's right for you. To do this, apply a small amount of the product to the inside of your hand and note the difference between clean skin and skin with foundation. The less noticeable the difference, the more the foundation works for you.
The tonal foundation on the face should be well shaded, erasing the boundaries between the face and the neck. After applying the tone, remove the excess by blotting your face with a napkin. Remember that when applying full makeup, you need to treat the entire face, including the eyelids and lips.
If you have redness, skin blemishes, or dark circles under the eyes, use a concealer. Apply a few drops of the cream to the affected area and use your fingertips to work into the skin.
The tone must be applied to the eyelids to hide the blue streaks.
After applying foundation, the face may look unhealthy pale. Liven it up with a little blush or bronzing powder. Apply powder to forehead, nose and cheeks and blend thoroughly. Blush will help highlight the cheeks from the center to the cheekbones.
Now set the base using loose powder. Don't forget to brush the excess off your face. Note that the powder should be two shades lighter than your skin.
If you want a beautiful face shape, apply blush applied to the brush or matte powder under the cheekbones. With an almost clean brush, work over the roots of the hair on the forehead and under the earlobes towards the neck.