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Top 6 Makeup Powders

Top 6 Makeup Powders

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There is a fine line between glow and shine. While we would like our skin to look bright and not look too flat and dull, we also don't want it to look like we have had a close encounter with a bottle of rapeseed oil. So what to do? This is where the powder comes into your life as a savior. How to use powder Like most makeup products, powders can be used in different ways. For example, a powder can have primer properties, which means it can be used under the makeup to create a smooth surface. But of course, the most common thing is to use it when you're done with the base, in other words after foundation and concealer. This effectively locks the makeup in place while at the same time dampening the shine on the face for many hours. To apply powder, a larger makeup brush is advantageo...
Top 10 Bronzers You Should Try

Top 10 Bronzers You Should Try

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Whether you've already got a little sun-kissed skin or want to get one, a bronzer is always good to have! In this article, we list the top 10 best bronzers right now that fit whether you want to improve your burn or simply give a pale complexion a sun-kissed look. The Balm Bahama Mama Bronzer This bestseller has been popular ever since it was launched in 2008. This powder bronzer has an almost silky feel, intense pigment and gives a matte finish. Although it gives a matte finish, it still gives a very fine shine to the skin. Apply lightly with eg bdellium Tools Maestro 985 Duet Fiber Powder Brush which with its duo-fiber brush picks up product easily and gives a flawless finish. amzn_assoc_ad_type = "smart"; amzn_assoc_ad_mode = "search"; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "veloce09-20"; a...
Top 17 Foundations You Should Try

Top 17 Foundations You Should Try

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Different types of foundation - which type is right for you? The consistency is often related to the result. If you want a foundation that is barely visible, you should have a liquid foundation. For a more comprehensive result, you can choose a mousse or a powder-based base. The thicker the texture, the more coverage is an easy rule to follow if you are unsure of a foundation's coverage. Always choose foundation according to your skin tone, it is important that it is not too dark or light. Find the right shade by testing in daylight. Add foundation to the jawline and you will see how the shade is to both face and neck. The right shade should appear the least and blend into the skin without blurring it too much. The point of foundation is to even out the skin, not give color. For exam...