How To Apply Makeup If You Have Acne Prone Skin

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An acne prone skin requires more care and attention, unlike a normal skin.

If you’re one of those girls who face this problem, I will give you some tips to help you learn how to camouflage acne skin imperfections in a few simple steps.

Before you apply your make up, cleanse your skin and hydrate it carefully with suitable products for your skin type. You don’t need  expensive products to get the desired effect, you can find everything you need even in a drugstore.  You just need to choose the right products for your skin type.

After you miosturised your skin, use a primer  that will smooth out your skin texture. To cover the red spots/blemishes, you’ll need a green concealer and a concealer brush. Normally, the correction is made depending on the color of pimples / spots / blemishes. Apply the foundation by slightly pressing the product in the skin, with a brush or a beauty blender. This technique will keep concealer in place and your makeup will last longer. Imperfections, blemishes, pimples, can be corrected with a little patience and a medium coverage foundation; in this way you can highlight portions of healthy skin instead of hiding them under a heavy layer of makeup

The powder is applied in the same way for the same reasons: pressing lightly will fix your foundation without removing it.

When imperfections are predominantly on the cheeks, to avoid highlighting them be sure to apply a blush in a lighter shade.

Apply mascara and lipstick and you’re ready to rock a natural look! 🙂

 

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