Beauty Tips: The Foundation
If you have dry skin –
Choose a liquid foundation and moisturizer that best suits your skin type a powder foundation.
If you have combination skin –
It depends! If there is little difference between the dry and the fat area, choose a foundation for normal to combination skin, fluid or solid, and matting. If there is a clear distinction between the dry and the fat area, use two foundations of the same color, one for dry skin and one for oily skin.
There are foundations intelligent moisturize dry areas and absorbs excess sebum, depending on the needs of the skin, which are well suited for combination skin which distinguish between areas is very marked.
If you have oily skin –
Adopt a foundation natural light, non-greasy, or matting powder coated to avoid shining face after a few hours.
if your face is having imperfections or excessive sebum –
Turn to a foundation covering the uneven face, ideal for covering blemishes or edit the T-zone (forehead, nose, chin) that tend to shine during the day.
If you have mature skin –
Opt for a foundation that smoothes anti-aging skin, reduces wrinkles, protects the skin from external aggressions and prevents premature aging of the skin.
Test your foundation before buying. Do not test your foundation on the hand that does not have the same texture or the same color as your face. Try your foundation on the bottom of your cheek, near the jaw –
The result should blend with the skin. Prefer a foundation close to your skin color, choose slightly lighter than your skin tone is better – in fact, the foundation tends to darken as it dries, so you may get a result too busy with color is not suitable. Apply a moisturizing base before your foundation for a uniform result. If you do not put a moisturizer under your foundation, forget the foundation and opt for a tinted moisturizer that will give you good looks without drying your skin.