Professional Service: Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are just chemicals applied to the skin to who help peel and rejuvenate the skin. This can help immensely with acne, dark spots, uneven skin tone, wrinkles, etc. The intensity of a peel can vary from gentle to very intense. Some peels may cause minuscule peeling not seen by the visible eye and some peels can make you peel in sheets like a snake! It’s important to research different types of peels to determine which one is right for you.
Professional Service: Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion is a non-chemical procedure. It uses a micro-crystal device to exfoliate the top layer of the skin.. With continual use, fresher, softer and more even toned skin will appear.
Professional Service: Light Therapy
Professional Service: Dermarolling
A facial session may also include different masks targeted for your skin type, steamers, and pore extraction treatments. These treatments can be done yourself in the comfort of your own home.
There are 1,000s of DIY recipes, notable store masks and tools that can achieve the same thing.
1. Pre-foundation: Prepare a good base for foundation
It’s important to take care of your skin before applying foundation! A good base will help the foundation apply flawless and increase longevity
It’s important to determine what base works best for you and gives you YOUR most desired look.
Do you prefer a Dewy Look?
Make sure to apply a great moisturizer and primer that is targeted to provide a more dewy look. An oil is also great to apply before foundation OR added to the foundation
Do you prefer a Matte look?
Apply a moisturizer and primer targeted for a more matte look. Let the moisturizer dry for a few minutres before applying foundation. The foundation will adhere to the skin better for a more matte or full coverage look, and will make the foundation last longer!
2. Find a foundation best for your skin type
3. Use a beauty tool best for you
4. Find your favorite application techniques
Everyone likes to apply foundation their own way, figure out what works and looks best for you. Here’s my favorite way:
This will prevent overdone cakeface while still achieving a flawless look. I prefer going over any spots with a full coverage foundation versus concealer so the colors blend flawlessly and not give a patchy look.
5. Complete the look!
b. Set the foundation!
It's very important to set your foundation with a powder if you want a more matte or lasting finish. You can also “bake” your face for increasing the longevity of your make-up
Find a powder that works best for you: Translucent, Light Coverage, More Coverage, Mineral, etc.
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