Perfect Pigment by Christina Cosmetics


Perfect Pigment by Christina Cosmetics

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  1. Steps
    1. Make sure your face is clean of any previous makeup. In general you don't want to over wash your face because that can dry it out. Just take a cotton ball and put either makeup remover or water and just dab or rub in small circles to remove old makeup.
    2. Make-up will glide smoothly onto clean, clear skin - so determine your skin type and cleanse, tone and moisturize with suitable products twice daily. It's quicker than it sounds - and it you have problem skin e.g. spots/blackheads like me choose exfoliaters etc. to use a well.
    3. Moisturize. Using about the same amount of lotion that you would toothpaste on your toothbrush, gently rub in an unscented, oil free lotion. The reason you don't want anything with fragrance or oil is because those can clog your pores causing acne.
    4. Find the right color of foundation. Get in a natural light and test the foundation to make sure it's the right color for your skin. When applying foundation, you don't want to overload on it. That is one of the main reasons for looking unnatural. Take a cotton swab and dot the spots on your face with foundation that need it. Most common places are under the eyes, side of nose, chin, forehead, etc. Then taking your finger or a sponge dab in the foundation, blending it until it looks like your skin tone. If you have bags or discoloration under your eyes, take the cotton swab and make 3 dots on the line of the circles under your eyes. Take your finger and dab it in gently. After you have applied the foundation make sure you blend! Blending is key to a natural look.
    5. Tinted moisturizer is better for a more natural look, it blends in while evening out your skin tone. It has spf, and it moisturizes. You may want to consider this if u have mostly clear skin. Apply either bronzer or blush.
    • Bronzer: Bronzer is a great way to make it look like you have a natural glow. Look in the images I have attached about the bronzer and apply it in the shape of a W as it explains.
    • Blush: Cream blush works better than powder because it gives you a dewey look and lasts but either is fine. Make sure you have a natural colored blush. Fiery reds and bright pink can look fake. If you are using cream blush, rub a little on two fingers and then pat your fingers on the back of your hand to remove excess blush. Dab the creme on your check bones slightly, not very much blush is ever needed. continue dabbing until it is a smooth colour. If you are using powder, take an angled brush and swipe it through the power, then tap it on the side of the container to remove access blush. Pat the blush on your cheek bones lightly, and then brush upwards in small strokes until it is all blended.
  2. Use concealer on dark or red spots. Then, use a little powder to keep shine at bay and set everything in!
  3. Use blush lightly. Your skintone will be even but may look a little 'blah' so apply a teensy bit of blush to the parts of your cheeks that plump up when you smile. Light bronzer looks nice along the cheekbone, if you like. =)
  4. Get ready and then relax! Constantly checking a mirror, and fussing over your face can ruin a day. Smile, and have confidence.