Hong Kong Tatler - - Beauty -

If you’ve ever won­dered why your make-up “slips” around noon, it’s be­cause your skin pro­duces almost twice as much se­bum in the mid­dle of the day than at any other time. Peak­ing blood pres­sure ac­ti­vates blood ves­sels close to the skin, stim­u­lat­ing the se­ba­ceous glands. Rather than reach for your pow­der com­pact, a T-zone daub with blot­ting pa­per or, for those with oilier com­plex­ions, a light ap­pli­ca­tion of a mat­ti­fy­ing mois­turiser con­tain­ing sal­i­cylic acid should pre­vent any un­wanted shine. DIOR HY­DRA LIFE CLOSE-UP PRO-YOUTH MOIS­TURISER FRESH UM­BRIAN CLAY MAT­TI­FY­ING SERUM CHANEL PA­PIER MATIFIANT TATCHA ABURATORIGAMI

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