How do you use cush­ion com­pact makeup?

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Peel-off fa­cial masks are meant to pro­duce sim­i­lar re­sults to a der­ma­tol­o­gist’s chem­i­cal peel (for a smoother, more even-toned com­plex­ion), but with much milder ef­fects. When peel­ing off a mask af­ter it has dried, you’re ba­si­cally tak­ing the out­er­most layer of dead skin cells with it. Your re­sults won’t be as no­tice­able as a pro­fes­sional chem­i­cal peel, but ei­ther way, they con­tain an­tiox­i­dants that are ben­e­fi­cial to your skin.

Press the ap­pli­ca­tor it comes with into the com­pact. Then, press the ap­pli­ca­tor onto your face, like a stamp. Keep ‘stamp­ing’ (pat, don’t sweep) un­til cov­er­age is even. To get into the cor­ners of your nose and eyes, fold the ap­pli­ca­tor in half. You can also go over foun­da­tion with a sep­a­rate blend­ing sponge to make cov­er­age more seam­less.

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