FOUN­DA­TION RULES (BE­CAUSE IT ALL STARTS WITH SKIN) 1. One is not enough

The Kit - - THEKITCA -

“A rule of thumb: no one is ever just one colour. You should al­ways have a sum­mer colour and a win­ter colour.”

2. Go warm with con­cealer “I al­ways pick a con­cealer that has a warmer un­der­tone to neu­tral­ize any cool­ness. If you have dark cir­cles, those are al­ways blue or green, so pick­ing a peach­based con­cealer will neu­tral­ize that.”

3. Bronze the right places

“We all pick up sun around the perime­ter of our hair­line and across the bridge of our nose. We love to make our cheek­bones darker, but we don’t nec­es­sar­ily pick up sun there—that’s an ar­ti­fi­cial thing that came later. And look at your jaw and your neck. A lot of peo­ple are con­cerned with mak­ing their faces look tan, but make sure you match your neck and your dé­col­letage.”

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