My top tips for a flaw­less, full cov­er­age look

Belfast Telegraph - Weekend - - BEAUTY -

1.Your foun­da­tion should be just as tai­lored as your skin­care, so en­sure you re­ceive a full colour match (where a sales­per­son/artist rec­om­mends a foun­da­tion). Do not be afraid to walk away and see how the foun­da­tion lasts through­out the day — look at the tone of the foun­da­tion, how much prod­uct was used to cre­ate a full cov­er­age look and look at how eas­ily it blended onto the skin.

2. For added cov­er­age af­ter your liq­uid/cream foun­da­tion, why not add a small amount of pressed pow­der or pow­der foun­da­tion? Only ap­ply this in ar­eas where you re­ally need it, as you do not want the skin to ap­pear caked or heavy.

3. In­vest in a skin anal­y­sis. Many rep­utable skin­care and fa­cial tech­ni­cians are able to an­a­lyse your skin, and work out its on­go­ing is­sues, so you can match your beauty and skin­care rou­tine around this.

4. One of the most over­looked tech­niques for many peo­ple when they are find­ing prob­lems with their skin, is food al­lergy test­ing. I have spo­ken with clients, food al­lergy ex­perts and di­eti­tians, and the sheer num­ber of them who have dis­cov­ered that an un­der­ly­ing in­tol­er­ance to a food type was not only af­fect­ing their skin but in­creas­ing and en­cour­ag­ing break­outs was alarm­ing. Be­fore you con­sider strong skin­care, or harsh med­i­ca­tions for acne and break­outs, get an ex­pert and tai­lored food al­lergy test to as­sess this.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.