You may be disappointed with this tip because surely you want a quick fix? The good news is that it’s never too late to start with this tip.
Oil, bacteria and dead skin cells stack up one at a time, leading to the makeup applied above slowly but surely falling off as your dead skin cells.
Do a facial cleanser at least twice a week to keep your skin as smooth as possible and keep the makeup lasting longer. I always do a peel with barley once a week and an enzyme peel 5 days a week. Regularly, you should also let your face rest and put on a face mask before bedtime. A peeler is really great.
A toner balances the PH value in your skin and helps your makeup stay longer.
It is important that you have a day cream that suits your skin type. A day cream is a must in all routines, whether you use makeup or not.
One tip is to test a face cream that is oil friendly so that it absorbs quickly but at the same time gives the skin enough moisture.
A primer is crucial if you want your makeup to last. A good primer fills in pores, fine lines and creates a smooth surface for your foundation to stay even and sit in place all day (and night). Try to get an oil-free and water-based primer.
All creams and products that you add to your face tend to slip off if you do not fix them. Here it is important to find a powder that is so light on the face that it only fixes. The worst is the powder which instead of fixing makes the face look cakey.
This spray is a best friend of makeup gurus. It seals the makeup without ruining it and makes the makeup last all day.
There are several different setting sprays today – some make the face dull, others moisturize and a third gives the face more glow.