The Dos and Don'ts of Complete Wear Foundation

Applying foundation can be tricky business and no matter your level of makeup expertise, we all strive for perfect skin that is vibrant and free of pores and blemishes. Makeup is intended to increase our self-confidence and help us express ourselves visually. It's easy to choose the wrong foundation for yourself when there are so many options available. The most important tip is to make sure your face is a flawless canvas before applying liquid foundation to ensure that your in turn makeup looks flawless. Here are some important dos and don'ts for Moira’s star product : The Complete Wear Foundation.

Prepare and moisturise your skin.
Your base is the first step toward flawless foundation application. Make sure you wash your face to get rid of any excess oils that may have appeared while you were sleeping before applying anything to your skin. A smoother application results from smoother skin! Exfoliate as well to ensure that there are no dead skin cells that could accumulate and give your face a textured appearance. Tone and moisturise so that your skin feels fresh and nourished. You might have removed some of your skin's natural oils after all this facial preparation, so you need to replenish them. Although the most time-consuming, this stage is unquestionably the most crucial.

Remember your SPF
It makes no difference where you reside; the sun is out and it can damage your skin. Use a primer, moisturiser, or a light facial sunscreen to protect your skin from UV radiation if you know you'll be spending the entire day outdoors and in the sun. You never want premature wrinkles from sun exposure! Maintain beautiful skin on your face every day to seem perfect even while wearing just a little bit of the complete wear foundation for a natural glow.

Do use a brush or sponge to blend your foundation.
The tools you're using may be the cause of your foundation application's shortcomings. For Moira’s Complete Wear foundation Cream using your fingers works wonderfully as well , but if you want a smoother finish, you should invest in the right tools. When blending around your face, you'll be able to apply the product precisely and waste less product! If you're using a brush, buff the product across the skin vigorously to give it an airbrushed appearance. Always use damp beauty sponges with foundation when applying makeup. Then, for a natural coverage, bounce it (don't drag) onto the skin. Keep it clean, ladies!

Never forget to give it a try.
Consider before you buy! Whoever suggested that testing foundation on your hands was a good idea is unknown to us, but it is unquestionably incorrect. Since your face is much lighter than the rest of your body, you should never swatch foundation on your hands and arms. The area on your cheeks closest to your jawline is the greatest spot to determine whether foundation matches. Take a smear of makeup and integrate it into your neck; if it seems seamless, the region is a match! The fluorescent lighting in the store during product testing may also change how the foundation appears. Make careful to test your makeup on a small area of skin, wait 15 minutes, and then apply.

Use a product that is appropriate for your skin type.
How the foundation applies to your skin might be significantly influenced by your skin type. Avoid foundations with a matte finish if you have dry skin because they will highlight dry patches and make your skin appear older. If you have oily skin, you should not only go for matte finishes but also water-based foundations. The beautiful thing about Moira Complete Wear Foundation is that it suits all skin types and is perfect for everyone.

Avoid overusing foundation.
Not permitted: cake faces! Apply foundation sparingly in order to avoid appearing too made up. One cosmetic pump can carry you a long way, you never know! The forehead, bridge of the nose, and the area around your eyes are locations where you should apply the thinnest amount of makeup. You'll also use concealer and powder for the final touches in these areas. Your cheeks, nostrils, chin, jaw, and upper lip should receive the thickest application because these are the areas where makeup is most likely to wipe off or transfer. Apply the lightest possible amount of makeup the next time you do your makeup.

Conceal and set!
The middle of your face should receive the least amount of foundation, as mentioned in the last bullet point. Because you'll be applying concealer to certain places and setting your face to lock in the foundation so it doesn't budge during the day, this is why. When you use concealer, your face seems incredibly flat. Dark areas like the bridge of your nose, beneath your eyes, and your forehead will be highlighted and brightened by using a concealer that is one shade lighter than your foundation. Use a concealer that is the same colour as your foundation to cover imperfections that are still visible through the foundation. You need to seal everything in, just like when priming your face, so pick a finishing and setting spray that will either last all day or revive your skin (dewy).

Now that you know all the dos and don’t of the Moira Complete Wear Foundation, get going and apply this amazing foundation correctly and look like the goddess you are!

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