Using Too Much Foundation when your older
A foundation that’s too thick will settle into fine lines and sap the luminosity from your skin. “Only use foundation where you need it to even accentuate discolouration,” says makeup artist Frances Hathaway. “You don’t have to cover every inch of your skin.” When buying a foundation, avoid those described as “matte,” “velvet,” and “long-wearing”; If you have dry skin, foundation can look patchy and accentuate discolouration, so ex-foliate two to three times a week and always apply a moisturiser after cleansing.
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