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With all the options out there it is hard enough to find your right color never mind finding a foundation type with the coverage and texture that you like. There are many different types of textures and levels of coverage out there not to mention varying price ranges. My suggestion is to determine what your priorities are when choosing. When possible feel it in your fingers and then swab it on your face. Check to see that it is not too heavy or too light. As it dries ensure you are not experiencing a chalky residue. You can also easily have an allergic reaction from foundation through bumps, breakouts and even a sinus allergy attack so be aware of this when trying new brands. A sample is always a great idea to give you a day or two to make sure your skin is accepting the product and it feels good on. If you are deathly afraid of having a reaction try it on the inside skin of your upper arm, this area is sensitive like your face and if you are allergic or sensitive you will see redness or bumps within an hour.
WHAT IS THE RIGHT LIP COLOR FOR ME?
Lipstick color is as much about personality as it is suitability. A person who would look fantastic in red lipstick might not have the courage to wear it with confidence. Many people choose the wrong lipstick shades to avert bringing too much attention from onlookers and choose a muted down version of what colors work best for them. The best way to tell if a lipstick color will work is to first prep your lips properly so you can make a fair assessment of the color. Apply a little base or concealer to the rim of your lip and then seal with powder. Use a neutral lip liner to frame your lips properly, then you will be able to see if a lipstick is truly right or wrong for you. If you love a color but it comes across harsh just simple infuse some clear or neutral lip gloss to make the texture less potent and it will become more of a stain. This method will allow you to expand your color selection without feeling like your lips are overwhelmingly strong. Challenge yourself to be experimental and if it feels off or wrong for your coloring keep exploring tones until it feels like it fits you and enhances your look.Free Face It! Membership
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