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PRO TIPS FOR SUMMER MAKEUP YOU SHOULD FOLLOW IN 2020

PRO TIPS FOR SUMMER MAKEUP YOU SHOULD FOLLOW IN 2020

Our base makeup is just melting down because of the sweat and sebum from this hot stuffy weather plus masks So today we will show you the skincare routine with a matte finish, but not dehydrating and a long-lasting face makeup that will survive this weather Welcome back Wishtrenders.

It's Kasper and I'm back with beauty hackers So we did a video on glowy skin on Beauty Hackers and a lot of you guys loved it But also a lot of you guys requested a video on matte skin

There are many of you out there that live in hot humid areas that just prefer the matte makeup over easily melting glowy makeup And we understand so we prepared a long lasting makeup look for you When you look at kpop vitals their makeup lasts through all dance performances on stage while they're sweating.

FOLLOW THE STEPS AND INSTRUCTIONS


So we've prepared just that All the products that we're using today are cruelty free. So check in the description box down below for information To make the base makeup last longer you need to start with the right skincare

The tip here is to do the skip care and to choose the products with light finish When people think of matte skin they automatically think of lightweight products matte products matte matte matte everything But if you start with matte skincare, then that means your face could actually get more oily and cakey.

Today We're going to teach you guys how to make your skin hydrated fully from the inside with a matte finish on the outside So the tip here is to use products with light finishes Products with thick textures can leave unabsorbed sticky feelings on the surface of your face So if you use a lightweight product it can be easily absorbed, hydrated,

but your skin won't feel sticky Choosing a product that hydrates deeply without making your skin feel oily and cakey is the tip for matte makeup Second, reduce the amount of products that you use during your skincare So in the morning before you apply makeup do the skip care instead of piling on products on your face The full routine of toner essence eye cream ampoule cream oil might just be too much on your face And will leave your skin feeling super rich In the morning choose products for hydration, if you want to use a specialized functional product,

we recommend you use it at night Use each product imagining that you are locking the moisture inside your skin with the heat from your hand Gently dab it in Dry skin may feel like this isn't enough. So if that's the case try applying lightweight moisturizer in between the steps Also,

STEP NUMBER ONE


if you feel like the product isn't applying completely and it's still kind of on the surface of your face then use a clean sponge or a tissue paper to dab it off a bit The third tip is to use sunscreens and foundations with different textures So today we're going to use liquid foundation.

And as you guys can see the two textures are very different Watery texture can be applied thin and feel moisturizing but with lower coverage On the other hand, the thick foundation has higher coverage but applies thicker on the skin and it's less hydrating

After choosing the foundation depending on your skin type and the amount of coverage you need then choose a sunscreen with the opposite texture With the dewy foundation use a sunscreen with a matte finish And with a matte foundation go with the sunscreen with a dewy or moisturizing look Dewy foundation won't adhere well to a dewy sunscreen And also a matte foundation with a matte sunscreen will make your skin look very dry and cakey This is the end of basic skincare.

We used the dewy sunscreen on this part and use the semi matte sunscreen on the other part We will move on to the base makeup Remember two things to a makeup that will survive the hot stuffy weather and the mask: how to apply,

and how to fix the makeup So on the part with the dewy sunscreen I'm going to apply matte foundation And on the part with the matte sunscreen I'm going to apply dewy foundation So how am I going to apply foundation today?

I'm going to use this brush and the sponge We need different tools for different foundation types So using a brush like this might make it easier to get light layers of foundation and for it to adhere better But you might get brush strokes.

So some of you might find it easier to use sponges rather than brushes There are definitely pros and cons for each tool.

STEP NUMBER TWO


So follow me We will match the matte foundation with this flat brush. So don't apply foundation directly on your skin Instead get enough foundation on the brush so you could apply it on your face Flat brush bristles easily get separated.

So you might get brush strokes as you apply in different directions So a tip here is to use a mist Spray the mist a little bit on the brush to reduce brush strokes and to make it moist Now pump the foundation on the back of your hand,

one pump for the whole face I'm only applying it for the half of the face. So half a pump Like this much Okay, so we're gonna start by applying foundation on the brush i'm gonna move it back and forth so that it fills the brush thoroughly On the front and the back,

okay So as you guys can see I have it evenly applied on the front and the back of the brush Now i'm going to apply it on my face So what you want to do when you apply foundation using a flat brush like this?

Is to avoid applying too much on areas that might not want a lot of foundation so around the lips around the eyes So avoid applying a lot on areas like this and when you start applying on your face like here You want to start by getting it on the large part of the cheek?

And then move inwards You want to get the least amount on the inner parts of your face so that you don't look like you have too much foundation on, but you also don't want to get a lot on the outer parts of your face as well Because you still want to get yourself that little contour and also you don't want hair sticking to your face all day

Okay, so now we're going to try using this brush right? I'm going to first blend it out naturally And use light brush strokes.

STEP NUMBER THREE


Usually just like I did foundation on one side should be enough for one cheek Now once you feel like the foundation has worn off on the side what you can do to get rid of the brush strokes is to use it like as if you're dabbing with a sponge so Lay it down flat And just tap it Now that i've blended out the cheek parts i'm going to go in with the forehead it's the same you start from the inside outwards And with whatever you have left on the brush You can go around the eye area or around the mouth where you might need extra coverage Okay,

now we're going to go in with the nose. The nose is the area with the most amount of pores guys, right So you're going to use the brush as if you're filling in the pores So we're going to use the brush vertically and apply it like this as if you're dabbing it in And then blend it out And then repeat this process Finally with what's left on the brush go on blemishes or areas that need extra coverage so I have one right here Just tap So dewy foundations go really well with flat brushes and sponges But today we're going to use a sponge.

Pump the foundation on the back of your hand So this time i'm going to apply the foundation directly on my face And like before i'm going to start from the largest part of my cheek inwards And this way you can cover the large parts of your face first and use less product So i'm going to spread out the foundation on my cheek first And now i'm going to use a sponge to blend it out So with your sponge and when you wet your sponge

You have to squeeze out the water really hard Or else you're going to drip water and it's going to get rid of the coverage of the product and that's not good And on the other hand, you could actually use a dry sponge but what that does is give you more coverage But it dries out your skin as well If you have really dry skin like me,

STEP NUMBER FOUR


you can spritz a little bit of the mist on the sponge to make it moisturizing enough Okay, so we're gonna start dabbing the face using the sponge and we're gonna start from the large parts of our faces and then move inwards It's really easy to use sponges like this that have large flat surfaces so it's really fast And usually they have pointed ends like this to go in areas like around the eyes and around the nose and around the mouth

The same for the forehead start from the largest area and move from the outside to the inside So i'm just going to go like this for the forehead like this So try to steer away from the wanjon outside like the complete outside parts Now use the remainder of the product on the sponge to get around the eyes and the nose and the mouth Okay, so we're gonna go in with the nose I've kind of you know,

like dabbed a little bit on my nose But to actually cover the nose i'm gonna put the product on my nose directly using my fingers And gently rub it And then i'm going to use the pointy side to really get it in the pores and blend it out With a dewy foundation you're not gonna get full coverage.

AND LASTLY


You can try and layer it but it's just gonna make your foundation thicker So just keep your makeup nice and fresh and cover using a concealer We tried two different makeup methods.

You can see how they have different textures, right We hope you choose the right products and tools that fit your skin type We cannot end here So we have an extra tip for those of you who want more longevity of the product when you use a dewy foundation So

the first tip is loose powder Now when you're using loose powder try to use a fluffier brush to apply the powder So we're going to teach you guys a method to use the least amount of product as possible So pour a small amount of powder on the lid And dip the brush while holding the brush vertically and swirl it around so that it applies evenly into the bristles And tap off the excess

When you apply the powder try to apply it like this with rolling motions instead of swirling it around Like so and this will help your foundation.

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