Choosing your shade

Every female dream of having that one perfect skin with no acne or blemishes but this is reality and having that is almost impossible! Unless it’s faked! Thanks to the Invention of Foundation make up. Though you can’t walk around looking like a clown with full confidence yet having two different skin colors; your face not matching your neck or your body!

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So you have to fake it until you make it, with the guide of some simple key points you should consider when selecting the best foundation formula and your correct shade that is your your skin type, skin tone and undertone. The fundamental fact is to understand your type of skin if it is Oily, Dry or Complicated.  According to your skin type you can then select the foundation of your choice.

Dry skin

liquid and stick foundation, best suits dry skin since they both have a moisturizing consistency, hydrating powder foundation also does the trick because they are blended with ingredients that brings more coverage than regular pressed powders.

Oily skin

Powder foundations are most convenient when it comes to this skin type due to the fact that they are able to absorb oil, giving you an A-One flawless skin

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 Complicated skin

It is believed that foundations that contain salicylic acid dries up the oil-producing glands that cause pimples so if you are an acne victim or you are habituated with break outs you may as well try investing on those types of foundations.

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Upon understanding your skin type you may have to invest on figure out your perfect foundation shade to make things seem a little less complicate pick 3 best colors that appears to match your skin tone then swipe them all along your cheek/jawline to see which one melds perfectly into your skin tone. The shade that disappears is the correct shade match.   Be sure to use enough foundation so that you get a clear idea of its true color.

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