How to Apply a Flawless Base Makeup

How to apply good base makeup

Asians have finer and thinner skin than Westerners. As long as the base is slightly thicker, fine lines will easily appear. The key to a thin base makeup is
1. Brighten the skin tone: Because the skin tone is bright and the skin texture looks good, applying primer before makeup is the first step to a perfect makeup base.
2. Make good use of concealer: Concealer can modify blemishes. Light colors can brighten, and dark colors can create shadows and enhance contours. Liquid concealers with sufficient coverage are best. When it comes to the key to successful foundation makeup, the first thing to recommend is a primer. Especially, you should choose a primer that can modify the skin tone according to your skin condition. Secondly, the texture, the light, and the translucent ones can be applied all over the face, and the ones with concealing power can be used locally.

When applying thin makeup, you need to pay attention to the following six steps

1. Choose a mousse-like base cream with a slight moisturizing effect, so that the base makeup can be thin and transparent from the bottom layer without being heavy.
2. Squeeze the decorative primer on the back of your hand and then apply it. Apply a small amount several times and spread evenly. From the center of the eyebrows to the bridge of the nose, chin, and other protruding areas, apply a thin layer of yellow to the skin color to make the face three-dimensional. Retouch from below the eyes to above the cheekbones as needed. Blue will correct dullness, pink will improve paleness, and green will fade redness or acne scars.
3. When applying foundation, using a foundation brush can control the amount of the foundation rather than using your fingers. It can be applied thinly and the makeup can be applied evenly and smoothly. On the other hand, using your fingers can easily leave traces due to excessive application. Later, you can use a sponge to spring and press it to absorb excess bottom.
4. Use a liquid concealer that is lighter than your skin tone and has fine pearlescent light. Dot a small amount under the eyes, then pat it gently with your fingers. Use the warmth of your hands to help cover up dark circles, nasolabial folds, corners of the mouth, and lips.
5. Choose pearlescent light. Apply the light-colored concealer radially between the eyebrows, under the eyes, and on the chin, press it open with your fingers, and then apply it locally to visually brighten the skin and cover up imperfections in the skin.
6. Dip a small blush brush into pearlescent light-colored powder or powder, and apply it horizontally from the side outwards to lighten the dark circles under the eyes and brighten the skin tone; apply it from the center of the nose to the outside to puff up the cheeks, and finally use a honey brush to make the cheeks bigger. Brush the entire face area to set the makeup.