Hyperpigmentation is no joke! As a makeup artist, I come across many women asking for a full coverage foundation. They ask me to apply foundation & concealer, plus makeup powder all over the face, in order to cover their pigmentation as much as they can. But let’s be honest: too much makeup doesn’t make us feel fresh or free!
Something in these women’s eyes tells me that their hyperpigmentation makes them feel angry, sad, insecure… and basically unpretty. I know it affects them whatever their story is: pregnancy, sun pigmentation or age pigmentation.
Personally, I think that every feature of you is beautiful and makes you unique, and you don’t have to feel ashamed. I’m going to share some tips on how to wear a light fresh makeup while covering your pigmentation. The secret is the GLOW.
First the skin:
Friends, it’s not just about coverage! If you really want to see a difference, you need to start from the beginning.
Quandong Green Booster Serum: apply 3 to 4 drops and massage until it absorbs. The lactic acid will help to renew the cells and give your skin a glow.
Australian Blue Cypress Face Nectar: apply 2 to 3 drops, warming the oil as you massage it in upward motions. It will help you to illuminate the skin, plus, it is a great primer for makeup.
Now the makeup:
Apply Oat Milk Foundation with the Eco-Vegan Multipurpose Brush to have a medium to full coverage with a satin finish. You can apply concealer if you want, but I would recommend keeping it simple. If you can still see any imperfection, don’t worry and trust me: the magic will happen right now.
Now let´s glow!
Apply the Rice Powder Bronzer – Tulum on the cheeks and the pigmentation with the Eco-Vegan Blush & Bronze Brush. The satin finish will help to blend the imperfection with the bronze, in order to achieve an even skin tone.
On top, apply the Vanilla Highlighter on the highest features of your face and a little bit on the pigmentation. This will make your skin glow and look healthier.
So, don’t be afraid to shine!
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