Find the Perfect Matching Foundation Makeup

 

When it comes to the cosmetics that you use, you always want to make sure that you use the best ones that go with your skin. No where is this more apparent then with foundation makeup. A perfect match and you will have flawless looking skin. If you have something that you think might possibly work, you are going to end up looking like you are wearing a mask.

 

If you want to take the guess work out of the equation, this is how you are going to have to go about doing it. The technique is simple and the results can be picture perfect.

 

Step One
 

 

Clean off the skin along your jaw line. You do not want anything to interfere with you getting a perfect match of your foundation makeup. Dirt, oil, even cosmetics can throw off your perception of how well something blends into your skin.

 

Step Two
 

 

Use a cotton swab and draw a line of the products that you are checking to see if they match. You do not want to blend it in for this step. A thick line will work best to see if the under tones work for you. You want the stripe not to look pink or yellow against your skin. When you find one that is beige or looks like second skin, then that is the item that you will take to the next step.

 

Step Three
 

 

 

Any contenders for your foundation makeup that have made it past step two are not going to be blended in along your jaw line. You are looking to find the one that easily blends to the point where you can not see the change from where you are wearing makeup to where you are not.

 

This process is easy to do in a store that has testers out for you to use. However, you can also do this with items that you buy at certain stores. You can take the foundation makeup home and test to see if it matches. If it does not, then you can return the item. This is something that many do not think about doing when it comes to their cosmetic’s shopping.

 

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