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make up!! My make up doesn’t last all day ugh?

Author : Leanne

Submitted : 2018-02-25 01:05:52    Popularity:     

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okay so for school I wake up and wash my face and put my make up on but by the time I get home my face looks like I didn’t put anything! how can I make my make up last? Could it be the primer? because I have the HD foundation and the Urban Decay Setting s

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Use a primer suited to your skins needs and try using different foundations and techniques. Ensure you are setting the foundation in places where it tends to wear more. Then lock into place with a good setting Spray. REMEMBER, the makeup you apply is only as good as the skin underneath. Hopefully this may help.

Put on a primer. I like the smashbox pimer water. I spray it all over my face, and it works really well for my oily skin.
If you have oily skin, and your foundation does not dry down, then use a setting powder. I have oily skin, so with most of the foundations I use a bit of setting powder on my oily areas just to be sure it stays all day. Then use a setting spray.
If you get oily through the day, use a blotting sheet, then a bit of powder foundation if you need. You shouldn't really need the powder foundation if your foundation doesn't come off. If your foundation is coming off on a blotting sheet, you need a different foundation.
Try different application methods too. I usually use a real techniques sponge, they are pretty cheap at ulta. I use this to press foundation into my skin. I also use the sponge to apply powder, and a brush to wipe away excess powder.

Do you set your liquid foundation/concealer with powder? If not, I would definitely consider trying that. For me, my makeup would look like trash nearly right after application if I didn't set it down. Good luck X

Use primer and set it with powder and setting spray

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