As a woman with acne, I am always on the lookout for the best makeup for acne prone skin. There are so many options to choose from that it can be overwhelming when faced with the decision of which one to buy. I have tried them all: liquids, powders, powder compacts, cream to powder, stick, mineral, and so on. As I walked past my local Sephora store recently, I finally succumbed to the temptation to try airbrush makeup, which I had never used before.
For those who are unfamiliar with it, airbrush makeup is a system for applying makeup using a machine which sprays a fine mist of makeup onto your skin 洗面乳推介. It has been used in the modeling and professional makeup world for years to create a perfect “photo finish”, but has not been readily available for the general masses. The traditional systems can be bulky and complicated to use and keep clean. They are also fairly expensive.
Believing that the would be too complicated for me, I was very skeptical when I sat down to have the salesperson apply it to my face. She showed me how to insert the makeup pod and set the amount of coverage I wanted. I then closed my eyes as she turned on the machine. All I felt was a faint breeze and it was difficult to believe anything was on my skin when she stopped. However, when I opened my eyes and looked at my face it looked absolutely flawless! The salesperson then used the machine to apply bronzer, blush, and illuminator. The result was as good as you could get with a good photo editing software, but in real life.
The big question that remained was whether the airbrush makeup would make me breakout or would irritate the blemishes I already had. I first had to let the makeup dry completely before touching my face at all. Then I decided to dust on some of my bareMinerals Mineral Veil for some oil absorption. I found that the illuminating finish that the salesperson had applied was too shiny for my taste.
After about 10 hours of wearing the makeup, I took a look in the mirror again. The perfect finish had not changed at all. While this was impressive, the real test was when I removed the makeup and how my face looked the next morning. It was easy enough to wash everything off with my makeup remover and cleanser. There was no irritation at all. The next morning my skin looked great and, if anything, better than before.
Makeup is something which allows women to be diverse with their looks. Makeup has been created to bring out the best facial features while concealing flaws of a person. Makeup trends change every season to match new fashion trends, and this winter, there are varieties of makeup ideas to choose from.
Good news is that, Makeup Trends for Winter 2010-2011 season are pretty colorful, as compared to last-year’s winter makeup. This winter, makeup is all about creating a look of a delicate and independent woman. Perfect makeup demands to suit new trends, personality, facial features, fashion statement, occasion as well as age, so these are variety of details that need to be considered to look flawless. No one is perfect but makeup can help to put a step forward towards perfection.
Winter makeup style will give you many options from a very natural look to very colorful looks as both are going to be equally popular. Makeup can be a girl’s best friend chosen when applied in right manner. So try your best to determine which type of makeup, colors to use and how to apply them to suit you. The new winter makeup trends are created to enhance natural beauty with both cool and warm toned makeup. Inspire yourself to choose from one of the following makeup styles to look fabulous, hot and sexy.
This season a makeup style that manages to stand out for mysterious and sexy look is colored lips makeup. The most sensual, seductive and attractive part of women’s body are lips, so enhancing them helps to place accent on their sensuality. There are lots of options in lip colors, from Peach lips to minimal makeup to light purple. Dark purple lips for those who can carry them off. Burgundy red and fire red are some of the most popular lip colors for season. Find shade that matches your personality and skin tone. A flawless complexion and a minimal eye makeup are key to success for this type of makeup. Cover imperfections of skin using concealer and skin tone matching matte foundation. Apply black eyeliner lightly and coat of black colored mascara to curl your eyelashes. This look is perfect and sensual for evening outings but during day this type of makeup seems to be heavy.